An intriguing new project from the Viaboxx Systems team looks to make team communication simple, with Flurfunk. We think there’s potential here…
For the radical Zing JVM to gain traction against the more seasoned options, an open source version was always on the cards. Now it’s here
Two months on from releasing the beta, Oracle have let the latest version of their multilingual IDE into the wild
After a decade of development, Oracle decides to axe the long-running high performance language project.
Philadelphia Java User Group founder Dave Fecak offers advice to Java developers – try something else. Is it too earlier to say?
Rich Hickey provided a convincing argument for a developer rethink of values, whilst Jez Humble’s whistle-stop tour of continuous delivery.
All the action from Day Two of JAXconf – including the reveal of the winners from the JAX Innovation Awards
It’s less two weeks until our sister conference – excuse us for overflowing with excitement. Here we’ll preview the keynotes for the conference
Big Data headache? Worry no more – Cascading 2.0 is here to solve it.
After much deliberation, the Jury members have decided on the Top 5 finalists in each category!
A VMware sponsored project appears with its first final version – can it challenge Node and Akka?
Great news everyone – JAX London is back this October and you can submit your proposals right now…
The Lisp offshoot for the JVM has been garnering a lot of praise recently, and an interview with its creator reveals their aspiration to tackle the green droid next.
With the additional of three major languages, continuous integration environment Travis begins its assault on Java.