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The GlassFish Story

01.28.2013
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You know that I like to play around with visualizations. I blogged about a nice way to visualize svn commits over time a while back. Today I finally found some time to run this little magic on the GlassFish svn. And here is the result of roughly 134 committers working on GlassFish to bring us the latest and greatest in Java EE.

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Richard Perfect replied on Mon, 2013/01/28 - 2:39pm

Way cool, and very relaxing to watch.

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