Five things JAXenter is thankful for

We write the codes and scatter the programs on the land

Five things JAXenter is thankful for

On this day of turkey and pie, JAXenter takes a moment to think about the things in Java Land that make our jobs great.

Jolla’s indie mobile OS leaves port

Ahoy there

Jolla’s indie mobile OS leaves port

Finns get their hands on first 450 devices running Sailfish OS, an Android app-running port of MeeGo.

One million requests per sec? No sweat for Compute Engine, says Google

Cloud battle scales new heights

One million requests per sec? No sweat for Compute Engine, says Google

In snub to Amazon, Google demos load balancer-as-a-service scaling up to 1m in just five seconds.

Why take on a cloud broker service?

I got 84codes

Why take on a cloud broker service?

JAXenter chats with the CEO of 84codes about their recent acquisition, CloudMQTT.

Dropbox covers itself with Linux patent safety net

Under the umbrella

Dropbox covers itself with Linux patent safety net

Acquisition of cloudy licensee marks move by OIN to protect Linux mobile and virtual storage environments from hungry trolls.

Why visual tools enhance collaboration in your teams

Secret sauce

Why visual tools enhance collaboration in your teams

Collaborative skills can make or break an agile team - Jayathirtha R Rao shows us how big visual charts (BVCs) can help.

Five curious JVM languages

Oddities

Five curious JVM languages

Scala? Bor-ing. Here are five weird and wonderful projects that demonstrate the diversity of the JVM platform.

The world on time

Continuous Delivery: Yevgeni Kabanov on "FedExing" your commits

When you send a package through FedEx it goes through a tracked, automated process to ensure the package arrives promptly at the destination. The same should apply to every…

JAX Magazine: The November edition is here!

NoSQL and Neo4j and Spring - oh my!

JAX Magazine: The November edition is here!

Download your free copy and get stuck in.

Not only are epidemics graphs: Graphs are an epidemic

Going viral

Not only are epidemics graphs: Graphs are an epidemic

Turning data into knowledge: JAXenter’s takings from GraphConnect London 2013.

M2M Alliance and Eclipse: Working to fight the dark forces of fragmentation

We’re all in this together

M2M Alliance and Eclipse: Working to fight the dark forces of fragmentation

World’s largest IoT organisation joins forces with open source giant to help steer the future of the technology.

Tomcat worm puts servers under attacker’s remote control

My IRL cat needs worming, too

Tomcat worm puts servers under attacker’s remote control

Java.Tomdep reportedly turning victims into IRC-instructed zombies, but has yet to reveal its sinister agenda.

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