One more can’t hurt
San Francisco software giant throws new offering into packed market of 'transformative' data-to-gold solutions.
A less buggy version of the 100% Java-fied database is now ready for download, but watch out for pesky asynchronous writes.
Java overlords issue 113 critical patches for Oracle Fusion Middleware, Java SE, MySQL Server, Hyperion products and Oracle database and E-Business Suite.
Oops you did it again
Forgetting to use PreparedStatements? Messing up JOIN? NULL confusion? You're not alone. Here are ten more frequent SQL howlers committed by Java devs.
Built around the Java 8 compatible version of the IDE, the new Spring Tools are swept of bugs and fine tuned with a host of new features.
Don’t get brave
Oracle spokesman rounds on claims that Java is dead on the retro OS, emphasising that future security patches for J-7 will still be viable.
It's a love thing
More and more groups are pledging their love to Docker, from New Relic to Google. But does anyone love it as much as the JBoss crew?
Microcomputer team announce the launch of Raspberry Pi Model B+, with more USB hubs, sensors, and enhanced connectivity.
Mo' data, mo' costs
What's the key to creating a successful database? And what's standing in your way from achieving it? Cory Isaacson lays it out for us.
Heads up Tweeps
Kicking off at 5pm GMT, Steve will be taking control of our Twitter. Read on for a taste of what's in store from the C2B2 middleware expert.
The dev teams behind free messaging broker HornetQ and ActiveMQ appear to be considering closer collaboration.
Whilst we can offer a pretty hefty wedge of Java goodness, the vast and bottomless depths of the internet hold plenty more besides. Lukas Eder cuts the wheat from the chaff.