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.
An audience with the outspoken creator of Joda-Time, ElSql and the upcoming JSR-310 spec, Stephen Colebourne.
Six months on from the initial arrival, the modernised Tomcat gets a fresh lick of paint
After a lot of JCP wrangling, the Date Time API looks set for Java 8
Java Community Process committees vote for sweeping changes to EC structure as well as electoral reform.
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.
Rising from the embers of the Social Media API, the open source framework Agorava is hoping to inject some life into Java and archaic social media connections
Red Hat have yet again made a cloud announcement – this time letting JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 go GA
A new name gains Java Champion status thanks to his work on JSR 354 and the Java Community Process for Credit Suisse
Details have emerged from Oracle over how the JCP will change over the coming months to modify the legal agreement for JSRs, hopefully making things more open than they currently are.
We chat to Oracle’s JSF Spec Lead Ed Burns about the latest work going towards JavaServer Faces 2.2, which should arrive in June.