VMware have created a new VMware Labs website to share internal engineering projects not yet ready for inclusion in VMware’s […]
Chris Aniszczyk has created a series of templates to be used for the scheduled reviews of proposed Eclipse.org projects. As […]
The final release of JBoss Tools 3.1 is now available to download. JBoss Tools 3.1 Final introduces support for JBoss […]
The latest blog post in the long-waging ‘which is the better build tool, Maven or Ant?’ debate, argues that the […]
CPU Sim 3.5.2, a Java application for designing simple computer CPU’s at the microcode level, is now available to download. […]
e4 committer Tom Schindl has posted a blog giving an insight into the development currently underway on the workbench model. […]
Palm have announced the public beta release of the Plug-In Developer Kit (PDK) for webOS SDK. The PDK component brings […]
Scalamodules, which proposes to “”employ the power of the Scala programming language to ease OSGi development” has been approved as […]
Is it possible to achieve zero defects?
According to Independent Eclipse Consultant Madhu Samuel, it depends on who you ask that question to.
The results of round one of the Eclipse.org logo competition are now in! 2128 people voted on a ‘modernized’ logo […]
Mozilla have announced the first milestone release of their Jetpack Software Development Kit (SDK). Jetpack SDK 0.1 ships with an […]
The enterprise-grade build system Gradle and JFrog have announced they are to collaborate on a series of technical solutions. JFrog […]
The NetBeans Team have announced the return of its NetCAT and NetFIX community testing programs, for the NetBeans IDE 6.9 […]
As those hooked into the Twittersphere might already be aware, this week has seen some debate about the effect open sourcing the Java platform has had on the number of Java developers which inevitably leads to the question ‘just how many Java developers are there?’