Six feet under
As Oracle ends public support for Java SE 6, we reflect on the legacy of the only version to bridge the Sun-Oracle eras.
Sting in the tail?
With their competition placing faith in new solutions, the Yahoo spinoff opt to renovate and improve Hadoop veteran Hive.
Priming the engine
Latest release of asynchronous server brings support for persistent connection protocol.
The best in Java tech
The third annual JAXconf is set to be the biggest yet, with talks from the likes of Stephen Chin, David Blevins and Carl Quinn.
It Just OpsWorks
Amazon have added an application management service over the top of AWS. Should PaaS providers be worried?
Following debate over TCKs in the JPA 2.1 Expert Group, we talked to Oliver Gierke about the situation in JSRs and what needs to be done about it.
Appearing in November's JAX Magazine, Carl Dea clocks some hours with Java’s rich client technology, JavaFX.
Charting new territories
This week’s pick is a Malaysian web service for creating infographics and a graduate of the Chinaccelerator program.
Latest addition to AWS family officially launches with hourly pricing and promises of high performance.
We’re saps at heart, really
This week: iOS 6.1 blunders, singing in space and goats that sound like humans. And definitely nothing to do with Valentine’s Day.
Endpoints for all
The cloud platform has finally provided Java 7 runtime support
The extra pattern
Typesafe's Jamie Allen explains how useful anonymous actors are to capture context while processing asynchronous tasks