After his JAX London keynote on OSGI in the enterprise, JAXenter caught up with Kirk Knoershild to get his advice on building flexible software systems, and how he sees modularity relating to OSGi. Stay tuned for Part Two!
Version 5.0 of Flamingo is now available to download. The Flamingo project aims to provide a Swing implementation of the […]
David Carver has revealed in a blog that he is encouraging the Vex team to release a Vex 0.5 in […]
Id like to ask a few questions to the people who honestly think RDBMSs can compete with NoSQL solutions at large scale. – Joe Stump.
A beta of Windows Azure Toolkit for Facebook is now available to download. This toolkit aims to aid the community […]
Jon Trowbridge and Tony Zale have blogged about changes recently implemented at the open source revision control system, Subversion.
Version 1.2.0 of ReportBuilder is now available to download. The Report Abstract Interface gem creates text, HTML and RTF output, […]
Version 2.0-M1 of ScalaModules is now available to download. ScalaModules provides a Scala DSL as a sub-project of Eclipse Equinox, […]
Apache MyFaces have released MyFaces Core 2.0.0-beta-3.
Version 0.1.0 of the RDFgrid Ruby gem is now available. RDFgrid is a framework for map/reduce-based batch-processing of Resource Description […]
Oracle have announced a forthcoming Critical Patch Update for Java SE and Java for Business, which will fix 27 security […]
The Apache ZooKeeper team have announced version 3.3.0.
The popular opinion in the industry says the era of locked-in expensive deals with on-premise software behemoths is coming to an end. A new survey of 485 companies throws more light on the tug-of-war between on-premise and cloud-based software. In sum, the gap seems to be closing in.
Version 0.1.0 of Simple Publisher is now available. The Simple Publisher Ruby gem defines a simple pub/sub layer for interaction […]