Know your Java static analysis tools

Find all the bugs!

Know your Java static analysis tools

A helpful summary of some of the most useful Java static analysis tools around.

Gadgets up the wazoo

Darach Ennis- Streams and Things: How we can open up software development to the masses

JAX London 2013 Keynote: A programmer's perspective on the Internet of Things, reactive development, the hacker ethic, and how we can open up software development, making and…

Go grows up with with 1.2 release

Go four

Go grows up with with 1.2 release

Latest update shows that Google’s programming language is burrowing towards maturity.

Keeping limber

Dwight Merriman: Databases and Agile Development

Much has been made of scalability as a driver for choosing a database, but the choice of a database influences much more than the scaling architecture. Different database…

MQTT shines in push-based communication

When push comes to shove

MQTT shines in push-based communication

We quiz the founders of IoT and M2M solution specialists dc-square GmbH on all things MQTT.

Yeah baby!

James Governor: The upswing - How Java got its mojo back

Whether we're talking Analytics, Big Data, Cloud, NoSQL, Continuous Integration and Deployment, Mobile computing or Minecraft, Java is at the nexus of the mass convergence of…

Gotta love a lambda

Jamie Allen: What you need to know about Lambdas

In this JAX London 2013 Keynote, Jamie Allen discusses best practices for using Lambdas in Java and other JVM-based languages, and shows how we can make these constructs more…

JAXenter’s turkeys of the year (so far)

From the sublime to the ridiculous

JAXenter’s turkeys of the year (so far)

All this thankfulness getting a bit sickening? Our compendium of the 2013’s biggest Java howlers should be the perfect antidote!

Five things JAXenter is thankful for

We write the codes and scatter the programs on the land

Five things JAXenter is thankful for

On this day of turkey and pie, JAXenter takes a moment to think about the things in Java Land that make our jobs great.

Jolla’s indie mobile OS leaves port

Ahoy there

Jolla’s indie mobile OS leaves port

Finns get their hands on first 450 devices running Sailfish OS, an Android app-running port of MeeGo.

One million requests per sec? No sweat for Compute Engine, says Google

Cloud battle scales new heights

One million requests per sec? No sweat for Compute Engine, says Google

In snub to Amazon, Google demos load balancer-as-a-service scaling up to 1m in just five seconds.

Why take on a cloud broker service?

I got 84codes

Why take on a cloud broker service?

JAXenter chats with the CEO of 84codes about their recent acquisition, CloudMQTT.

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