JCP for you and me
Gil Tene explains why he’d like to see wider participation in putting together final Java builds, and why we‘re going to see some overuse of certain Java 8 features.
With concerns over security of the platform lingering, Microsoft report urges Java users to put updating to Java 8 at the forefront of their agenda.
Prompted by JUnit GitHub issue #706, Lukas Eder ponders a new method proposal.
Like peanut butter and jelly
Dr. Philip Wenig on the power of community convergence, and why open source and science make the perfect pairing.
A+ for effort
Oracle alternative Java solutions provider announces updates to flagship open source JVM and OpenJDK Zing and Zulu.
First big major point RHEL update in three and a half years looks to the future with a tight grip on Docker and laser focus on modern enterprise.
Making a splash
Open source superstar Docker 1.0 is now GA, complete with stable production-ready, backward compatible and feature-complete software.
Proving that open source can indeed bring in the goods, Apache Lucene grounded data engine has now racked up a total of $100m over past 18 months.
A small computer for little fingers with big aspirations.
Assert like a boss
Get the most out of Red Hat's BRMS & BPM Suite, with the help of Eric Schabell & Edson Tirelli.
Java derivative language creator sees Groovy as the Swift-alike for Android programmers - and after all, the two have a lot in common.
With Java 8, API design is definitely more interesting, but also more complex, with additional functional aspects to consider. Here are some things to ponder.