In article <1157858826.220327.171550 / i3g2000cwc.googlegroups.com>,
 "Joseph" <jlhurtado / gmail.com> wrote:
> INTERESTING FACTS
> 
> * Not a single significant "safe" Java J2EE in the top 20.

That's the top 20 web sites that users directly visit.  It doesn't 
really give you visibility into what is running on the back end for the 
sites that are included.  Amazon, for example, uses a lot of J2EE.

Worse, it misses sites like the iTunes Music Store completely, which is 
a huge enterprise application.  iTMS is a Webobjects application, so is 
running on J2EE.

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--Tim Smith