Version 1.2.5 of XOM is now available to download. XOM is an open source, XML object model. XOM has a […]
Right now, OSGi is the most widely acclaimed technology that nobody is using, writes Kirk Knoerschild.
AMD have blogged about their new solution for overcoming the problem of the code cache of compiled Java methods becoming […]
The Java Runtime Environment has received a security update to JRE 6 Update 19. This update adds seven new root […]
Develop and deploy JavaFX applications from within the Eclipse IDE.
Version 0.6 of JFXtras is now available. JFXtras is a third party library of JavaFX add-ons. It features a wide […]
A first draft of the Ruby Packaging Standard is now online. This document aims to specify a common structure for […]
The father of Java leaves Sun/Oracle but what has he contributed in the last ten years?
The Nutch team have hinted at some of the features we can expect in Nutch 2.0. Nutch is open source […]
Charles Nutter has set the JRuby community a challenge: create a 100% working Nokogiri Java port ready for the JRuby […]
James Gosling, the software guru who developed Java programming language, has resigned from Oracle. He has announced on his blog that he quit on April 2, 2010.
Rémy Rakic has blogged about his new project, the Shizzle CSS selector engine for Java and Swing. It supports the […]
Version 1.0.0 M1a of LogSaw is now available. LogSaw is an Eclipse-based log file viewer powered by the Apache Lucene […]