Internet of Things: the importance of open source

IoTCon 2014

Internet of Things: the importance of open source

In a video interview, Microsoft's Tim Park speaks to JAXenter about Nitrogen and Microsoft.

Interview - Pivotal at JavaOne 2014

Oracle Open World 2014

Interview - Pivotal at JavaOne 2014

JAXenter caught up with Pivotal to learn about their new product GemFire and where they will be exhibiting at JavaOne.

JavaOne 2014 kicks off to a timid start

Oracle OpenWorld 2014

JavaOne 2014 kicks off to a timid start

In spite of big changes at the helm of Oracle, the highly anticipated JavaOne keynote was an uninspiring start to the annual conference.

JavaOne: watch keynotes online

On demand

JavaOne: watch keynotes online

Java One takes place in San Francisco from Sunday 28th of September to Thursday 2nd of August.

 Java EE 8 JSRS approved

8 for 8

Java EE 8 JSRS approved

The Java Community Process executive committee has approved eight requests for Java 8.

One magic SQL trick every developer should know

Clean up your data

One magic SQL trick every developer should know

Lukas Eder introduces us to one SQL function that will clean up your data and change your life. Well, maybe not that last bit.

Meet Panamax – more than a Docker UI

What’s up Docker

Meet Panamax – more than a Docker UI

This fresh control tool for Docker enables multi-container Docker applications.

Are Scala forks considered harmful?

What the fork

Are Scala forks considered harmful?

The Scala community is giving a mixed response to recent announcements of two forks by Type Level and Typesafe.

NoSQL with Java: A breakthrough for OrientDB

Big changes

NoSQL with Java: A breakthrough for OrientDB

OrientDB 2.0 brings new features and optimizes the user experience.

Clustrix changes its SQL database strategy to focus on e-commerce

Web shop data

Clustrix changes its SQL database strategy to focus on e-commerce

Clustrix CEO Mike Azevedo explains what his company is doing to make its database more appealing to e-commerce enterprises.

Developing NASA's mission software with Java

Space programming

Developing NASA's mission software with Java

Ahead of their talk at the JavaOne, four of NASA's top engineers explain the role that Java, JavaFX and NetBeans play in NASA's space missions.

Do we really need this many IoT protocols?

The chaos of innovation

Do we really need this many IoT protocols?

The Internet of Things is flourishing with a 'diverse' range of protocols. But isn't 200 overdoing it a bit?

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