The Google Collections library (or just Google Collections) is an extension to the Java Collections Framework. As the name implies, its developed and maintained by Google. The library is available under the Apache 2.0 license and can be downloaded from Google Code Hosting.
The Apache OpenJPA project has announced the release of the first beta of OpenJPA 2.0.0. OpenJPA 2.0.0 Beta  is […]
The Bioclipse Team have announced the release of version 2.2.0 of Rich Client Platform (RCP) Bioclipse. Bioclipse is an open […]
Meikel Brandmeyer has announced the released version 1.3.0 of his Clojuresque project, formerly known as clj-gradle. Clojuresque is a plugin […]
Virtualisation software developer VMware have released a Java open source software development kit (SDK) for the VMware cloud computing initiative […]
Development infrastructure platform company Sonatype have announced the release of Nexus 1.5.0. Nexus Artifact Repository Manager is a tool for […]
The Apache Lenya team has announced the release of version 2.0.3 of the Java/XML Content Management System. Apache Lenya is […]
Oracle has revealed that it plans to discontinue the open source project host Project Kenai for public use. Oracle will […]
Andrew John Hughes has announced the release of IcedTea6 1.7 at his ‘GNU Classpath, OpenJDK and Other FOSS Development Work’ […]
DataFlow company SnapLogic have released Version 2.2 of their Data Integration framework SnapLogic DataFlow Server. New features in version 2.2 […]
This Wednesday is a strange day for the IT world.
Today, Apple is finally ready to introduce its new tablet, after over nine months of speculation. Full of childlike anticipation, we wait for the man in the polo neck to present it later today.
Also nine months ago, Oracle first announced its plans to acquire Sun Microsystems. After an agonising wait, the EU has finally given the deal the go ahead. Larry Ellison has chosen this same day to deliver his five-hour long statement on the Oracle/Sun situation.
Charles Phillips has announced that Oracle will be retaining the JavaOne conference brand, in addition to expanding the annual Java […]
The New York Times have reported that Oracle plans to lay off “fewer than 2,000 people.” However, Oracle did not […]
Version 0.3 of the stand-alone, Eclipse-based Memory Analyzer tool (MAT) has been made available for download. The open source Java […]