The Khronos group have announced the simultaneous release of the OpenGL 3.3 specification and the OpenGL 4.0 specification. The OpenGL […]
The first public release of the ‘Rabbit’ plugin for Eclipse, is now available to download. Rabbit collects data on which […]
Microsoft have announced a beta version of Harmony for Google Docs. Harmony provides a sidebar for Microsoft Outlook that allows […]
Mozilla have announced an effort to update their open source Mozilla Public License (MPL,) with an eye to making it […]
Version 2.1 of the JIRA Studio development suite has been released. Version 2.1 marks the full integration of JIRA Studio […]
Mike Taylor has written a blog lamenting the rise of the copy/paste programmer, in a blog post entitled Whatever Happened […]
Lady Michelle Obama has launched a new ‘Apps for Healthy Kids’ campaign that challenges developers to come up with an […]
Version 0.2 of GORM support for the nosql Hadoop HBase is now available to download. This plugin persists domain class […]
“I’m having a hard time understanding all the Maven bashing that takes place these days,” begins a blog post by Maven enthusiast Joseph Hirn.
Opera have released a beta of its Mini 5 browser for Android. Mini 5 works by compressing data by up […]
Version 2.3.1 of the Eclipse-based development environment for building Spring-powered enterprise applications, SpringSource Tool Suite, is now available to download. […]
BIRT Mobile Viewer is now available foe the iPhone and iPhone touch. The BIRT Mobile Viewer Client is a native […]
jaxenter caught up with JAX London speaker and author of ‘JavaServer Faces in Action,’ Kito Mann, to ask him about JSF support for Scala, Spring and Groovy, and how to integrate emerging JVM languages with JavaServer Faces Polyglot.
Here’s a very interesting talk by Chris Aniszczyk from EclipseSource on OSGi. You should bring some extra time with you, it’s about an hour long, but nonetheless worth watching.