Wednesday Apr 27, 2011

This blog is moving to blogs.oracle.com/arungupta!

This 1200th blog entry announces that after 5 years, 8 months, 28 days and 1199 blog entries later, this blog (blogs.sun.com/arungupta) will be migrating to blogs.oracle.com/arungupta. The new location is not live yet but redirects will work once it is.

There will be no blogging activity starting April 29th, 2011 and blogs.oracle.com/arungupta will be live sometime late next week.

Starting with a first entry Hello Blogsphere! (Aug 2, 2005), this blog has talked about several topics as shown by the tag cloud:

Here are some other statistics reported by Google Analytics (since Jan 1, 2007):

Here is another interesting snapshot (starting 6/22/10) from clustrmaps:

I like how the red dots are distributed all around the world ... even way up in Greenland :-)

And this blog visited tons of cities as well ...


View Cities Visited by "Miles To Go..." in a larger map

There are still a tons of cities to visit...
Plenty of JUGs to spread the fever ...
Loads of conferences to speak ...
And miles to go before I sleep.

"Miles to go" will be back ... stay tuned!

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Sunday Feb 27, 2011

"Miles To Go" thanks GlassFish Community!

GlassFish 3.1 is just about a few hours away ... the bow has been placed!

This release is the countless hours of work put by the developers, testers, project/people management, docs, partners, and last but not the least, and the most important the active community users who gave us constant feedback. I certainly feel privileged to be with the team when we delivered the very first version of "Reference Implementation" back in 1999. And also enjoy the floor with most of the GlassFish team and the ability to have hallway/whiteboard discussions with them other than participating in the daily jokes ;-) I'm merely a spokesperson of all these brilliant folks and just blow the horn all around the world. With GlassFish 3.1 out the door, this is going to get much more exciting!

On the eve of GlassFish 3.1 launch, I thought of sharing how this blog has traveled around the world promoting Java EE and GlassFish.

This blog has visited the following cities so far ...

Amsterdam, Atlanta, Bengaluru, Beijing, Berlin, Brasilia, Budapest, Chennai, Chicago, Dallas, Delhi, Fortaleza, Hyderabad, Kansas City, Las Vegas, London, Malmo, Milan, Minneapolis, Montreal, Mountain View, New York City, Orlando, Portland, Porto Alegre, Pune, Reston, Rome, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Clara, Sao Paolo, Seattle, Singapore, Sofia, St Louis, Stockholm, Toronto, Turku, Salt Lake City, Vejle, Vitoria, Wisconsin, Zurich, ...


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Spoken at the following Java User Groups ...

  1. Berlin-Brandenburg JUG (Aug 2008)
  2. Brasilia DFJUG (Sep 2008)
  3. CEJUG, Fortaleza (2010)
  4. Dallas JUG (Nov 2008)
  5. ES JUG, Espirito Santo (Sep 2008)
  6. Javagruppen (2011)
  7. London Java Community (2010)
  8. Oakland Java SIG (Oct 2010)
  9. RS JUG, Brazil (2009)
  10. San Francisco JUG (Aug 2010, May 2009)
  11. Silicon Valley JUG (Aug 2008)
  12. SouJava, Brazil (2009)
  13. Taguatinga DFJUG (Sep 2008)
  14. Utah JUG (Jul 2008)

Spoken, Attended, Engaged with community at the following conferences

  1. acts_as_conference (Feb 2008)
  2. Ajax World (2008)
  3. Bay Area JUG Roundup (2010)
  4. Cloud Computing Expo (2010)
  5. DevIgnition (2010)
  6. DevNexus (2010)
  7. Eclipse Demo Camp (2009)
  8. EclipseCon (2009)
  9. FISL (2010, 2009)
  10. FOSS.IN (Dec 2007)
  11. Google Developer Day (May 2007)
  12. IndicThreads (2010, 2009)
  13. Java2Days (2010)
  14. Java EE / GlassFish Workshops
    1. 2 day in Budapest - Jan 2011
    2. 7 hrs at San Francsico JUG - Aug 2010
    3. 3 hrs at Dallas Tech Fest
    4. 8 hrs at Milwaukee - Mar 2009
    5. Day long at Santa Clara - Mar 2009
    6. 4 hrs at JavaMUG - Feb 2010
    7. 4 hrs at Delhi University - Dec 2007
    8. 3 hrs in Seattle/Toronto/Montreal - Nov 2007
    9. 4 hrs in Chicago - Oct 2007
    10. 4 hrs in Minneapols - Oct 2007
  15. Javagruppen (2011)
  16. Javali (2009)
  17. JavaOne (2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005)
  18. JFall (2009)
  19. JavaOne Brazil (2010)
  20. JFokus (2011)
  21. Mashup Camp (Jul 2007)
  22. Oracle User Group Leaders Summit (2011)
  23. Microsoft Web Services Interoperathon (Nov 2005, Mar 2006)
  24. MySQL Users Conference (2009)
  25. Oracle Open World (2010, 2009)
  26. Oredev (2010)
  27. Rails Conf (2009, 2007)
  28. Rails Conf Europe (2008, 2007)
  29. Rich Web Experience (2010, 2007)
  30. RightScale User Meetup (2009)
  31. Ruby Conf India (2010)
  32. Silicon Valley Code Camp (2010, 2009, 2008, 2007)
  33. Sun Tech Days
    1. Hyderabad 2010
    2. Singapore 2009
    3. Sao Paolo 2008
    4. Hyderabad 2008
    5. Beijing 2007
    6. Rome 2007
    7. Milan 2007
    8. Atlanta Jan 2007
  34. UberConf (2010)
  35. Spark IT (2010)
  36. Jazoon (2010)
  37. Dallas Tech Fest (2010)
  38. JAX London (2010)
  39. OTN Developer Day (New York City 2010)
  40. Silicon Valley Rails Meetup (2009)
  41. Super Happy Dev House 30 (Feb 2009)
  42. The Server Side Java Symposium (2008, 2007)
  43. SD West (Mar 2008)
  44. South Bay Ruby Meetup (Jan 2008)
  45. Web 2.0 Conference & Expo (Jan 2008)
  46. Vaadin Meetup (2011)
  47. WS-I Plenary (Summer 2005)

And in order to stay healthy, did outdoor running in the following cities (while attending a conference) ...

  1. Spree River, Berlin
  2. Singapore River, Singapore
  3. River Danube, Budapest
  4. Las Vegas, USA
  5. Bussum, Netherlands
  6. Rome, Italy
  7. Mercuripe beach, Fortaleza
  8. Ft Lauderdale Beach, USA
  9. Denver, USA
  10. √úetliberg, Zurich
  11. Stockholm, Sweden
  12. Porto Alegre, Brazil

And here are some statistics on page visits/views for this blog ...



Over a 1,000,000 page visits by audience from 30,658 cities cities from 215 countries/territories ...

Thank you GlassFish!

Thank you for reading the content on this blog and please keep those suggestions coming! I'm here to serve your needs :-)

There are still a tons of cities to visit...
Plenty of JUGs to spread the fever ...
Loads of conferences to speak ...
And miles to go before I sleep.

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Monday Jan 03, 2011

Happy New Year 2011!

2010 is over and 2011 is here ... wishing you a very happy & prosperous new year folks!

Here are some statistics from 2010 (missed 2009 and now lazy, similar reports from 2008 and 2007) ...

  • 126 blog entries, 523 comments
  • Blog visited 282,972 times from 13,296 cities (thanks a lot!)
  • 237,054 flight miles
  • About 1320 running miles
  • 4155 tweets
  • Crossed 2000 followers (thank you for that as well!)
  • 2 marathons (Silicon Valley Marathon 2010 and San Francisco 1/2 Marathon 2010)
  • Some of the conferences visited: JavaOne Latin America, CEJUG, DevIgnition, Rich Web Experience, Oredev, Cloud Computing Expo, OTN Developer Days, Silicon Valley Code Camp, Java2Days, JavaOne San Francsico, JAX London, London JUG, IndicThreads Cloud Computing, Java EE 6 Hands-on workshop @ San Francsico JUG, Dallas Tech Fest, UberConf, Jazoon, Tech Days Hyderabad, Ruby Conf India, Spark IT, DevNexus, EclipseCon, . . .

And now some data reported by Google Analytics for this blog ...

Here is a comparison with 2009 ...

Majority of searches are still organic ...

Firefox, IE, Chrome, and Safari are the top browsers ...

And Windows remain to be the dominant OS ...

Here is the geo spread ...

Somebody read this blog once even from Greenland :-)

And here are the top 25 blog entries ...

The decline in blogs traffic is most likely because of the increase in micro-blogging traffic as shown by twitter stats:

Do you know of any tools that allow to measure tweets/followers over a period of dates ? Google Analytics for Twitter would be nice :-)

Onward to 2011, Miles to go ...

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Friday Jan 05, 2007

Web log analyzer

I added statcounter.com web tracker to my page yesterday. A simple to setup, easy to read and a FREE service that provides real-time visitor tracking and analysis. A detailed stats report shows higher page hits right after I loaded the page in my browser. I think real-time tracking is a really cool feature. The free service is restricted to last 100 visits (log size). A bigger log size is available in the paid version.

I also added support for Google Analytics but it's not real time. There are four dashboards view: Executive, Conversion, Marketing and Content, each providing multiple customizable reports. Each report can be exported to tab-separated text, XML or CSV spreadsheet. The default analytics report (Executive dashboard) shows  four reports with total number of visits and pageviews, number of first time and returning visits, cities from which the visitors come and top referral sources. As with most of other Google services, this is free as well. Viewing the report requires a Google account which is a little weird to me.

Both of these are web log analyzers (a.k.a. web loggers) that parses a log file from a Web server, and based on the values contained in the log file, converts the data into graphical reports. There are other web analytics tools such as Web stat, Omniture Web Analytics and ClickTracks but either they are not free or the evaluation version expires after few days. I'm going to monitor the two reports (statcounter and Google Analytics) over the next few weeks and see which one provides better analysis and then remove the other one.

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