What's swinging on the JVM

A one to one with the Groovy Project Manager

Guillaume Laforge talks about his favourite projects in the Groovy ecosystem, and the growth of the language in the last year. Filmed backstage at JAX London 2013.

Red is the new red

Arun Gupta on his move to Red Hat

From JAX London 2013 - Arun Gupta (formerly of Oracle) discusses his new job and the launch of Java EE 7.

 Java hasn't lost its mojo

The Eggheads vs The Romantics

Java hasn't lost its mojo

"What is the future of Java?" is a question that frequently riles up the blogosphere. Abdelmoniam Remani gives us his two cents.

"I crashed the New Zealand stock exchange": 13 terrifyingly true developer horror stories

Scaring you silly

"I crashed the New Zealand stock exchange": 13 terrifyingly true developer horror stories

Pull up a chair and gaze into the glow of the warm monitor, as JAXenter shares with you our favourite Halloween chillers.

London Java Community secures two more years on Java steering committee

Feeling the power

London Java Community secures two more years on Java steering committee

Twitter and ARM also installed onto board helping to shape the future of the platform.

"We have a responsibility to make IoT accessible" : What we learnt at JAX London day two

In sync

"We have a responsibility to make IoT accessible" : What we learnt at JAX London day two

JAX London day two: Cutting through the Java 8 lambda hype, taking on Cassandra, and making the IoT take flight.

Treasure Data: Breaking down the Hadoop barrier

There be gold in that there startup!

Treasure Data: Breaking down the Hadoop barrier

JAXenter talks to a startup with big plans for the lifecycle of Big Data.

"Has Java peaked? " : What we learnt at JAX London day one

JAX has landed

"Has Java peaked? " : What we learnt at JAX London day one

JAX London day one: Dealing with Java's mid-life crisis, big questions on Big Data, and some seriously cool Raspberry Pi implementations.

Making sense of the graph revolution

Graphs are everywhere

Making sense of the graph revolution

Objectivity’s Nick Quinn shows us just how popular graph databases have become, as well as showing us the ins and outs.

 Prolific Git developer makes ‘friendly’ fork

Frenemies

Prolific Git developer makes ‘friendly’ fork

With the launch of Git-fc, a Ruby supporting offshoot, one developer hopes to make his voice heard.

Sketch appeal: Using HTML5 Canvas

Get crafty

Sketch appeal: Using HTML5 Canvas

In this tutorial, Frédéric Harper gives us a comprehensive HTML5 Canvas workout

AWS breaks billion-dollar barrier, crushes competition

Making four times more than Azure

AWS breaks billion-dollar barrier, crushes competition

Amazon Q3 results reveal record sales for cloud service, while Microsoft and Co. eat dust.

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