It‘s safe to say we are living in open development times – but the journey isn‘t over yet. James Falkner examines what the future holds for open source.
Sort it out
Raoul-Gabriel Urma shows you how to use steam operations to express sophisticated data processing queries.
Be nice, you must
Time to douse those internal firewalls and open-source your internal projects - it’ll make things so much simpler.
It's free, it's fresh, it's ready now!
Download the latest issue of JAX Magazine to find out about the Kickstarter making the Internet of Things that bit sweeter, get your kids coding, and more.
Inside the open source Java project dedicated to creating a virtual organism inside a computer.
Drink to that
Internet of Things innovators V2COM use Java to connect millions of intelligent devices - here's their story.
What makes Play so special? In the first of a two part series, find out how you can tap into the latest trends with this innovative framework.
Alive and kicking
"Bootstrapping" tool allows devs to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring-based applications that run right out of the box.
LOOK WHO'S BACK!!!
From a subversive Git to Comic Sans at CERN, a roundup of our favourite tech pranks from around the web.
Sincerest form of flattery
Not quite. Oracle’s new platform drop may have muscled in on Scala’s lambda territory, but it’s no pretender to the functional programming throne.
View from the top
JAXenter gets an insider account of the development of what’s been billed as “the most significant release of Java in the past 10 years” from the Oracle VP of Software…
The importance of being embedded
Régis Latawiec gives us an expert overview of the evolving embedded market, and explains why Java is his number one choice for bringing the world of interconnected objects to…
Not a hitch in sight
All you need to know for handling name spaces, configuring the data projector, and separating XPath expressions from the Java code.
Want to transform your business into a data driven powerhouse? Of course you do. Stefan Schadwinkel and Mike Lohmann show you how.
Giving it some prime face
The open-source IDE has its Java 8 kit fully packed and ready - here’s what’s new, and all the essentials you need to know to get started with NetBeans IDE 8.0.