Powder keg friendly
Following a high profile endorsement from Cloudera earlier this month, Hadoop oriented hatchling and MapReduce contender is judged mature enough to take next big steps.
Cluing for leaks
Plumbr uncovers some useful take-homes as it uses detective skills to solve mysterious burst of user/product friction.
Getting firmly embedded
Oracle tightens the focus on meeting the burgeoning demands of the Internet of Things with new release.
Roll up, roll up
Complete with GitHub, Apache Twill... Java worms...and more. All free, and ready to download today.
Coolest hacksters on the block
Apache Lucene based open source search engine ships with new aggregation and analytics tools, federated analytics, and new backup and restore capabilities.
'Presenting for Geeks' author Dirk Haun shares three things to remember when preparing your next talk (spoiler: it's not about imagining your audience in their underwear).
Big talk bigger data
NoSQL CEO Bob Wiederhold outlines his plans for world domination - one enterprise at a time.
Nom for the con
Your chance to nominate the people you believe are creating a buzz in the Javasphere or making waves and leading the way in open tech innovation.
Even fresher numbers to crunch
“Probably the biggest” trove of mathematical and statistical algorithms available for developers undergoes its second Java-flavoured revamp.
Soaring like crazy?
The final version of WildFly 8 has officially dropped - Bernhard Löwenstein analyses all the key features and explains what's new.
Following a “mind-boggling” debugging marathon, Apache Software Foundation declares GitHub infrastructure integration better than ever, with some cool new features.
Leery of potential licensing issues and platform fragmentation, Mark Reinhold recommends dropping feature, but will push for its return in Java 9.