Bigger and better
The ‘year of Big Data’ may be over, but the ride’s only just begun. Here’s why JAXenter is still excited by the buzzword in the coming year.
Jan Köhnlein on how using Xtend with JavaFX can result in astonishingly short yet powerful code.
First out of the blocks
The Apache Software Foundation didn’t wait long to grant their first release of 2013: NoSQL database Apache Cassandra gets an update
It’s not all gloom and doom you know
2013 is shaping up to be a big and exciting year in Java development. Here’s five reasons why...
Europe's most thriving tech hub?
ZeroTurnaround's Jevgeni Kabanov talks on his vision of Estonia as the European software hub and the advantages of continuous delivery.
Rounding off 2012
Trisha Gee, Java Evangelist at 10gen and Assistant Organiser of the London Java Community, on her highlights of the year and hopes for the future.
Peer into the crystal ball
Steve Harris of CloudBees, the CEO of ZeroTurnaround and, erm, Devops Borat look at the past and future of the industry.
From Jigsaw delays to the Eclipsocalypse
The second half of the year was as eventful as the first: here’s the most important and interesting events from July through to December.
Here’s to the new year
From fresh starts to Eclipse Juno
We flick back through the calendar to pick out the highlights from the development year.
Mobile and server-side resurgence
Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat Lincoln Baxter III discusses two exciting upcoming open-source projects, Errai and Rewrite.
Sticking to the script