Mining your information
In this tutorial, Peter Bell and Michael Hunger show you how to turn your data into gold. If you've converted over to Neo4j 2.0, you'll be happy to hear that this article has…
Established in 2004, the Eclipse Foundation has become a shining testament to what truly open-source development can achieve. Here are just a few highlights.
Get as freaky as you want
JAXenter catches up with ZeroTurnaround CEO Jevgeni Kabanov for the for the full story on the multi-app release capable update.
Sergey Sverchkov explains how you can cut through the masses of NoSQL marketing jargon and find the perfect database for your project.
Following an epic $35 million funding round, we examine the case for backing the company aiming to “bring the database to the masses”.
CAUTION: readers of this article may experience rad skill gain
Sometimes you actually do need to know how it works. GitHubber Ben Straub shows how learning Git's internals helps explain its odder qualities.
Birds of a feather
What does it take to build a successful Java Community?
Xtend is a statically typed programming language which translates to readable Java source code. JavaFX is the new shiny way to develop desktop applications in Java. JavaFX…
Where it's at
JAXenter speaks to Greg Luck about the progress of JCache, transactions in the in-memory data grid, and Hazelcast plans for the year ahead.
Harder, better, faster, stronger
According to a new study by Perforce Software, the tech space is rapidly absorbing CD as a given, with 80% of SaaS companies already putting it into practice.
JFrog spawns “world's first” high-availability binary repository manager in flagship product update, Artifactory 3.1.
There’s a growing chatter on the impending demise of PaaS as we know it - but, we might be writing the obituary a little bit prematurely.