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Not quite Miracle on 34th Street is it?
Bad news for Android as U.S. appeals court indicates a retrial for Oracle is on the cards.
Find all the bugs!
A helpful summary of some of the most useful Java static analysis tools around.
From the sublime to the ridiculous
All this thankfulness getting a bit sickening? Our compendium of the 2013’s biggest Java howlers should be the perfect antidote!
We write the codes and scatter the programs on the land
On this day of turkey and pie, JAXenter takes a moment to think about the things in Java Land that make our jobs great.
Scala? Bor-ing. Here are five weird and wonderful projects that demonstrate the diversity of the JVM platform.
NoSQL and Neo4j and Spring - oh my!
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My IRL cat needs worming, too
Java.Tomdep reportedly turning victims into IRC-instructed zombies, but has yet to reveal its sinister agenda.
Takipi sifts through 30,000 GitHub Projects to find out how much each one is being used.
We have unfinished business, I and he
What’s the story between the ASF’s objection to the Java Community Process and Java’s Tech Compatibility Kits?
Ice cream all around
As sales of the tiny computer top two million, we take a look at some of our favourite Pi powered projects to date.
Time for tea?
Red Hat’s new JVM language Ceylon is fully brewed and ready to pour. We speak to creator Gavin King about the path to 1.0.
Sleeping with the fishes?
Fallout from scrapping of commercial GlassFish build continues – but TomEE creator says users are also to blame.
Presentations from our expert Java, JVM, and big data focused speakers are now up on Slideshare for all to see.
To the disappointment of many, Oracle withdraws commercial support for open source server.