8 out of 10 newbie devs are now getting their first taste of programming at uni with the multi-paradigm lingo.
Here we go again
While Java struggles frantically to restore its image, experts still doubt the language’s security
2.11.2 now available from Maven Central, with 49 issues resolved and 70 pull requests reviewed and merged.
Needle in a haystack
Here are some of the most common arguments why recruiting a good Java developer is damn near impossible
Putting 'fun' into the future
Lukas Eder reiterates why ORM is out, and why it's time to ditch the dogma and embrace a new functional programming approach.
Tech giant romance
Two age-old rivals are teaming up to collaborate on a new kind of enterprise mobility. But what does it mean for developers?
Swirl swirl swirl
The Linux container engine that could is proving its worth in a multitude of ways.
Goetz proposes heroic effort to tackle language extensions for the Java language and JVM.
It’s not square to be hip
JAXenter gets the inside story on the tool helping to up productivity in achingly cool startups around the globe.
Old developer faithful now offers next-generation Asynchronous Loggers, auto-extension detection, and support for properties.
All sorts of relationships
Cory Isaacson gives us a crash-course guide to Data Modelling, in the first of a three part series.
One more can’t hurt
San Francisco software giant throws new offering into packed market of 'transformative' data-to-gold solutions.