Best Of / Most Popular Entries (>10k views) In This Blog

  1. January: Domain Driven Design, EJB 3, JPA, Glassfish v2, JSF (Model View Presenter), Data Binding, Java DB ...or sports for Java Hackers [13203 views]
  2. February: Nice, but hidden, CRUD wizard in Netbeans 6.0 [17038 views]
  3. March: Eclipse 3.3 or NetBeans 6.0 - with surprising result [44679 views]
  4. April: High Level thinking about the introduction of closures in Java [12728 views]
  5. May: java.net@JavaONE: Which Programming Language J. Gosling would use now, except Java? [40156 views]
  6. June: First Indicators of Overengineering in Your Project [20027 views]
  7. July: First Week With Netbeans 6.5M1 - Some Smoke - But Interesting Directions [32204 views]
  8. August: First Week With Netbeans 6.5M1 - Some Smoke - But Interesting Directions [13744 views] and Useful Explanation: "iBATIS, Hibernate, and JPA: Which is right for you?", Strange Conclusion [12725 views]
  9. September: New UMLKit Available For Netbeans 6.5 - First Tests - Reverse Engineering Of EJB 3 Rocks [17808 views] and EJB 3.X ...the Consultants Killer [15303 views]
  10. October: Productive Java EE 6 - Rethinking Best Practices, Planned For San Jose, Takes Place in Krakow (JDD) ...and Netbeans Days, or Poland the "Java Land"? [4342 views]
  11. November: Eclipse RCP vs. Netbeans RCP - and what really counts [20086 views]
  12. December: Top Eight, Non Java, Netbeans 6.5 Features [31852 views]

So the winner seems to be:  Eclipse 3.3 or NetBeans 6.0 - with surprising result [44679 views]

The views above are monthly results - not overall views. The actual number should be much higher. RSS-Feed results are even not included in this statistic. What suprised me is the high number of visits a day. The daily average ranged from 3k - 4.5k.  Thanks to all readers / subscriber and especially for constructive comments! Feedback is highly appreciated.

Some overall stats:

Summary by Month
Month Daily Avg Monthly Totals
Hits Files Pages Visits Hosts KBytes Visits Pages Files Hits
Dec 2008 19955 17350 11225 4570 32264 15695635 141681 347996 537880 618631
Nov 2008 15402 12319 9027 3349 19468 13240661 100479 270832 369593 462074
Oct 2008 14753 11585 9620 3287 16059 14005297 101909 298234 359157 457344
Sep 2008 17825 14265 10173 3573 19249 15068533 107211 305198 427963 534777
Aug 2008 17280 13630 9521 3590 20059 14621088 111317 295165 422560 535694
Jul 2008 19936 15732 10770 3906 23417 15021836 121093 333888 487707 618040
Jun 2008 19545 15536 11399 3838 22382 13927917 115157 341970 466104 586360
May 2008 20966 16934 11208 4154 26671 16597906 128804 347458 524962 649954
Apr 2008 21220 16665 10834 4130 27886 19052403 123913 325020 499973 636600
Mar 2008 18901 13811 10210 3385 24515 13900018 104956 316533 428155 585932
Feb 2008 17751 12187 10756 3240 22073 12407522 93975 311945 353444 514799
The drop of traffic in October and November was caused by my Roller / Glassfish experiments, some offline-hours and many broken links :-).


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Comments:

Lol, my blog total hits are far lesser than your December's topmost article ;)

Congrats for so much popularity, I am glad to have got you as a special guest in August, 2008!

Happy New Year :)

Posted by N, Varun on January 04, 2009 at 12:34 PM CET #

Hi N Varun,

I need this traffic for my experiments with GF and Java EE :-).

Thank you very much for the nice comment and Happy New Year!

regards,

adam

Posted by Adam Bien on January 04, 2009 at 12:37 PM CET #

Dear Adam,

I am reading your Weblog with my RSS-Reader (RSSOwl;of course Eclipse-based).

I hope you will continue with interesting posts

Good luck and health for the new year !

Regards,

Thomas W.

Posted by Thomas W. on January 04, 2009 at 03:23 PM CET #

Thomas,

Happy New Year and lot fun with Eclipse :-)

If you are reading my posts with a RSS-reader you didn't contributed to the statistics :-),

regards,

adam

Posted by Adam Bien on January 05, 2009 at 09:10 AM CET #

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