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.
When push comes to shove
We quiz the founders of IoT and M2M solution specialists dc-square GmbH on all things MQTT.
Create HTML5 front-end directly within your Java EE 7 application with NetBeans IDE 7.4 - shortening the development cycle from 10 minutes to about 5.
Scaring you silly
Pull up a chair and gaze into the glow of the warm monitor, as JAXenter shares with you our favourite Halloween chillers.
There be gold in that there startup!
JAXenter talks to a startup with big plans for the lifecycle of Big Data.
Too much badgering
Following ill-judged block that annoyed everyone from SMEs to the nation of Denmark, Firefox has reinstated Java.
JAXenter catches up with Puppet's Brian Stein and pokes its head under the hood of Puppet Enterprise 3.1
Client and server-side in harmony
The head of the herd
The souped up next generation version of the data processing program has just been declared stable and ready to go on general release.
Go on, make my day
Can the ubiquitous compiling tool’s first release in three years make up for the widely-panned Make 3.82?
How big is your data?
NoSQL sceptics have field day after MongoDB posts – and later amends – guide to scaling up to 100GB.
Ahead of the release of Neo4j 2.0, we talk graphs, and staying in touch with the keyboard with Neo4j co-founder and CEO of Neo Technology Emil Eifrem.
Headless IDE has brains
Company behind IntelliJ tell JAXenter about their experimental new platform that’s cleverer than it looks.
The Spring Framework creator speaks to JAXenter about his startup portfolio, VMware frustrations and rediscovering his love of piano.