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After accepting the second JAX Award in a row, Oracle’s Java Language Architect Brian Goetz spoke to us about building a platform, not for what Java developers want, but what they need.
JAX Award winner and Akka founder Jonas Bonér explains the success behind the JVM toolkit and how open source is the reason it exists.
Oracle’s announces last critical patch update for Java 7, while exposing a number of remotely executable security threats for Java applications.
Faster load-balancing, better availability and SSL authentication for SMTP mail protocol are among the features in NGINX’s latest premium model. CEO Gus Robertson talks to JAXenter about being open source, the new offering and a developer innovator program.
Following ZeroTurnaround’s announcement of a major update to XRebel, founder Jevgeni Kabanov talks to us about the release highlights.
Following today’s funding announcement for stealth security analytics firm Niara, CEO Sriram Ramachandran told us that cyber attacks are now more sophisticated than ever.
Unlike most Java monitoring tools, Automon builds on your existing monitoring setup to give more monitoring control. Author Steve Souza explains the idea behind his new open approach to monitoring Java code.
As MySQL nears drinking age, Peter Zaitsev, CEO of Percona looks at the state of affairs in MySQL – security, data growth, Oracle and the new database kids on the block.
After his recent HTML6 proposal ruffled a few feathers, we sat down with Bobby Mozumder to hear his thoughts about the existing “basic web usability problem” and how his approach would make HTML a templating language.
CTO Jeff Hobbs walks us through the Komodo 9 release and explains why the developer world is becoming “decidedly more polyglot”.
In spite of its central role in banking, many financial employers see IT as a “necessary evil”, says former NYSE programmer and clearpool.io director Dr. Jamie Allsop.