Shutting down the FUD
There have been rumblings around the imminent demise of MySQL for a while now - but, according to Peter Zaitsev, it’s very much alive and well.
I don't need your civil war
Why can’t there be peace between Scala haters and Scala lovers? Hartmut Schlosser weighs in with his take on the rationale behind programming language battles.
You can find me in the club
Although still RC1 status, high-profile alternative to “toy product” GlassFish receives a further boost by making Oracle’s cut for certified platform compatible…
Up, up and away!
Proposal submitted for project “Flight”, which aims to provide infrastructure for integrating dev tools across desktop, browser, and servers.
A recipe for honey
Newly installed CTO talks to JAXenter about the road ahead, the importance of elasticity, and some interesting applications of continuous integration.
Thar She Blows!
Version 0.8 comes complete with ADD caching feature, BTRFS storage driver, and official support for Mac OSX, among other updates.
Change comes as part of bid to consolidate company’s position in open source communities around the world.
Don’t get tangled
Over the past year, how Strings are represented in Java has changed. Attila Balazs outlines what’s new, and shows you how you can perfect your code for it.
Wheels keep on turning
Oracle JDK Release Manager Mathias Axelsson announces build 128 as the first release candidate build of Java 8
Mining your information
In this tutorial, Peter Bell and Michael Hunger show you how to turn your data into gold. If you've converted over to Neo4j 2.0, you'll be happy to hear that this article has…
Established in 2004, the Eclipse Foundation has become a shining testament to what truly open-source development can achieve. Here are just a few highlights.
Get as freaky as you want
JAXenter catches up with ZeroTurnaround CEO Jevgeni Kabanov for the for the full story on the multi-app release capable update.