Vice President of Development at Oracle, resurrected the old Java paradigm of Write Once, Run Anywhere during the Silicon Valley giant’s 27th January webcast, where Oracle unveiled their plans for Java ME and Java SE. Oracle proposed the unification of the SE and ME APIs, which would make it possible to write applications once, and then run them on a variety of devices from mobile phones, to flat-screen TVs, to desktop computers.
Committers to the Apache Beehive project have voted to retire the project due to inactivity. Apache Beehive was an object […]
The Object Teams project has just been created as an incubator project at eclipse.org after passing through the project proposal […]
Voting for the 2010 Eclipse Board opens on February 2nd. Voting closes on the 12th March. This year, the Committer […]
Apache Ant have released version 1.8.0 of the Java-based build tool for download. This release includes numerous bug fixes, a […]
A first beta of the proposed Eclipse project, Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) Build Manager has been announced. The EMF Builder […]
The Apache Tuscany team have released version 1.6 of the runtime environment based on the Service Component Architecture (SCA). Project […]
A few weeks ago, JAXenter reported that Ian Skerrett had created an e4 Evangelism page for the forthcoming next generation […]
Infrastructure software providers Terracotta and Eucalyptus Systems Inc have announced a partnership to provide enterprises with an open source solution […]
SciGen Technologies have created PosterGenius, the first application specifically designed for the creation of scientific posters – with a little […]
The Economist has published a thought-provoking article that poses the thorny question: do patents help or hinder innovation?
The NetBeans team have released Patch1 for the NetBeans IDE version 6.8. The patch fixes bugs in modules for Java, […]
The Milton team have released version 1.5.1 of their open-source, server-side Java-based API for exposing the data in a web […]
A few days after a statement was posted on Kenai.com giving users of the open source hosting service sixty days […]