Looking to the clouds
We talk to Steve Harris, Senior VP of Products about being voted onto the JCP Executive Committee, the success of Jenkins and more.
IBM's Holly Cummins and 'Diabolical Developer' Martijn Verburg discuss ways of overcoming complexity in software development. Recorded at JAX London 2012.
It may be Black Friday, but we’ve spent the day gathering some of the most entertaining off-topic links of the week.
Rock Art and Rockets
IBM's Steve Poole talks at JAX London 2012 on why the right mix of business and open source participation in the development of Java benefits everyone.
In a guest post, Atlassian's Sarah Goff-Dupont discusses how budding startups can get the edge over their much bigger rivals with some simple steps...
The spec time forgot
JSR 107 is “90% complete” says Greg Luck, spec co-lead and creator of Ehcache - it’s only taken since 2001.
In bed(ded) with Java
Two Oracle-sponsored white papers suggest that Java has a bright future on embedded and M2M devices.
The latest version of VMware's AMQP project goes all out for WebSockets
The Holy Grail for Data?
The creator of Hadoop, Doug Cutting talks about the evolution of the project from purely an open source project to one of the most important technologies of the last 30 years.…
Honing in on the good stuff
The innovative Java EE specification that simplified web-application development is showing steady progress
Slicing into the market
The next version of popular web framework provides a wrapper Java Server Pages, although will require commercial license.
Russel Winder investigates
Java 8 will bring lambda function and closures to the Java-verse. These tools will revolutionize programming using Java, leading to shorter more declarative code. But how can…