Recorded in front of a live JAXconf audience
In this JAXconf session, Ted Neward presents a handy guide for Java developers thinking of picking up the object-oriented and functional language Scala. In this presentation,…
Coming soon to a galaxy near you
Latest release is “almost” feature-complete, bringing improvements to both the language and IDE.
JAX London Session
In this JAX London session, Waratek CTO John Matthew Holt explains how Waratek Cloud VM for Java transforms the JVM with key Cloud characteristics including genuine…
The results are in
London Java Community are re-elected, while PaaS provider CloudBees picks up the second open seat.
In case you’re getting nostalgic already for JAX London 2012, we’ve got a host of recorded sessions and interviews on the way.
Unblocking that MapReduce pipeline
Not a breakfast cereal, but yet another big data solving project straight out of the ASF.
FX and the City
On the first stop of his European road tour, Chin dropped by the London Java Community to show off JavaFX running on a Raspberry Pi.
Mike Milinkovich congratulates the Orion team as they put the seal of approval on the first dot release.
The State of Big Data
The first in a series of short vox-pop interviews with some of the speakers from this year's JAX London conference. First up, Chris Mayer had the pleasure of talking to Hadoop…
Overdue or consolidation for Java 7
The PaaS finally catches up with the pack, as Google introduce Java 7 language features to their cloud platform.
No sacrifices necessary
“Data Science-as-a-Service” company offer their speedy custom database technology to the world.
This is a journey through sound
Our weekly take on the week's lighter news - featuring the mourning of Ceefax