Nominations for the Ruby Hero Awards are now open. The Ruby Hero Award looks to recognise developers who create educational […]
JDK/JRE 6u19 is now available. This release adds seven new root certificates, and removes three root certificates. Five root certificates […]
Design & Reuse Enterprise Intranet Platform have posted an article describing IDEs as the cockpit for the software engineer.
Version 1.1.0 of Eclipse Navigator Extension is now available. This plugin allows the developer to add context menu action in […]
A beta of version 1.0.0 of Eclipse Runner is now available. The Eclipse Runner plugin extends the capability of running […]
Version 1.5 of Rhodes is now available. Rhodes is a framework for building locally executing mobile applications for smartphone devices, […]
Version 5.12 of TestNGj is now available. TestNG is a testing framework based on JUnit and Nunit, with additional features […]
Dustin Marx has blogged about a phobia unique to the software industry: sqlphobia.
The MongoDB team have released version 1.4.0. MongoDB is an open source, document-orientated database. With this version, MongoDB has received […]
Spiceworks have released version 4.6 of their IT desktop. New with version, is the ability to view and kill processes […]
Mozilla have released the results of a survey conducted in November 2009, where they collected data from 5,054 developers spread […]
Thomas Kratz has blogged about what features he’d like to see in e4. Contrary to some other posts in the […]
Adam Bien has shared his thoughts on whether JavaFX is ready for the enterprise, discussing both the positives, and the […]
Chris Aniszczyk has posted his advice on getting involved in open source, under the mantra of Find your passion. Contribute to it. Brand yourself.