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.
Along with the big, and belated, number eight dropping, there are some good reasons to be hopeful about the platform in the next 12 months.
Comfort in sound
SoundCloud has the ability to access and analyze all its huge volumes of user data, generated by 200 million people per month. This ability means that the company can get…
Lambdas in the house
With the proliferation of data sources and growing user bases, the amount of data generated requires new ways for storage and processing. Hadoop opened new possibilities, yet…
Days of Future Past
We’ve rounded up some pretty canny people from the sector to forecast their expectations for Java in 2014 and resolutions, for the months ahead, as well as personal highs…
A shoe for every foot
The need to operate terabyte-size databases becomes very common these days. Unless you have implemented architectures that use NoSQL databases and frameworks that support…
That was the year that was
Is the past year best forgotten for Oracle? We take a look at the highs and lows of the Javasphere over the past 12 months.