Best Of / Most Popular Entries (>10k views) In This Blog
- January: Domain Driven Design, EJB 3, JPA, Glassfish v2, JSF (Model View Presenter), Data Binding, Java DB ...or sports for Java Hackers [13203 views]
- February: Nice, but hidden, CRUD wizard in Netbeans 6.0 [17038 views]
- March: Eclipse 3.3 or NetBeans 6.0 - with surprising result [44679 views]
- April: High Level thinking about the introduction of closures in Java [12728 views]
- May: java.net@JavaONE: Which Programming Language J. Gosling would use now, except Java? [40156 views]
- June: First Indicators of Overengineering in Your Project [20027 views]
- July: First Week With Netbeans 6.5M1 - Some Smoke - But Interesting Directions [32204 views]
- 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]
- 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]
- 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]
- November: Eclipse RCP vs. Netbeans RCP - and what really counts [20086 views]
- 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:
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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!
Posted by Adam Bien on January 04, 2009 at 12:37 PM CET #
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 !
Posted by Thomas W. on January 04, 2009 at 03:23 PM CET #
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 :-),
Posted by Adam Bien on January 05, 2009 at 09:10 AM CET #