Facebook reveal trillion edge version of Apache Giraph in Graph Search

Putting it on the map

Facebook reveal trillion edge version of Apache Giraph in Graph Search

The social network open up about their usage of the Google Pregel-imitating graph processing within their Graph Search tool.

$5,720 worth of Bitcoins stolen using Android security flaw

Oops, we left your wallets open

$5,720 worth of Bitcoins stolen using Android security flaw

Google engineers warn devs to avoid JCA after “random” number generator produces duplicates.

JBoss’s “next generation” ESB framework SwitchYard gets first major release

Full steam ahead

JBoss’s “next generation” ESB framework SwitchYard gets first major release

After three years of heavy tinkering, JBoss feel the time is right to unleash their embeddable SOA runtime project to the masses.

Java is the world’s #1 programming language (again)

Top of the podium

Java is the world’s #1 programming language (again)

Helped by a change in calculations, Java knocks C to second and reclaims No.1 spot in the popularity programming index

HuffPost plumps for Scala and MongoDB in ‘real-time’ newsroom search

From workhorse to colt

HuffPost plumps for Scala and MongoDB in ‘real-time’ newsroom search

Sick of their bloated PHP/MySQL stack, the Huffington Post developer team have migrated to a modern alternative for their editorial needs.

Microsoft to open source Hadoop-helper REEF framework

Cuddling up to the elephant

Microsoft to open source Hadoop-helper REEF framework

Just before Hadoop 2.0 and YARN hit the shelves, Microsoft reveal their piece to the enterprise puzzle - the fault-tolerant REEF framework.

OSGi Alliance opens up on specifications

Opening the doors

OSGi Alliance opens up on specifications

For more than a decade, the doors were closed on OSGi specification development to the public. Now, the OSGi Alliance are welcoming feedback from onlookers.

AppFog owners join Cloud Foundry party

The more, the merrier

AppFog owners join Cloud Foundry party

CenturyLink-owned Saavis follow IBM to newly-formed advisory board for Pivotal’s PaaS, with more on the way.

Can NuoDB make relational databases cool again?

Best of both worlds?

Can NuoDB make relational databases cool again?

The high performance distributed NewSQL database has notched up its second big release since January. Will its new migration tool take a dent out of Oracle?

Android open source maintainer quits over “sabotage”

Droid drama

Android open source maintainer quits over “sabotage”

Jean-Baptiste Quéru leaves position at Google after conflict over release of factory images for Nexus 7.

One To Watch: Apache Samza, the continuous computation stream processing system

Pushed downstream by LinkedIn

One To Watch: Apache Samza, the continuous computation stream processing system

There’s a new project in the Apache Incubator, as LinkedIn pushes their stream processing framework to the open source foundation.

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Beautiful REST and JSON APIs

The design behind an equally clean and intuitive REST + JSON API is no easy feat. For one, you've got to worry about resources, collections of resources, pagination, query…

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