Insights from the enterprise: a 'meaningful' reshaping of the database landscape

Organising organisation

Insights from the enterprise: a 'meaningful' reshaping of the database landscape

Embarcadero’s Mark Barringer discusses why ‘unstructured’ Big Data models aren’t as disorganised as you might think, and ways to reduce downtime in production systems.…

Typesafe CTO: the Reactive future on the JVM is very bright

Critical thinking

Typesafe CTO: the Reactive future on the JVM is very bright

Typesafe's Jonas Bonér explains why the Reactive Manifesto is key for the for the future of high quality development - and why it’s good news for Java devs.

Behaviour Driven Development for JavaScript: Part One

Clean code, fuzzy bunnies, and rainbows

Behaviour Driven Development for JavaScript: Part One

Marco Emrich was ‘test infected’ when he first started learning about TDD - the hardest part is just getting it right. In the first of a two part series, he shows you how…

Just like that

Building an Eclipse based tool in 20 minutes

Eclipse promises to ease the development of modelling tools. However, there's quite a high initial ramp-up to develop your first running version of a tool, especially for…

Version 8.0 of NetBeans IDE nears completion

Jellybeans for Easter?

Version 8.0 of NetBeans IDE nears completion

With release candidate stage reached, it’s looking like NetBeans is on track to drop the latest incarnation of its popular IDE just in time for Java 8 launch.

Tokutek steps up with new solution for MongoDB blues

Not that kind of Shard

Tokutek steps up with new solution for MongoDB blues

With TokuMX version 1.4, company is offering improved sharding that resolves the bottlenecks experienced by Mongo users.

DataStax Enterprise 4.0 goes GA with shiny new in-memory database

Plugging the traffic drain

DataStax Enterprise 4.0 goes GA with shiny new in-memory database

Commercial Apache Cassandra is here with souped up search capabilities, and a new solution to help with pesky attention deficit online customers.

Oh, you think Java sucks? How refreshing

He said, she said

Oh, you think Java sucks? How refreshing

Current virality of five year old article defending Java demonstrates that hate for the language is still in style - but why do users continue to care?

Cloud Foundry to strike out from Pivotal home

Pulling a Rackspace

Cloud Foundry to strike out from Pivotal home

PaaS project released to be developed into new foundation, opening the door for a new wave of sign-ups.

IBM steps up efforts to conquer cloud with Cloudant purchase

Smoke signals

IBM steps up efforts to conquer cloud with Cloudant purchase

Ambitious Big Blue looks to the future with acquisition of Boston Database-as-a-Service provider for an undisclosed sum.

WildFly 8 versus TomEE versus WebLogic, and other matters

JBoss = WildFly, OK?

WildFly 8 versus TomEE versus WebLogic, and other matters

Jason Greene, WildFly 8 Architect, weighs in on confusing name changes, transition issues, and why you should be excited about this app server.

A new approach to XML -  Part 1: Data projection with XMLBeam

You ain't never seen an XML trick like this

A new approach to XML - Part 1: Data projection with XMLBeam

Thought you knew everything there was to know about XML? In the first part of a series of articles, Sven Ewald might surprise you as he introduces the Java library XMLBeam.

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