JAXenter gets an insider account of the development of whats been billed as the most significant release of Java in the past 10 years from the Oracle VP of Software Development in the Java Platform Group.
Why was this new feature so critical, and could static and default methods on interfaces be more important than the all-singing, all-dancing lambdas?
In this talk, filmed at the inaugural Hazelcast User Group London on March 19th, CEO Talip Ozturk and Senior Solutions Architect David Brimley give an exclusive look at what’s on the cards for the open source in-memory data grid providers in 2014.
Régis Latawiec gives us an expert overview of the evolving embedded market, and explains why Java is his number one choice for bringing the world of interconnected objects to life.
All you need to know for handling name spaces, configuring the data projector, and separating XPath expressions from the Java code.
JFrog CTO Yoav Landman on why the welcome new release has put innovation back into the heart of the platform, and the big looming modularity issue.
Want to transform your business into a data driven powerhouse? Of course you do. Stefan Schadwinkel and Mike Lohmann show you how.
Hazelcast’s Miko Matsumura and David Brimley explain what Java 8 represents to the company, just what it is that keeps Oracle’s platform at the heart of the enterprise, and why the ability to run lambda expressions in a distributed environment is so exciting.
The open-source IDE has its Java 8 kit fully packed and ready – heres whats new, and all the essentials you need to know to get started with NetBeans IDE 8.0.
Riak vendors may have shed a CEO, CTO and Chief Architect this year, but the NoSQL company is still making friends in the space.
Although it took some time to get there, all Luna 4.4 builds now contain Eclipse support for Java 8, and patches are available for Kepler SR2 (4.3.2).
JetBrains ships out IntelliJ IDEA 13.1 Release Candidate 2 with final improvements for Java 8 support.