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?
This fruit is spoilt
Widely-used Google toolkit is affected by subtle change in JDK 7u51, but Oracle says it’s “not an issue”.
Red velvet cake time
With Java 8 bringing some Scala-esque features to the JVM, we ponder over the future of the type-safe language.
GlassFish development continues, with the WebSocket component getting an update this week. But is it swimming or sinking?
Ehcache inventor decamps from Software AG Terracotta to Hazelcast: JAXenter gets the full story on his unfinished business in the space, and hopes for the year ahead.
Hitting its targets
Improvements to version 1.1 include a Dart2JS compiler that outputs JS more performant than hand-written code.
You get what you give
Having announced its sky high targets for the year ahead, IBM puts its money where its mouth is with further $1.2 billion commitment to company offerings.