Typesafe's Jonas Bonér explains why the Reactive Manifesto is key for the for the future of high quality development - and why it’s good news for Java devs.
Ringing the changes
Newly polished version drops, with old and obsolete statements yanked out, add-ons, and coding changes.
'Presenting for Geeks' author Dirk Haun shares three things to remember when preparing your next talk (spoiler: it's not about imagining your audience in their underwear).
Nom for the con
Your chance to nominate the people you believe are creating a buzz in the Javasphere or making waves and leading the way in open tech innovation.
Shutting down the FUD
There have been rumblings around the imminent demise of MySQL for a while now - but, according to Peter Zaitsev, it’s very much alive and well.
Mining your information
In this tutorial, Peter Bell and Michael Hunger show you how to turn your data into gold. If you've converted over to Neo4j 2.0, you'll be happy to hear that this article has…
CAUTION: readers of this article may experience rad skill gain
Sometimes you actually do need to know how it works. GitHubber Ben Straub shows how learning Git's internals helps explain its odder qualities.
Birds of a feather
What does it take to build a successful Java Community?
This JVM language is on fire
Java may have slipped off its number one perch, but growing success of Javasphere language affirms strength of the platform.
NoSQL is becoming more widely used across the board - but growing importance of data is fuelling interest in graph based schema.
$ git commit -am “add new ceo”
As the social coding service passes 10 million repositories, co-founder Tom Preston-Werner moves to focus on R&D.
Five by five
The Beta of NetBeans IDE 8 has now been released! Geertjan Wielenga spotlights some of the coolest bells and whistles.
A good egg
Newegg’s landmark victory against alleged patent troll Soverain is upheld as high court refuses to hear case.
Top of the pops
We’ve crunched our numbers from the past twelve months, and the results are in. What were developers most into in ‘13?
Gonna make some mad cheddar, yo
Java was the biggest buzzword for recruiters last year - with other legacy languages not far behind. But what made it so relevant in 2013?