The polyglot asynchronous framework looks set to take up residence at Eclipse, following intense community discussion.
As snow descends upon JAXenter’s London offices, it’s time to kick back and read the friday five before we get snowed in.
Handy SVN tips
It‘s still the most popular software version control for a reason. Former JAX Magazine editor Jessica Thornsby guides through the common pitfalls when picking up Subversion.…
Last but not least
Alex Collins on why use of the ‘final’ keyword is useful for reducing state mutation, albeit with caveats.
The people speak
Big changes are coming to JAXenter, and we want to make sure our readers lead the way.
Make or break time?
A tentative roadmap for the enterprise Java framework has been released, but is it enough to stay relevant?
A questionable choice?
Support for old versions of Internet Explorer to be dropped as version 2.0 moves towards slimmer codebase.
Hadoop's supporting cast
The latest Hortonworks Data Platform brings an important Hadoop management tool for novices. Could it give them the edge over other Hadoop vendors?
Signed, sealed, delivered
Creators of binary management tool Artifactory unveil new online binary database incorporating GitHub’s social aspects.
Originally appearing in JAX Magazine, agile guru Roman Pichler introduces us to a new tool primed to help your agile team deliver a modernised product.
Bringing performance to the real Cloud
Continuing our new series, we chat to jClarity's CEO Ben Evans about their nine month-old startup devoted to helping Java technologists get the performance tools they deserve.…
I love it when you Flex like that
After 14 months incubation, the Flash-based framework emerges from incubation at Apache. But has the world moved on?