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.
The results for the second round of voting in the Eclipse logo competition, are now in! 1196 people participated in […]
Industry analyst James Governor has posted a blog indicating that Android seems to be growing at an impressive rate.
Version 0.0.1 of Qwickie is now available. Qwuickie is an Eclipse plugin for Apache’s Java Webframework Wicket. With this plugin, […]
Tonny Madsen, CEO of The RCP Company, has reached a satisfactory conclusion after a long debate about the use of Dependency Injection (DI)in e4.
Version 1.4 of tarlog-plugins is now available to download. This plugin adds a number of features to Eclipse, including the […]
Apache CouchDB 0.11.0 is now available. Apache CouchDB is a document-oriented database, which offers incremental replication with bi-directional conflict detection […]
Enterprises are realising that collaboration holds the key to their future. This has made Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), a technology to watch. The global ESB market is on its way to reach $639.1 million by 2015. It is also becoming more affordable for mid-size companies to deploy ESBs.
Social news website Reddit have revealed that they are now running with their persistent cache backed by Cassandra, after encountering problems with their persistent cache, memcacheDB.
Alex Maccaw has released a new Rails library, Supermodel. Supermodel uses Rails 3.0’s ActiveModel defined interfaces for Rails to provide […]
After his JAX London keynote on OSGI in the enterprise, JAXenter caught up with Kirk Knoershild to get his advice on building flexible software systems, and how he sees modularity relating to OSGi. Stay tuned for Part Two!