The world on time
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…
NoSQL and Neo4j and Spring - oh my!
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Turning data into knowledge: JAXenter’s takings from GraphConnect London 2013.
We’re all in this together
World’s largest IoT organisation joins forces with open source giant to help steer the future of the technology.
My IRL cat needs worming, too
Java.Tomdep reportedly turning victims into IRC-instructed zombies, but has yet to reveal its sinister agenda.
Takipi sifts through 30,000 GitHub Projects to find out how much each one is being used.
We have unfinished business, I and he
What’s the story between the ASF’s objection to the Java Community Process and Java’s Tech Compatibility Kits?
Ice cream all around
As sales of the tiny computer top two million, we take a look at some of our favourite Pi powered projects to date.
Catch Jeff Sussna's keynote from W-JAX. Filmed at W-JAX in Munich.
We are witnessing dramatic changes in business in general and IT in particular. Cloud computing, social…
Travel through time with Git
Of all the things git can do, perhaps one of the most feared is the ability to rewrite history - Ben Straub explains how.
JFrog CTO Yoav Landman gives his views on software modules, Maven, and the present and future of the Repository Manager Artifactory. Filmed at W-JAX in Munich.
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.