The results of the last-completed Java.net poll suggest that the developer community is not yet entirely convinced that 'the Cloud' is as revolutionary a development as some think. Still, a plurality of voters considered the Cloud to be significant.
This past week one of our aging quad-core PCs (running Debian 6) ceased sending out video signals. Since the computer is fairly old, and since at any given moment several of our computers are idle, I decided to shuffle the computers that have working video, and possibly use the old quad as a headless machine.
Most voters in the just-completed Java.net poll on Java EE 7 believe that Java EE 7 will be the most widely used version of Java EE within the next few years. A total of 354 votes were cast in the poll, which ran for three weeks.
The exact question and results were:
In the just-completed Java.net poll, most developers identified performance and scalability as being strong determinants of the success of the applications they develop. A total of 242 votes were cast in the poll. The exact question and results were: