... Sparklines on Jersey, Servlet 3.0, Profiling GFv2, Survey Methodologies, and Barça in Miami

A compilation of today's news of interest:

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From Jersey in honor of the recent Jersey 1.0 Release: Paul writes about a new rev of the set of Jersey Samples (browse) that includes some implementation of Sparklines (and, as a Tufte fan... thanks!). And, Marc has been quoted in SD Times about JAX-RS and SOAP; read what he actually says, ignore the title "Sun moving away from SOAP"; we do both SOAP and REST.

Servlet 3.0 is getting closer to a Public Draft (with the rest of JavaEE 6), and Deepa has published a Intro to Servlet 3.0 at Java.Net. Some of the details apply to the old draft, so be sure to check Rajiv's comments.

Performance is always a hot topic, so check this note from one of our performance top guys, Binu John, on Profiling GFv2 with Sun Studio.

Rich's Comment on an EDC Report on AppServer Rankings started a fairly active TSS thread. As I wrote in my Comment at Savio's blog, the report is really a "User Satisfaction Survey", and, without more data, it is hard to interpret beyond that. BTW, if you download the report, consider agreeing to taking the survey and add your voice to their sample set.

And now, for the topic most of the world cares the most: Futbol, Barça has announced that they want to start a club in Miami. Check Marca, NYTimes or, Straight from the Source.

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