MySQL and Java - Adoption Survey and Webinar Series

I've not had time since the CiC to track how MySQL is faring under Oracle but yesterday I noticed that the front page of MySQL.com has a spotlight on Java and MySQL, including their Webinar Series as well as links to several whitepapers and other resources.

The spotlight also mentions that Java is the most popular development language for MySQL applications; I asked for a peek at the details and Java is slightly ahead of PHP, with JavaScript and Perl farther back, followed by a bunch of others.  I don't know the details of the survey methodology, but, even adding the usual disclaimers, this is a good reminder of the synergies innate between MySQL and a lightweight OSS Java container like GlassFish.

Added - Just noticed that the front page has changed and it no longer talks about the survey. Should have pushed the spotlight yesterday...

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More MySQL + Java resources can be found here:
http://www.mysql.com/java

Regards,
Luca

Posted by Luca Olivari on May 12, 2010 at 05:44 PM PDT #

Even if the front page is now pointing at different topics, MySQL + Java users can find a collection of relevant material here: http://www.mysql.com/why-mysql/java/

Apart from webinars, there are white-papers, how-tos and many useful articles.

Luca

Posted by Luca Olivari on May 12, 2010 at 05:48 PM PDT #

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