Rod Johnson: “I just find the whole startup experience way more satisfying”

Renaissance man

Rod Johnson: “I just find the whole startup experience way more satisfying”

The Spring Framework creator speaks to JAXenter about his startup portfolio, VMware frustrations and rediscovering his love of piano.

Atmosphere Framework 2.0 drops today

Stratospheric news

Atmosphere Framework 2.0 drops today

Update of cross-framework and cross-browser asynchronous framework for real time applications on the JVM now available, with support for the Play Framework and Vert.x.

Spring creator Rod Johnson joins Hazelcast board

Yet another catch

Spring creator Rod Johnson joins Hazelcast board

Australian entrepreneur adds in-memory data grid company to growing portfolio of startups.

Apache Foundation brings big data processor Storm into the fold

Storm gathered

Apache Foundation brings big data processor Storm into the fold

Real time data processing tool joins Hadoop and Zookeeper in the Apache nest.

ZFS disciples form one true open source database

Come together, right now

ZFS disciples form one true open source database

A group of companies and ZFS users have come together to form OpenZFS, billed as a “truly open source” version of the file system.

Get graphic with the latest issue of JAX Magazine

Read all about it

Get graphic with the latest issue of JAX Magazine

Available as a PDF, the September issue of our free JAX Magazine is now ready to download!

Getting to grips with Red Hat's  vision for the cloud

No backdoors here

Getting to grips with Red Hat's vision for the cloud

Red Hat’s Bryan Che talks open hybrid operability, his company’s vision for the cloud, and why you won’t find NSA fingerprints on their software.

Apache Camel tunes its core with new release

Hump day

Apache Camel tunes its core with new release

A souped-up version of the open-source integration framework is available for download now, complete with seventeen new components.

Battling factions of M2M market emerge at industry meet

A smorgasbord of opinions

Battling factions of M2M market emerge at industry meet

This year’s M2M Summit, which took place earlier this month, demonstrates the problems within the developing IoT sector.

Google reveals new source code hoarding app

Backup there

Google reveals new source code hoarding app

Google launches a new source code backup tool for developers - dubbed Hesokuri- which provides automatic, synced backups of Git repositories.

Dell free to go back to startup roots

Nuts to Wall Street

Dell free to go back to startup roots

Michael Dell has won the right to buy back his company, giving the struggling firm the freedom to go back to its entrepreneurial roots.

Google ditches Oracle for MySQL fork  MariaDB

Oh Maria

Google ditches Oracle for MySQL fork MariaDB

Google engineer lets slip that the company will be migrating from ‘neutered’ MySQL to the more free MariaDB.

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