Git in on (again)
Git 2.0 unleashed with a twist to semantics, default settings adjustments, and general code cleanups and bug fixes.
JAXenter talks to Jeff Sussna about the evolution of DevOps, “vast and deep” lean practices, and what companies could be doing to up their continuous delivery game.
Version 3.2.1 of LMAX Disruptor now ready for download on Maven Central, complete with build and IDE updates.
Bang bang bang kerching and take your money
Co-writer of Manifesto for Agile Software Development argues “Agile” has been stripped of any of its original meaning.
Pascal Rapicault - the man behind the EasyEclipse proposal - tells us why he believes in a commercial IDE, and what’s behind Eclipse community dissatisfaction.
SQL can be cool
Confused about the best big data solution for you? Robin Purohit explains why you shouldn’t feel like a dork for picking SQL solutions, and weighs up the pros and cons of…
Tying things together
Julien Ponge outlines scenarios for using Oracle Nashorn as a command-line tool and as an embedded interpreter in Java applications.
VMware go live with ‘Horizon DaaS’ as trend for cloudy companies to drift towards higher-functioning offerings picks up pace.
Bend them to your will!
In the second instalment of a two part series, Ted Neward explains how you can use lambda expressions to your advantage.
JAX is returning to London for 2014 in October - and we’re looking for high calibre Java and JVM experts to step forth and share their knowledge.
Ben Evans and Richard Warburton outline the reasons why decent support for the date and time use cases of everyday devs is so darn important.
Every which way
In the second part of this special series, Sven Ewald takes you on a dynamic, external and bidirectional XML journey.