Rise above the Cloud hype with OpenShift
Tired of requesting a new development machine for your application? Sick of setting up a new test environment? Have no fear OpenShift is here!
The rise of the non-relational database
From MongoDB to Cassandra, Github's Tim Berglund talks to Chris Mayer about what NoSQL is and what it isn't
Eagle eye on Big Data
Eclipse Strategic Developer Member and JCP member Talend yesterday unveiled the latest version of their data integration hub Open Studio, honing in on helping enterprises…
The covers come down
Just as ApacheCon gets underway, the Apache CloudStack team think the time is right to let the community have a peek at some code
Filmed in front of a live JAXconf audience
You've heard the noise... invokedynamic is changing the JVM forever. What is it? How does it affect you? Where will it take the JVM and Java developers in the future? JRuby…
Big Data just a bubble waiting to burst?
Big Data is on everyone's lips, but does it really deserve the amount of the attention it is getting? Or is it actually a big bubble waiting to burst? In this keynote address…
Chalking up another milestone
With performance on the Eclipse Foundation's agenda, what else is in store for 2013's release train Kepler?
Looking to the clouds
Mobile backlog causing you problems? Salesforce.com Senior Developer Evangelist Sandeep Bhanot offers up a handy PaaS solution
JAX London 2012
In this exclusive interview, Arun Gupta of Oracle discusses JAX-RS 2.0, WebSockets and GlassFish.
That Friday feeling
Once again, it’s very nearly the weekend - time to kick back, relax and have a read of our increasingly-off topic Friday Five.
Bring Your Own Eclipse
Four months on from the last version, the team behind JBoss Tools and Developer Studio are set to build upon their work.
Not too jarring
James Ward of Typesafe officially launches WebJars project, with new website and support for Java web frameworks.