Top InfoQ News and Exclusive Content for 2008
Looking back at the year that is coming to its conclusion, we wanted to have a retrospective and find out which were the most read news and exclusive content items during 2008. We compiled a list containing top 5 news for each community and top 3 exclusive content items for each type: articles, interviews and presentations. This list considers the number of unique readers for each news/exclusive content as provided by InfoQ’s web server statistic data.
Top 5 News Per Community
- Is LINQ to SQL Truly Dead?
- ASP.NET MVC Example with Northwind and Entity Framework Published
- Java 1.5 for the .NET Platform
- 10 Tips when Upgrading to Visual Studio 2008
- IronPython for ASP.NET
- Agile and Offshore: Asking for Trouble?
- Does "Done" Mean "Shippable"?
- Does TDD Really Ensure Quality?
- Why Crunch Mode Doesn't Work
- Continuous Integration And Version Control for Databases
- James Gosling on Adobe Flash / Flex / AIR
- The multicore crises: Scala vs. Erlang
- Programming languages in future systems
- RAM is the new disk...
- Facebook Chat Architecture
- JavaOne: Cliff Click on a Scalable Non-Blocking Coding Style
- Top 10 Mistakes when building Flex Applications
- SpringSource Launches New Application Server without Java EE
- The Ioke JVM Language: The power of Lisp and Ruby with an intuitive syntax
- Top 10 Adobe Flex Misconceptions
- MagLev: Gemstone builds Ruby runtime based on Smalltalk VM
- Rails 2.0 - What's a Newbie to Do?
- The Futures of Ruby Threading
- High Performance Ruby MVC: Merb
- Ruby 1.9 adds Fibers for lightweight concurrency
- Debate: JSON vs. XML as a data interchange format
- Building Service Oriented Architectures with Java Technology
- The new WCF Web Programming Model supports REST Design
- A Fair Comparison of REST and WS-* using an Architectural Decision Framework: is the Debate Over?
- ESB-Oriented Architectures considered harmful
Top 3 Exclusive Content Items
- What's New in Spring 2.5: Part 1
- A Brief Introduction to REST
- Distributed Version Control Systems: A Not-So-Quick Guide Through
- Guy Steele on Programming Languages
- John McCarthy on Elephant 2000, Lisp, Ruby and the Computer Industry
- Kent Beck on Implementation Patterns
What does it say when 2/5 of the 'Java' topics are about Flex?
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