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JAX Magazine: The November edition is here!

Lucy Carey
10-13

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It’s been a busy month for the JAX Magazine team, with JAX London taking place at the end of October. If you’re joining us for the first time following this event, welcome! We hope you’ll find plenty of useful material and enjoyable analysis in our latest edition, which you can download for free here (make sure to scroll down to the download link). 

As well as the ubiquitous Java content, for the second year in a row JAX London featured a dedicated big data track – “Big Data Con”. With MongoDB rising to become the most valuable New York startup this September, it’s safe to say that big data has officially crossed over into mainstream consciousness.

NoSQL is certainly driving this, and although MongoDB has risen to become the cream of the crop, other databases such as Cassandra are rapidly evolving into future contenders, more than capable of holding their own against MongoDB in terms of scaling and speed. We wanted to find out what’s next for the NoSQL mega league player, and unpick the truth from the hype, so we invited founder and CTO Dwight Merriman to sit in our hot seat this month – we hope you’ll enjoy finding out what he has to say.

It’s not only databases drawing attention lately though. Elsewhere, there’s been a growing buzz around the impend- ing launch of Spring 4. In this issue, Spring Developer Advocate Josh Long walks us through the basics, and demonstrates just why it’s become so ubiquitous.

We’ve also got an Atmosphere focused tutorial from Jeanfrancois Arcand, and Rik Van Bruggen will be introducing us to some of the revolutionary changes to Neo4j, which evolves the data model from a “property graph” to a “labeled property graph”. And for all our mobile focused readers, Matthias Wessendorf will be spotlighting Aerogear – a JBoss Community project which puts the emphasis on mobile development, providing a library and various utilities for Android, iOS and JavaScript.

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