Version 12.1 of popular IDE also includes new features for Scala, Groovy and Play Framework users.
Laying out the future
As Chrome and Opera move to new WebKit fork, next wave of browser innovation may be in under-the-hood rendering engines.
Middleware to middleman
Well known for their Java enterprise service bus, MuleSoft now want to become the hub for the ‘New Enterprise’.
Disillusioned web devs wooed with free VMs, testing tools and dirt-cheap copies of Parallels Desktop for Mac.
From square-bracketed Clojure to Jira Jr. to killer robots, we round up yesterday’s funniest fake coding news stories.
Are you a Politician, a Value Addition or The Creepy Quiet Member? Agile coach Jay Rao has noticed six recurring roles.
Thank goodness it's the...
To celebrate Easter weekend, we present a SPECIAL Friday Five with absolutely ZERO stories eggs, bunnies or chicks. You’re welcome.
Seven months after one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns of all time, Ouya console begins shipping.
Want some nice, clean database fun? MongoDB London is just around the corner and we have a deal for JAXenter readers.
Originally from December's JAX Magazine, we headed over to Basho’s London office to talk distributed databases, the rise of NoSQL and building bridges.
Set it free
The brains behind Artifactory have announced the full availability of their social home for binaries. Netflix, OpenJDK and Gradle are onboard - more to follow?
Back around the CAMPfire
Six months on, we catch up with the authors of CAMP, a cloud management API being drafted by Oracle, Red Hat and Rackspace