In an attempt to make it more prominent, Package Drone has been taken under the Eclipse Foundation’s wing, where it will be sure to receive further contributions and support.
Rakuten is one of the world’s largest online financial platforms, and in an unprecedented move, the Japanese giant has chosen to share how they overhauled their entire legacy system and moved across to Java EE.
When it comes to web servers, Apache is the leader of the pack in terms of web site numbers and growth. However, there are alternatives out there that might be just as good for your company or project.
Keen to get the latest details about all things Java? Thorben Janssen delivers a digest of the most important Java happenings and stories from the community – from a nasty Java 8 issue to Java EE 8’s new MVC specification.
Pivotal has unveiled a new version of its Big Data Suite, which should allow users to discover the value data analytics has for them. For the first time, the source code of the Pivotal tool has been opened to the community.
Keeping your programming skills up-to-date and making yourself appealing to potential employers is a constant struggle. To learn more efficiently, research has shown that you first need to understand yourself.
Scottish UX designer Ross Gledhill says there’s no place he’d rather work than in Scotland.
A new numbering system is on the cards for Linux, but an even bigger issue is at hand: the year 2038 is set to be a disaster if we don’t act now, with an event similar to the Y2K bug on the horizon.
Looking to fine tune your Java-based system? Then you need to hear the wise words of Kirk Pepperdine, who is hereby dubbed the all-round Java mechanic and performance specialist.
Support for asm.js has made it into the next version of Windows, following a collaboration between Mozilla and Microsoft to satisfy a long-standing hunger of users. This marks a giant step forward for Internet Explorer, with Chrome to follow suit.
The Java Executive Committee has signed off on a number of changes to the JDK in its ninth release, planned for mid-to-late 2016.
What is the best way for Java developers to take a pragmatic approach to Docker and look beyond the hype?