BiteScript have released version 0.0.5 of their Ruby Domain Specific Language for emitting Java bytecode. Bitescript supports executing in a […]
After pulling the plug on Sun’s Project Wonderland, it has been announced that Sun’s open source application server for multiplayer […]
There’s something of a buzz around Groovy++ at the moment. With that in mind, JAXenter caught up with Groovy, Grails, and gpars committer Dierk König, to find out more about Groovy++, ahead of his Groovy-centric talks at JAX London….
JBoss have announced a first release candidate for object/relational persistence and query service Hibernate version 3.5.0. The open source project […]
Qualcomm and Oracle have announced the availability of Oracle’s Sun Java Wireless Client for Qualcomm’s Brew Mobile Platform (Brew MP). […]
The jconch (formerly Java CONCurrency Handler) team have announced version 1.2 of their implementations for common tasks in mulithreaded Java […]
Is SAP a great case study on the ways in which proprietary companies can engage with the open source community? […]
ItsNat have announced version 0.7.0.2 of their Java AJAX Component based Web Framework. ItsNat uses pure (X)HTML templates and pure […]
The JAutodoc team have released version 1.6.0 of their Eclipse-based plugin for adding file headers and Javadoc to your source […]
On 27th January, the IT world sat down and watched Oracle’s five hour long webcast, hoping for the answers to questions we’d been debating for nine months. How would Oracle manage the obvious overlap in their own portfolio, and that of the newly-acquired Sun Microsystems? How would they propose to handle two popular Java Virtual Machines Hotspot and JRockit? And what of their two application servers GlassFish and WebLogic? In this article, Java EE expert Dirk Weil gives an in-depth analysis of Oracle’s statements and whether, in his opinion, Oracle was able to lay some of our questions to rest……..
The Ripplet team have released a beta of version 0.8.1 of their open source load test framework for Mac. Ripplet […]
Google have announced the release of version 1.3.1 of their App Engine SDK for both Python and Java. Version 1.3.1 […]
Are there too many programming languages? Is it time to put a few to bed? Nikita Ivanov, a member of […]