A barrier-free language
A new accessibility JEP is bringing accessibility support to JavaFX with screen readers and a high-contrast mode.
Coding to music
Is there such a thing as the ‘right’ music for programming? And can we even be sure it has a good effect?
Java pain points
It's not easy speaking two languages. Once you learn that there are other, better way to code, you're forever destined to compare the pros and cons of different languages.
Xpand your horizons
It’s got lambdas, it’s flawlessly interoperable with Java and it’s also a cinch to learn for Java devs. So what’s the catch?
Raspberry Pi experts from around the world talk us through the nitty-gritty of Java on the Raspberry Pi.
The database pros behind Riak tell us about the latest update to their CS cloud storage solution
Have we met?
Where have you been all this time? Erjang takes the nifty language of Erlang to the JVM.
Pulling the plugins
Microsoft’s browser says it has had it with ActiveXploitation and will begin blocking old controls from Internet Explorer 8
Java 8 did well to steal ideas from Scala, but here's a list of sweet Ceylon programming features that Java developers can still only dream about.
Little thing...big mess
Securing an API against SQL injection is relatively simple, and yet 420,000 websites have fallen victim to the old-school hack
First major release
Eclipse’s IDE tooling and runtime platform for JavaFX is bring out its first major release
Best of NetBeans
From Maven to the Profiler, NetBeans community members tell us their all-time top ten reasons they're glad they work with this IDE.