AMD have blogged about their new solution for overcoming the problem of the code cache of compiled Java methods becoming […]
Eclipse release milestone 5 with compatibility layer, workbench model editor and the first builds of Eclipse SDK running on e4 technology.
Milestone 2 of ScalaModules 2.0 has been released. This release adds a new filter DSL, and filter support to finding […]
Version 1.0 of IronRuby is now available. IronRuby is an open source implementation of Ruby for .Net and Silverlight. IronRuby […]
The first snapshot of the Groovy-Eclipse build for Eclipse 3.6 is now available. The Groovy-Eclipse Plugin provides Eclipse-based tooling support […]
Traditional software vendors are battling to manage the new wave of trends such as Cloud, SaaS and BPM, which threaten to eat into IT budgets. Given its dominance in ERP business, SAP is a good test case to understand the predicament of on-premise vendors. Acknowledging that the IT landscape is changing, SAP is making important moves to fit in. But the transformation is not going to be easy and Enterprise irregular Dennis Howlett has posed six tough questions on the challenges before the software giant on ZDNet. The questions may be targeted at SAP. But it is for the entire industry to answer them.
The Java Runtime Environment has received a security update to JRE 6 Update 19. This update adds seven new root […]
The Cappuccino team have released version 0.8. Cappuccino is an open source web framework written in the language extension to […]
Develop and deploy JavaFX applications from within the Eclipse IDE.
Version 0.6 of JFXtras is now available. JFXtras is a third party library of JavaFX add-ons. It features a wide […]
Version 1.0 of Custom Access Modifier is now available. Custom Access Modifier is a library for defining an annotation and […]
A first draft of the Ruby Packaging Standard is now online. This document aims to specify a common structure for […]
Cloud isnt just a cost-effective way for organisations to get the processing power, storage and IT applications they need. Its also about voice and, just as importantly, about CRM, unified communications and other mashup applications that bring together communications and IT.