Getting on board the Java train
From JavaOne - PaaS provider Engine Yard pledged their allegiance to Oracle this week by adding support for Java to their roster of supported platforms - Platform Manager…
So much for “complete gibberish”
Annual event sees new product announcements, tie-ins with Dell and Microsoft – but Larry snubs in favor of boat racing.
All buzz, no boats
CEO Sacha Labourey gives his views on PaaS, the future of cloud, and a certain AWOL Oracle yachting fan.
Moving on up
From JavaOne - JAXenter talks Hazelcast 3, Rod Johnson, and the future of distributed computing with Talip Ozturk and Miko Matsumura.
Running the rule over the open source integration framework
Charles Moulliard will get you over the hump, by detailing the inner workings of Apache Camel from the DSL to routes and exchanges.
Letting the cat out of the bag
David Blevins says his company’s mission is to support creation of “amazing” open source software.
Greasing the wheels
JVM architect Mikael Vidstedt outlines the latest developments and pulls no punches in admitting security setbacks.
Apple can’t touch this
Raspberry Pi-powered touchscreen gadget shown off at JavaOne technical keynote, but you won’t find it in stores.
Headless IDE has brains
Company behind IntelliJ tell JAXenter about their experimental new platform that’s cleverer than it looks.
One Java to rule them all
Conference keynote pinpoints Internet of Things as major game changer for platform and highlights Java 8 as “huge step” towards platform unification
The Spring Framework creator speaks to JAXenter about his startup portfolio, VMware frustrations and rediscovering his love of piano.
Update of cross-framework and cross-browser asynchronous framework for real time applications on the JVM now available, with support for the Play Framework and Vert.x.