Previously confirmed for Java 9, the JSON API is now to be postponed, as Oracle debates two new features for its next major Java release.
Now is the right time to be a developer in Seattle, says CEO of Shippable, Avi Cavale, who tells us about the seaport city’s booming tech scene and why he prefers it to Silicon Valley.
jOOQ’s Lukas Eder takes a look at the wealth of creative class names in Spring and the naming policy in Java.
MIPS have announced a circuit-board computer to compete with the Raspberry Pi. Which one wins on price, size and specs?
450 Docker fanatics gathered in Amsterdam to hear about Docker’s new orchestration features and enterprise offering.
Niko Köbler continues his investigation of the new version of Oracle’s Avatar and its Model Store API.
After his opening keynote at the European Docker conference, CEO Ben Golub talked to JAXenter about Docker’s new enterprise solution and the news of competition from CoreOS.
When it comes to successful software, does it pay to have fast coders? Or does slow and steady always win the race?
Basho’s new head of EMEA operations discusses the changing field of Big Data and the challenges that face databases in the near future.
MongoDB is making claims that it’s a “schemaless database” because it’s a JSON-style data store. But does that really make it schemaless? And what does “schemaless” even mean anyway?
If you’ve ever wanted to get started with Web Components and find out what they’re useful for, here’s your chance.