Time for tea?
Red Hat’s new JVM language Ceylon is fully brewed and ready to pour. We speak to creator Gavin King about the path to 1.0.
Fighting the good fight
Hazelcast's Miko Matsumura chats about the In-Memory Data Grid and his W-JAX-Keynote: "Epic Win: How Developers will win the Eternal Battle with IT Operations." Filmed at…
Fly my pretties!
Google unleashes the language it hopes will conquer the web app building world.
Accentuating the importance
Accenture's Emmanuel Schmitt and Raluca Khessin cut through the buzzwords to explain how agility can be achieved through API management. Filmed at W-JAX in Munich.
JAXenter talks MQTT with Pivotal's Andy Piper, and finds out the latest from the Cloud Foundry. Filmed at JAX London 2013.
Bringing everyone down
Study reveals that almost one third of IT organisations racking up huge volumes of downtime due to daily issues.
Stefan Armbruster from Neo Technology waxes lyrical about Neo4j and the rise of graph technologies. Filmed at W-JAX in Munich.
The Chosen One?
With the launch of enterprise oriented Pivotal One, company promises that everyone can now develop like an internet titan.
Never enough immutable things
In this interview, Neal Ford (ThoughtWorks) explores why learning functional programming paradigms is now so critical for developers. He also outlines why functional thinking,…
Create HTML5 front-end directly within your Java EE 7 application with NetBeans IDE 7.4 - shortening the development cycle from 10 minutes to about 5.
What the Fox say?
We spoke to the creator of asynchronous polyglot JVM platform Vert.x about what Vert.x offers Java developers, and more.
Bruno Sá speaks at JAX London
Bruno Sá, Solutions Architect at SoundCloud, sits down with JAXenter.com to discuss SoundCloud's architecture and coping with massive volumes of data. (rather appropriately,…