The MoDisco team have announced milestone 5 of version 0.8 of extensible framework MoDisco. The framework is for developing model-driven […]
NetBeans users can now buy Java Card modules for NetBeans IDE version 6.8, from the NetBeans Update Centre. Java Card […]
After two beta releases, the MacRuby team have released a stable of MacRuby 0.5. Please note that MacRuby 0.5 only […]
The GNU project and the GCC team have released version 4.4.3 of the freeware GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), which includes […]
Red Hat has launched a new community forum dedicated to open source. opensource.com aims to highlight how open source affects […]
‘Woolsey’ has been submitted as a proposed project at the Eclipse Foundation website. Project Woolsey aims to provide tools to […]
A beta of Apache MyFaces Core 2.0.0 is now available for download. MyFaces Core is a JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0 […]
Co-lead of the EclipseLink project, Doug Clarke has created an EclipseLink Group on LinkedIn. EclipseLink is an open source Eclipse […]
RCPQuizEngine, a new quiz authoring app is available at the Eclipse Marketplace. RCPQuizEngine is written in Java and Eclipse Rich […]
The Google Collections library (or just Google Collections) is an extension to the Java Collections Framework. As the name implies, its developed and maintained by Google. The library is available under the Apache 2.0 license and can be downloaded from Google Code Hosting.
“Eclipse is at a cross-roads: it has more users than ever before but also less committer involvement than ever before.” […]
On January 27th 2010, Oracle Corporation posted a press release on their official website, announcing that they had finalised their long-delayed acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
The Apache Lucene project has announced the release of version 0.6 of its Apache Tika subproject. Apache Tika is a […]
The Apache OpenJPA project has announced the release of the first beta of OpenJPA 2.0.0. OpenJPA 2.0.0 Beta  is […]