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
Apocalypse now, presents later
While you wait for the Earth to collide with Nibiru, why not have a peruse of what might be the final Friday Five of all time?
Git deadline looms
Fifth horseman Wayne Beaton explains why the Eclipse Foundation’s CVS repositories are going read-only tomorrow.
Lightweight chips get heavyweight language
You can now get some Java (and, if you feel like it, JavaFX) in your Raspberry Pi with the JDK 8 Developer Preview for ARM.
What the hell is 'Tail-call recursion?'
Martijn Verburg, Richard Warburton and James Gough present a humorous look at the wide range of incomprehensible terminology in the tech industry today.
Adopt-a-JSR gets adopted
With the 2013 deadline looming, the Java EE 7 team are asking for last-minute feedback on many of its key new features.