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Perfect your playlist
Build your own bespoke music recommendations engine with the help of this smashing Kiji tutorial.
Not quite Miracle on 34th Street is it?
Bad news for Android as U.S. appeals court indicates a retrial for Oracle is on the cards.
Giddy up jingle horse
‘Tis the season to be… panicking about what to get for that special developer in your life. Never fear, we’ve compiled a list of ten festive treats coders will love.
Things from the ThingMonk IoT thing
Is the Internet of Things about the individual, or huge ecosystems? And how’s it being used to monitor radiation and save beer? We headed to East London to find out.
Find all the bugs!
A helpful summary of some of the most useful Java static analysis tools around.
Latest update shows that Google’s programming language is burrowing towards maturity.
When push comes to shove
We quiz the founders of IoT and M2M solution specialists dc-square GmbH on all things MQTT.
From the sublime to the ridiculous
All this thankfulness getting a bit sickening? Our compendium of the 2013’s biggest Java howlers should be the perfect antidote!
We write the codes and scatter the programs on the land
On this day of turkey and pie, JAXenter takes a moment to think about the things in Java Land that make our jobs great.
Finns get their hands on first 450 devices running Sailfish OS, an Android app-running port of MeeGo.
Cloud battle scales new heights
In snub to Amazon, Google demos load balancer-as-a-service scaling up to 1m in just five seconds.
I got 84codes
JAXenter chats with the CEO of 84codes about their recent acquisition, CloudMQTT.
Under the umbrella
Acquisition of cloudy licensee marks move by OIN to protect Linux mobile and virtual storage environments from hungry trolls.
Collaborative skills can make or break an agile team - Jayathirtha R Rao shows us how big visual charts (BVCs) can help.