News of a MongoDB 3.0 release brings promises of more power, flexibility and easier management, as the document database gets a thorough make-over.
Apache Hadoop, Apache Spark, Akka, Java 8 streams and Quasar: A look at the classic use cases to the newest concurrency approaches for Java developers.
CoreCLR is now Open Source. The .NET execution engine sources are now available to check, fork, clone and build, with cross-platform components expected in the coming months.
A new law recently passed in China will require foreign tech companies servicing banks in the country to release their source code and give back-door access in order to continue doing business. Foreign business groups are objecting to the new policies.
Oracle’s Gerrit Grunwald shows us the hardware and software setup needed to create a sensor network infrastructure that runs purely from embedded devices.
The city of Ghent, Belgium is working to join the ranks of Europe’s Bitcoin cities – Arnhem, Hannover and Madrid have all managed to bring more merchants over to the Bitcoin ecosystem, with the Flemish city now following suit.
The new Raspberry Pi 2 has been unleashed today with more power, more memory and the same bargain price-tag. Let’s take a closer look at the specs of this second-generation hardware.
Oracle has withdrawn their support for JavaFX Embedded, however JavaFX continues to be provided as a fully supported part of the Oracle JDK 8 product on x86 platforms. Are we seeing the beginning of the end for JavaFX on embedded systems?
Atlassian talks about DevOps, gifs, corporate communication and the latest HipChat innovation: HipChat server, which allows companies to use their chat tool behind a firewall.
Ever wondered how blind developers know what they’re typing? How they’re able produce beautiful, working code? We take a look at the tools making this possible and invite you to contribute to the resources for the blind programming community.
Many commentators are weighing in on Pivotal’s recent decision to withdraw support for Groovy, and a number of open source advocates have come out in defence of the JVM language. Lukas Eder argues it was “doomed to fail”.