JIRA version 4.1 is now available. JIRA is an issue and project tracking tool which offers customisable workflows, OpenSocial dashboards […]
After Kim Moir announced her appointment to the Eclipse Architecture Council and hinted at a few changes she’d like to […]
The source bundle for OpenJDK 6 b19 is now available. This release features regression tests previously published in JDK 7, […]
Aviad Rivlin has blogged about the upcoming Enhancement Package 2 for SAP NetWeaver 7.0. SAP NetWeaver is a platform for […]
JAXenter speaks to Eike Stepper about the advantages of model-driven software development.
Global Industry Analysts (GIA) has estimated that the SOA software market would reach US $21 billion by the year 2015. […]
Gartner has published a list of ‘cool’ business process management (BPM) vendors for 2010. They are: BizAgi, ICCM Solutions, PNMsoft, […]
Milos Kleint has announced that he is leaving Sun/Oracle and taking a position at Sonatype. Kleint has worked on NetBeans […]
Eclipse committer John Arthorne has posted at the E4-dev mailing list, calling for early adopter testers of the Eclipse 4.0 […]
Is overcoming the learning curve of OSGi today, worth modularity tomorrow?
Oracle have released patches for two vulnerabilities (CVE-2010-0886 and CVE-2010-0887) that affect Oracle Java SE and Oracle Java For Business, […]
Nick Boldt has simplified the self-bootstrapping process for Athena builds. The infrastructure is already in place for developers wishing to […]
JRuby version 1.5.0.RC1 is out now! The 1.5.0 RC1 development cycle has been the longest cycle yet, taking nearly five […]
A conversation about the Eclipse Modeling Framework, the perspectives of modeling beyond the scope of software development, the cooperation with Mircosoft and the relation between Modeling and Coding.