With launch of jSleep, Java virtualization company claims big cost reductions for large enterprise.
Go on, make my day
Can the ubiquitous compiling tool’s first release in three years make up for the widely-panned Make 3.82?
All about the API
As the OpenStack community vociferously debate whether to embrace the AWS API, we speak to the ex-MySQL CEO about his cloud infrastructure company which does just that.
The oncoming storm
New initiatives attempt to woo volume big spenders to Azure, and Windows Server hybridizes with cloud platform.
Neale Swinnerton guides us through sequences, lazy evaluation and higher order functions, without going around in circles. Or maybe we will?
We talk to Shay Banon, creator and co-founder of the distributed RESTful search engine.
Who you gonna sue?
Notorious patent wars instigator Intellectual Ventures is seeking $3 billion from investors - does this mark the end of the era of the patent troll?
Shiny new tools
JAXenter meets Niklas Therning, founder of RoboVM, an open source project which allows Java developers to easily port their Android apps to iOS.
To me, to you
Hot on the heels of the announcement of new company Tomitribe, we catch up with TomEE creator David Blevins.
Analyst predicts doom and gloom amidst battle of the cloud vendor titans.
How big is your data?
NoSQL sceptics have field day after MongoDB posts – and later amends – guide to scaling up to 100GB.
Energizing the elephant
New version promises enhanced speed and flexibility for Hadoop adherents.