Recorded in front of a live JAXconf audience
Thoughtworks Principal Jez Humble offers up a bitesize view into Continuous Delivery and how businesses can use it to get valuable new software to uses as quickly as possible,…
The developer of 'Mega Airport', 'Fish Story' and 'Happy Farmer' launches new service to aid other mobile game developers.
Ripe or hype?
Latest edition of ThoughtWorks’ “radar” report offers up expert opinions on readiness of emerging tech.
The Hadoop vendor are the first to really capitalise on real-time with this new open source querying project. Will it pave the way for the rest to follow?
On the campaign trail
As the JCP undergoes renovation, there’s seats to be filled in this year’s election. We talked to the runners and riders.
On the road again
Java evangelist Chin will be tearing up the highway on a journey of self-discovery, interviews and, of course, hacking.
The Colebourne Legacy
An audience with the outspoken creator of Joda-Time, ElSql and the upcoming JSR-310 spec, Stephen Colebourne.
A welcome addiiton
After troubling times, Google steps up to the plate by joining the guiding Eclipse group
Out in the cold?
The latest version of ADF Mobile allows Java to be run as part of native iOS apps, but it’s an ugly hack, not a robust solution.
Despite lofty JavaOne promises, JavaFX code unlikely to be pushed by end-of-year deadline, says platform architect.
Jumping in the deep end?
Is Scala too complicated for widespread adoption in Java teams, or is it that Devs who tinker around with things they don’t fully understand make Scala seem overly complex?
Kim Dotcom strikes again
This week's irreverent roundup of things from the world of tech and programming. Also featuring Google's mighty big financial slip and some JSON goodness