Bringing stuff to life
Whether it's the building you live in, your car, your grandmother's pacemaker, or your toaster, by 2020 it's predicted that there will be tens of billions of connected…
Place your bet
Some analysts are predicting a market breakthrough for JavaFX this year. Our expert Java pundits weigh in with their opinions.
Gonna make some mad cheddar, yo
Java was the biggest buzzword for recruiters last year - with other legacy languages not far behind. But what made it so relevant in 2013?
Giving it some front
Modularization of a web application can be tricky when working with JSP templates. Christian Robert helps make the process less painful.
I’ll be there for you
Community Linux distribution leaders hail a “new era” as corporate giant pours resources into project.
Version 1.0, which promises to fifty times faster than competitor NewRelic, as well as a potential IoT asset, now available for download.
Relatively stable year makes Transact-SQL TIOBE programming language award winner.
The best of both worlds
Google’s OS makes appearances on TVs, cameras and cars – and hybridizes with Windows 8 desktops.
Analysts place their bets
In the wake of NSA revelations, are on-premise datacenters about to become fashionable once again?
You got served
Oracle security woes alive and well in 2014, with potentially thousands infected by Java malware-spreading hack.
March of the penguin
Linux proponent predicts “banner year” for open source operating system - here’s our two cents.
Wil Moore III explores the best options for packaging and sharing reusable web components.