Best of NetBeans
From Maven to the Profiler, NetBeans community members tell us their all-time top ten reasons they're glad they work with this IDE.
Built around the Java 8 compatible version of the IDE, the new Spring Tools are swept of bugs and fine tuned with a host of new features.
Mission to Mars
Paul Webster chats with JAX about the latest developments on the platform and the next big goals for the community.
Annual survey reveals supremacy of Git and Maven in the community, as well as a lingering air of disappointment.
Like peanut butter and jelly
Dr. Philip Wenig on the power of community convergence, and why open source and science make the perfect pairing.
Featuring a host of luminaries from open tech and the Javasphere, JAX London is back with a bang - don’t miss out on our limited offer to save on Blind Bird tickets!
Who made the cut?
You've submitted your nominations, now it's time to cast your vote for the cream of the developer community 2014.
Iterating all the time
Martin Lippert talks about the latest Java release and the ups, downs, and aspirations of Eclipse IDE development.
Giving it some welly
As part of the Eclipse Tool project, Oomph could provide a welcome boost to Eclipse IDE user experience.
We've got your back
Although it took some time to get there, all Luna 4.4 builds now contain Eclipse support for Java 8, and patches are available for Kepler SR2 (4.3.2).
Pascal Rapicault - the man behind the EasyEclipse proposal - tells us why he believes in a commercial IDE, and what’s behind Eclipse community dissatisfaction.
JAX is returning to London for 2014 in October - and we’re looking for high calibre Java and JVM experts to step forth and share their knowledge.
Sergey Sverchkov explains how you can cut through the masses of NoSQL marketing jargon and find the perfect database for your project.