Java ME 8 and the Internet of Things

Lifting off

Java ME 8 and the Internet of Things

An overview of the platform poised to help lift the Internet of Things revolution into orbit.

JSR 308 Explained: Java Type Annotations

Put a note on it

JSR 308 Explained: Java Type Annotations

Josh Juneau presents the case for type annotations, illustrated with some examples of where they come to the fore.

How Java helped OpenWorm wriggle to life

Wiggle wiggle

How Java helped OpenWorm wriggle to life

Inside the open source Java project dedicated to creating a virtual organism inside a computer.

 Oracle scaling out to NoSQL domination?

Hold the chuckles

Oracle scaling out to NoSQL domination?

The Register claims that the San Francisco giant is about to attack enterprise market gap by establishing a NoSQL standards body. And it might not be such a crazy idea.

From smart grids to microbrews

Drink to that

From smart grids to microbrews

Internet of Things innovators V2COM use Java to connect millions of intelligent devices - here's their story.

Getting Started with the Play Framework

Fun stuff

Getting Started with the Play Framework

What makes Play so special? In the first of a two part series, find out how you can tap into the latest trends with this innovative framework.

What's new with IntelliJ's enlightened, Java 8 supporting IDE

Coffee talk

What's new with IntelliJ's enlightened, Java 8 supporting IDE

Andrey Chepstov gives us the full story behind the Java 8 compatible IDE, IntelliJ IDEA.

Lean Concurrency in Java 8

Ripe times

Lean Concurrency in Java 8

Lambdas and improved APIs in Java 8 will make writing concurrent code that little bit easier. Let's take a closer look.

JSONB and security simplification top wish list for Java EE 8

Voices of the peeps

JSONB and security simplification top wish list for Java EE 8

With final community survey results all in, Java EE 8 blueprint is slowly coming together.

Spring Boot 1.0 goes GA

Alive and kicking

Spring Boot 1.0 goes GA

"Bootstrapping" tool allows devs to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring-based applications that run right out of the box.

Did you spot these techie April Fools' gags?

LOOK WHO'S BACK!!!

Did you spot these techie April Fools' gags?

From a subversive Git to Comic Sans at CERN, a roundup of our favourite tech pranks from around the web.

No-SQL-flavored MariaDB release goes live

Seal learns new trick

No-SQL-flavored MariaDB release goes live

MariaDB 10 is now GA, complete with “Connect engine” for easy data wrangling from both traditional SQL databases and sharding functionalities.

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