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.
Days of Future Past
We’ve rounded up some pretty canny people from the sector to forecast their expectations for Java in 2014 and resolutions, for the months ahead, as well as personal highs…
We’re all in this together
World’s largest IoT organisation joins forces with open source giant to help steer the future of the technology.
The Internet of Things is here
With a flurry of new developments, we talk to those at the heart of the Eclipse M2M movement to discuss what's new.
The Solar System of Things
With the number of Eclipse M2M projects continuing to grow, here's an infographic from March's JAX Magazine showing how they all interlink
One To Watch
Just what the Internet of Things needed - a new Eclipse project dedicated to bringing OSGi capabilitities to M2M.
New in Eclipse Kepler
As Eclipse Kepler arrived this week, Eclipse Magazin managed to secure big interviews. Diana Kupfer speaks to Olivier Constant, project lead for the EMF Diff/Merge Eclipse…
Smarten up your data again!
On Tuesday, we were introduced to the BIRT engine pipeline. This time round, Jason Weathersby and Ray Gans look at each of the Eclipse Views that make up the BIRT Designer…
Pulling into the platform
Java EE 7 support and Orion improvements are on the menu for the open source’s latest release train
Tutorial Part One
From March's JAX Magazine, former Eclipse BIRT evangelist Jason Weathersby guides us through some of the major features within the business intelligence reporting toolkit
Time to get social
Projects may soon be allowed to host trunk on external services, says foundation boss after Vert.x “epiphany”.
Our survey says
Eclipse’s annual report shows the open source foundation has plenty of work ahead of Kepler.
The M2M toll bridge
New project aims to increase security, standardise data formats and messaging protocols.
Now you can believe the hype
Is OASIS's seal of approval exactly what the Internet of Things needs to meet its lofty goals?