#java community process
As London Java Community and CloudBees assume their role on the JCP EC, Java EE/SE and ME join forces
London Java Community are re-elected, while PaaS provider CloudBees picks up the second open seat.
As the JCP undergoes renovation, theres seats to be filled in this years election. We talked to the runners and riders.
A new OpenJDK project encouraged by Oracle and AMD seeks to grasp GPU power from Java through hardware, in light of the emerging smartphone and tablet market. Too little too late?
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
Vote for the most prominent JCP members, Spec Leads and JSR over the past year.
A new name gains Java Champion status thanks to his work on JSR 354 and the Java Community Process for Credit Suisse
Oracle attempt to re-engage with the Java Community
Craved data interchange format is billed as the natural successor to XML
First JCP vote after reform raises future transparency concerns, as only Twitter and London Java Community flag up problems of expert group mailing list.
45% say JSR quality and speed will improve with the scheme implemented.
Thomas Kurian gives community an insight into the future of OpenJDK, Java SE, GlassFish and NetBeans.
Vote for YOUR JCP member of the year now! Nominations are open until 31st July, 2010.