After Kim Moir announced her appointment to the Eclipse Architecture Council and hinted at a few changes she’d like to […]
The source bundle for OpenJDK 6 b19 is now available. This release features regression tests previously published in JDK 7, […]
Aviad Rivlin has blogged about the upcoming Enhancement Package 2 for SAP NetWeaver 7.0. SAP NetWeaver is a platform for […]
JAXenter speaks to Eike Stepper about the advantages of model-driven software development.
Global Industry Analysts (GIA) has estimated that the SOA software market would reach US $21 billion by the year 2015. […]
Gartner has published a list of ‘cool’ business process management (BPM) vendors for 2010. They are: BizAgi, ICCM Solutions, PNMsoft, […]
Milos Kleint has announced that he is leaving Sun/Oracle and taking a position at Sonatype. Kleint has worked on NetBeans […]
Eclipse committer John Arthorne has posted at the E4-dev mailing list, calling for early adopter testers of the Eclipse 4.0 […]
Is overcoming the learning curve of OSGi today, worth modularity tomorrow?
Oracle have released patches for two vulnerabilities (CVE-2010-0886 and CVE-2010-0887) that affect Oracle Java SE and Oracle Java For Business, […]
Nick Boldt has simplified the self-bootstrapping process for Athena builds. The infrastructure is already in place for developers wishing to […]
JRuby version 1.5.0.RC1 is out now! The 1.5.0 RC1 development cycle has been the longest cycle yet, taking nearly five […]
A conversation about the Eclipse Modeling Framework, the perspectives of modeling beyond the scope of software development, the cooperation with Mircosoft and the relation between Modeling and Coding.
While it is good that partners are alert to the opportunities on the cloud, there is no sign of anyone abandoning on-premise cash cows.