A team-up with PaaS specialists Engine Yard is likely to bring Ruby, PHP and node.js support to Oracle Cloud.
A new beginning
Appearing in JAX Magazine's special Juno issue back in June, Brian de Alwis discusses the genesis of Eclipse's next-generation platform.
Small scale, big plans
The on-premise version of VMware’s in-beta cloud platform Micro Cloud Foundry has this week received a huge update, bringing with it several new features.
Go go go!
The young language has seen some ups and downs, but is still going strong three years on - at least inside Google.
Polyglot, Scalable, Concurrent and more
From W-JAX 2012 in Munich, Diana Kupfer talks to SpringSource's Stuart Williams about vert.x, a framework/platform for the next generation of asynchronous, scalable,…
Creating the IDE 2.0
Appearing in JAX Magazine, Marcel Bruch introduces us to Eclipse Code Recommenders and how it's helping Eclipse
Nothing to do with beer, sadly
Social network’s engineers open source scheduling framework designed to optimise job scheduling efficiency.
Two become one
As London Java Community and CloudBees assume their role on the JCP EC, Java EE/SE and ME join forces
A tech focus on the Presidential Race
We take a glance at some of the data stories to emerge out of the race to the White House
Clicking into place
A new JBoss project aims to make life easier for mobile developers working with traditional Java EE backends.
Connecting machines with Koneki
Originally appearing in JAX Magazine, Benjamin Cabé introduces Koneki - the new Eclipse venture into M2M technology - included in the Juno release train
We talked to the man behind the latest Big Data project set to simplify the entire process of getting analytics from your data.