Where it's at
JAXenter speaks to Greg Luck about the progress of JCache, transactions in the in-memory data grid, and Hazelcast plans for the year ahead.
Harder, better, faster, stronger
According to a new study by Perforce Software, the tech space is rapidly absorbing CD as a given, with 80% of SaaS companies already putting it into practice.
JFrog spawns “world's first” high-availability binary repository manager in flagship product update, Artifactory 3.1.
There’s a growing chatter on the impending demise of PaaS as we know it - but, we might be writing the obituary a little bit prematurely.
Choices are nice
Azul Systems CEO Scott Sellers explains why they think their new tool is a worthy match for Oracle offerings.
Spring Framework 4 builds the foundation for the next major generation of the Java application framework. The talk gives a practical overview about fundamental infrastructure…
This JVM language is on fire
Java may have slipped off its number one perch, but growing success of Javasphere language affirms strength of the platform.
An agile wind
Burnt out by Scrum, engineers at user management startup found enlightenment in deadline-free Japanese methodology.
NoSQL is becoming more widely used across the board - but growing importance of data is fuelling interest in graph based schema.
We beg to differ
Security columnist Roger Grimes has declared war on client-side Java, but his suggestions are far from realistic.
$ git commit -am “add new ceo”
As the social coding service passes 10 million repositories, co-founder Tom Preston-Werner moves to focus on R&D.
Is it only a matter of time before we see this alternative language crossing over into the mainstream?