The father of Java leaves Sun/Oracle but what has he contributed in the last ten years?
Chris Aniszczyk has called for a streamlining of the Eclipse Committer Elections process. Currently, the election period lasts for seven […]
The Nutch team have hinted at some of the features we can expect in Nutch 2.0. Nutch is open source […]
Chris Aniszczyk has revealed that Plugin Development Environment (PDE) will offer a new wizard in the 7th Milestone of Eclipse […]
JAXenter speaks with C. Michael Pilato on his recently-released roadmap and vision for Subversion.
900+ Open Tickets for Rails 3
Antoine Toulme has opened a bug to gauge the Eclipse community’s interest in regards to a languages TLP. The idea, […]
Holger Staudacher has blogged about a forthcoming project he will be working on. He perceives the deployment of RAP applications, […]
Charles Nutter has set the JRuby community a challenge: create a 100% working Nokogiri Java port ready for the JRuby […]
James Gosling, the software guru who developed Java programming language, has resigned from Oracle. He has announced on his blog that he quit on April 2, 2010.
Following the proposal of Tycho as an Eclipse project, Kai Kreuzer has posted a blog predicting big things for Tycho […]
Amazon have added support for session stickiness in Elastic Load Balancing. Previously, load balancers routed each request independently to the […]
A beta of Arkles is now available to download. Arkles is a JavaFX library for processing XML using declarative events […]
Rémy Rakic has blogged about his new project, the Shizzle CSS selector engine for Java and Swing. It supports the […]