OSGi DevCon is returning to London for the second year running, once again in cooperation with JAX London!
In September 2010, IBM software engineer Holly Cummins will deliver two sessions at JAX London Autumn Edition 2010. JAXenter.com caught […]
With JAX London Autumn Edition 2010 coming up, we take a look back at the Agile Day of the first ever JAX London.
JAXenter spoke with co-lead of the EJB 3.0 and JPA 1.0 specifications, and co-author of the ‘Pro EJB 3: Java Persistence API’ reference book, Mike Keith, about the increasing overlap between OSGi and Java EE, and how this new relationship could effect future versions of the Java EE.
jaxenter caught up with JAX London speaker and author of ‘JavaServer Faces in Action,’ Kito Mann, to ask him about JSF support for Scala, Spring and Groovy, and how to integrate emerging JVM languages with JavaServer Faces Polyglot.
At last month’s JAX London conference, JAX TV caught up with JRuby Core Developer Charles Nutter to talk about his new programming language, Duby. We found out how Duby sets out to provide an alternative language for implementing JRuby, and what motivated him to create a new language for the JVM
The first ever JAX conference hosted in London took place last week. A big thank you to all who attended […]
Today, JAX London is running in parallel with OSGi DevCon London, with up to four sessions running concurrently. JAX London […]
Today saw the first ever JAX conference in London, with an opening day timetable concentrating on Ruby on Rails, JavaServer […]
Charles Nutter has released version 0.0.2 of the “Ruby with static types” experimental language, Duby. Duby is statically typed and […]
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….
OSGi’s official OSGi London DevCon is to be run in cooperation with JAX London. The event will be held at […]