Spring Boot 1.1.4 supports the first stable Tomcat 8 release

Cat’s pajamas

Spring Boot 1.1.4 supports the first stable Tomcat 8 release

Along with support for the ‘cat, this drop comes with improved logging configuration and numerous bug squashes.

Ten questions on Cassandra

Social data

Ten questions on Cassandra

Mapping the Cassandra journey, and looking ahead to the future.

Inside RoboVM

Hanging on the telephone

Inside RoboVM

Some said it couldn't be done. Others said it shouldn't. But this developer is actively scaling out a future for Java in the iOS. Here‘s his story.

Behind the PostgreSQL renaissance

Multi-mastering

Behind the PostgreSQL renaissance

What’s shaking up the core of this ‘hipster’ DBMS, and why should you pick it over NoSQL?

Why pick Bitbucket over GitHub?

Hoarders

Why pick Bitbucket over GitHub?

Atlassian’s Eric Wittman talks clever stashing, agile practice, and how enterprises can meet the rising slew of enterprise demands.

Hadoop isn't ready for the elephant graveyard

No big problem

Hadoop isn't ready for the elephant graveyard

Google might have ditched its old tried and tested formula, but DataTorrent’s John Fanelli has some choice words for Hadoop detractors.

Eclipse looks ahead with focus on stability and performance enhancements

Mission to Mars

Eclipse looks ahead with focus on stability and performance enhancements

Paul Webster chats with JAX about the latest developments on the platform and the next big goals for the community.

Puzzling out Java’s modular future: Project Jigsaw in phase two

Start at the corners

Puzzling out Java’s modular future: Project Jigsaw in phase two

Mark Reinhold announces gear shift from explorative stages to creation of production-quality design and implementation for Jigsaw in Java 9.

10 subtle mistakes when using the Streams API

Getting diverted

10 subtle mistakes when using the Streams API

What can go wrong with your app when you're working with Java 8? Well, when using the Streams API, quite a bit actually.

Gradle 2.0 is here: sleek, speedy and supporting Java 8

Working it

Gradle 2.0 is here: sleek, speedy and supporting Java 8

Update includes a leaner code base and a host of new additions. There's also an upgrade to Groovy 2.3.2.

Cracking Microservices practices

Masterclass

Cracking Microservices practices

Learn how the Apache Camel framework can assist you in creating microservice style applications in Java with just a few lines of code.

An early look into ‘Cassiopeia’, aka IntelliJ IDEA 14

Peek behind the curtain

An early look into ‘Cassiopeia’, aka IntelliJ IDEA 14

Early bird preview now available, with Code Coverage tool and Type Migration refactoring access now to open to Community Edition users.

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