Bernard Escherich, an SAP strategic solution architect for healthcare, defence and public security and higher education, outlined his predictions for […]
Yesterday saw the release of the open beta of GemDev, an Eclipse-based IDE for GemStone Smalltalk developers. This is the […]
OSGi’s official OSGi London DevCon is to be run in cooperation with JAX London. The event will be held at […]
The Apache Software Foundation have launched a new Community Development project site that aims to help newcomers integrate into the […]
After its Geronimo v2.2 server passed SUN’s JEE5 Certification Test Suite, Apache’s roadmap for Geronimo 3.0 reveals the open source […]
Impala have announced the release of version 1.0 RC2 of their dynamic module framework. This second RC marks the introduction […]
The Maven team has announced the release of the Apache Parent Project Object Model Version 7, which provides a base […]
Xmappr, an 80kb library for mapping XML to Java classes, has been released for download. Xmappr has several interesting features, […]
SpringSource announced the general release of Spring Roo 1.0.0 on December 31st, after an extensive period of eight alpha releases […]
On December 30th, Google released version 1.0-final of its Google Collections Library, an extension of the Java Collection Framework. Google […]
A few weeks ago, JetBrains announced the open sourcing of its IDE platform IntelliJ IDEA. We spoke with Roman Strobl, technology evangelist at Jetbrains, about the goals of the new strategy, plans for the future and the new Community Edition of IntelliJ IDEA 9.
Craig Russell is a senior staff engineer at Sun Microsystems. He is specification lead for Java Data Objects (JSR 12 and 243) and leads the implementation team for its reference implementation and technology compatibility kit. In this interview we asked him about the new JPA 2.0 version, about persistence in general and the future of O/R mapping.
The JVM Language Summit 2009, a conference dedicated to the advancement of programming languages executing on top of the JVM, […]
Yesterday we heard the news, that the JRuby team at Sun Charles Nutter, Thomas Enebo and Nick Sieger are leaving the company and heading to Rails application hosting company Engine Yard. We talked to Charles Nutter to find out the circumstances and the future of JRuby.