Java compatible upstart makes its way into top of list of most searched for languages online for the first time.
In this live coding session from JAXConf 2013, Jeff Scott Brown, senior engineer at Pivotal, will demonstrate how to build the basics of a Twitter-like application using Grails and JMS. By bringing together Spring, JMS, and Java persistence techniques, Jeff reviews some advanced tips for constructing Grails apps that go beyond simple CRUD applications. Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
Increasing language fragmentation is biggest threat to Javas future, but its still riding high according to the latest rankings
Considered a huge part of big data project Spring XD, Reactor can process millions of events in seconds.
Javas alternative to node.js has made it out of development hell for its next big version.
John Stevenson helps us take our first steps with the functional and dynamic JVM language, in this taster of his Developer.Press title
Eclipses statically-typed JVM language has just received a bumper update. We talk to co-creator Sven Efftinge about the newest features.
A new update for the dynamic JVM language has arrived, ushering in concurrency framework GPars as well as important features.
The date and venue are set. Now its time to get your session abstracts in.
2013 is shaping up to be a big and exciting year in Java development. Heres five reasons why…
Embracing the multicore age is key for Java and Groovy developers. GPars’ first full version will guide you along the way
Thoughtworks Software Architect Neal Ford discusses with Mirko Schrempp how developers can approach the new thinking paradigm that comes essentially with functional languages such as Clojure or Scala. Whether you like it or not, functional concepts are coming to Java, so you ought to be prepared.
Java 8 will bring lambda function and closures to the Java-verse. These tools will revolutionize programming using Java, leading to shorter more declarative code. But how can we prepare ourselves for this? Are closures actually the most important thing for Java ever? Russel Winder has the answers.