How to speak the language of programmers: a JAXenter guide to understanding developer lingo.
Silicon Valley has just launched an open source offensive, drawing a line between true advocates and the open source pretenders.
Neo4J’s Max de Marzi shows us why working with open-source software can be way better than the proprietary equivalent.
Googles Android Studio has Eclipse playing catch-up with a new Android project that aims to bring its IDE into the realm of mobile development.
A yes vote in the upcoming Scottish referendum could have some interesting results for programmers or absolutely none at all.
[Cue singing choir of angels] Gradle’s latest and greatest makes it way easier to get plugins with its very own plugin portal.
CloudBees CEO explains to JAXenter why they’re letting go of RUN@Cloud and focusing on Jenkins.
Lukas Eder takes us on a tour of Oracle SYNONYMs.
CEO of Metanautix speaks to JAXenter about their latest venture into big data analytics: Quest.
JAXLondon presenter Trisha Gee speaks to JAXenter before her session in London next month. Trish is a key member of the London Java Community and is currently working for Mongo DB Inc.
Standardisation, automated tasks and content negotiation – there are plenty of reasons to use REST for exposing data. Geertjan Wielenga shows us how to get started using NetBeans in a few easy steps.
How to successfully integrate Column Databases into Big Data architecture.