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Java EE/GlassFish is Tops (on SlideShare :-))!

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It seems Java EE/GlassFish is topping charts - well, at least on SlideShare anyway :-). As many of you know, our team has quite a bit of content published on the popular SlideShare site, including on the official GlassFish account and my personal account. An extremely large amount of folks use that content - I didn't realize just how large until today. The GlassFish account is among the top 5% of all content viewed on SlideShare, while my personal account is in the top 1%.

Below is a list of the top ten content we have on these accounts:

  1. What’s New in Java Message Service 2 - 22,889 views.
  2. Building Java HTML5/WebSocket Applications with JSR 356 - 22,036 views.
  3. Fifty Features of Java EE 7 in 50 Minutes - 19,994 views.
  4. JavaEE.Next(): Java EE 7, 8, and Beyond - 19,857 views.
  5. JSON-P - 15,747 views.
  6. Using NoSQL with JPA, EclipseLink and Java EE - 14,429 views.
  7. JAX-RS 2: New and Noteworthy in the RESTful Web Services API - 13,881 views.
  8. Java EE Concurrency Utilities - 9,549 views.
  9. Java Batch - 9,251 views.
  10. Applied Domain-Driven Design Blue Prints for Java EE - 7,507 views.

This of course is in addition to the many folks that interact with us at conferences, Java user groups, on Twitter, on this humble community blog, on JavaLobby/DZone and so on. I want to thank you for listening to us and look forward to continue to generate newer content that's useful to you. I also want to assure you that it is a privilege and I know the team is always eager to hear from you as to what can be done to keep the Java EE and GlassFish communities moving forward.

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