At the Chirp developer conference, Twitter CEO Evan Williams revealed that they will offer an official Android Twitter client. Android […]
Comodo Security Solutions have released Comodo Dragon, based on the Chromium source code. Comodo Dragon adds ‘Incognito Mode’ to the […]
VMware and Salesforce.com have left a cryptic comment on their recently-launched joint VMforce.com website. The two companies will host a […]
Agile application lifecycle management company acquire Web-based Kanban board tool.
On April 5th, 2010, hackers broke into a server the Apache Software Foundation uses to keep track of software bugs, […]
Version 0.9.7 of easyb has been released. easyb is a BDD framework that provides a domain specific language for application […]
Mia-Software has joined the Eclipse Foundation as an associate member. Paris-based Mia-Software specialises in a Model-Driven approach to application lifecycle […]
Version 1.8 of IcedTea6 is now available. This release has been updated to OpenJDK6 b18, and features updated timezone data […]
Google CEO Eric Schmidt recently spoke to 400 CIOs at Atmosphere conference for CIOs. The future of enterprise software depends on two platforms — web and mobile, and one principle – sharing and collaboration. Companies and individuals are building apps out of the equivalent of scripts. These apps contrast with traditional IT apps which are complex, expensive, inflexible and take years to build. But web apps need not replicate all the features of legacy apps. Getting 80% of their features is enough. Over the next 5 to 10 years, mobility will be the way to provision enterprise resources and put your best team to build mobile apps. Mr Schmidt covers many questions you may have had on the new ways of doing IT business: third party developers, cloud, scale, cost, HTML 5 an
Version 1.0 RC2 of the Scooter framework is now available. The Scooter framework is a RESTful, pure Java web framework […]
The Java Deployment Toolkit has a bug that causes it to perform insufficient validation of parameters, according to Tavis Ormandy. […]
Will OSGi ever move into the mainstream?
In the 2010 edition of the annual BPM Pulse survey, 500 small, medium and large companies took part. Their response gives a good snapshot of where BPM stands today.
An initial release of Workflow Visualiser is now available. This tool exports graphical representations of the workflows included in the […]