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The Java Community Process executive committee has approved eight requests for Java 8.
Lukas Eder introduces us to one SQL function that will clean up your data and totally change your life. Well, maybe that last bit is overdoing it.
OrientDB 2.0 has brought a number of nifty new features and polished up the user experience.
Clustrix CEO Mike Azevedo explains what his company is doing to make its database more appealing to e-commerce enterprises.
Ahead of their talk at the JavaOne, four of NASA’s top engineers explain the role that Java, JavaFX and NetBeans play in NASA’s space missions.
The Internet of Things is flourishing with a ‘diverse’ range of protocols. But isn’t 200 overdoing it a bit?
Why Larry Ellison’s power reshuffle at Oracle is one of the greatest PR stunts in the history of Silicon Valley.
Reza Rahman confirms the announcement made earlier in the week by Anatole Tresch of Credit Suisse and encourages a search for other options.
This is an exciting time to be in the field of In-Memory Data Grids, explains Hazelcast’s Miko Matsumura.
JAX London speaker Nigel Runnels-Moss speaks to JAXenter ahead of his session. Read on to see why Nigel is not looking forward to Java 9 and see what advice he would give to young developers.
Lukas Eder writes a tongue in cheek post about debates and issues that developers need to leave behind.