Silicon Valley has just launched an open source offensive, drawing a line between true advocates and the open source pretenders.
Neo4J’s Max de Marzi shows us why working with open-source software can be way better than the proprietary equivalent.
A yes vote in the upcoming Scottish referendum could have some interesting results for programmers or absolutely none at all.
[Cue singing choir of angels] Gradle’s latest and greatest makes it way easier to get plugins with its very own plugin portal.
CloudBees CEO explains to JAXenter why they’re letting go of [email protected] and focusing on Jenkins.
Lukas Eder takes us on a tour of Oracle SYNONYMs.
CEO of Metanautix speaks to JAXenter about their latest venture into big data analytics: Quest.
JAXLondon presenter Trisha Gee speaks to JAXenter before her session in London next month. Trish is a key member of the London Java Community and is currently working for Mongo DB Inc.
Standardisation, automated tasks and content negotiation – there are plenty of reasons to use REST for exposing data. Geertjan Wielenga shows us how to get started using NetBeans in a few easy steps.
How to successfully integrate Column Databases into Big Data architecture.
A comparison of the major features of the top ten SQL and NoSQL databases.
IoT expert Raffaele Giaffreda tells us about the future of cognitive internet of things, and what developers need to do if they want to be part of it.
The realm of JVM-alternatives remains an exciting one. Version 2.7 of the JVM alternative brings a number of nice new features and performance updates.
Max De Marzi shows us how to increase payment security by using Neo4j to check for relationships that increase the risk.