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It is worth taking a brief moment to look at this. To put these numbers in some perspective, this is the first major survey that does not show an overall decline in Java EE adoption and in fact seems to indicate a mild recovery (about 4-5% compared to previous renditions of the survey). In addition, it shows fairly strong adoption of Java EE 8. Not anything to be ecstatic about but certainly not as worrisome as some of these surveys have been in recent years.

We obviously all still have a lot of hard work ahead of us. Hopefully tangible progress in Jakarta EE can dramatically improve these numbers in the coming years (that is not as hard as it seems. I believe people fill out these surveys based on how they feel rather than necessarily what they actually use). Perhaps it is motivating to know it is not all an uphill battle all the way.

This is obviously just one survey and interpreting all of this in the context of some years is an art, not a science. For a data centric guy like me though, this does say volumes as to where we are and where we could go.

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Subject: [jugs] JVM Ecosystem Report 2018: Results from the largest ever JVM/Java survey!
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2018 12:56:40 +0100
From: Simon Maple <sjmaple@xxxxxxxxx>
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We’re really excited to share the news that Snyk and the Java Magazine have jointly published the JVM Ecosystem Report 2018. Thank you so much for being one of the 10,565 people who took the time to fill out the survey -- it is by far the biggest JVM survey that has ever taken place! As a way to say thank you, Snyk and the Java Magazine are donating $2,000 to Devoxx4Kids, an organisation that teaches children about technology and computing.

We’ve put the report up on the Snyk blog, so check it out now!

Please share with your user groups and communities - let's help spread the word! :D

Be sure to read it from cover to cover if you have time -- here are some of the key findings to give you a taster of what’s in the full report.


We hope you enjoy the results - please share it with your friends and colleagues on all your social accounts!

Simon Maple (Snyk) & Andrew Binstock (Java Magazine)

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