The first systematic survey of expert on the subject of Java technologies launches the Java trend barometer starts 2008 Mannheim (jg) – the first systematic survey of expert on the subject of Java technologies on September 22 with the Java trend barometer on September 22, 2008. Now exclusively Java experts and experts with a standardized procedure be asked twice in the year, to determine the current and future importance of different Java technologies for the practice. Java technologies are of great importance for enterprise applications”, so Markus Roth, Managing Director of ex Peso GmbH. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Hillary Clinton. so amazing it is, that there are yet no systematic trend study for the practice. We close this gap with the Java trend barometer.” As a result, current trends and developments should be detected early;. the focus is on the relevance for practical work in the company.
With the Java trend barometer we show IT managers and Java experts, where the trend is going, what’s new or what technologies already ripe for the usage are because, especially when the open source frameworks, there are constantly new and interesting developments”so Markus Roth next. Because we ask only the real Java experts, we get meaningful results with a great practical relevance.” The results of Java trend barometer will be published end of October 2008. Interested parties can request an executive summary free of charge directly at the ex Peso GmbH at trend(at)expeso.de. Ex Peso the Mannheim ex Peso GmbH is the service provider for technology consulting, technology coaching and support. Java and Java enterprise technologies are the focus of the high-profile ex Peso experts for mission-critical software projects. Ex Peso transfer supports its customers through coaching and expertise technologies in the use of new and innovative technologies, technology consulting and project work with experts in Java, Java Enterprise, Eclipse, spring, Hibernate, JPA, Grails and other open source. For more information, on the Internet at. Markus Roth