Avatar’s days are numbered. After months of tumbleweed tumbling through the Avatar project, Oracle has performed a sharp u-turn and cancelled its plans for an Avatar 2.0 release.
In this new series of articles on testing, Daniel Witkowski identifies common mistakes made during performance testing and demonstrates how to use widely available free open source tools to find response time problems before they reach production.
Oracle has begun removing JAR files from the Java runtime system as it searches for the final piece of the Java modularization puzzle.
Alex Zhitnitsky takes us behind the scenes of Java 9 and shows us how new features come to life.
Groovy-ing it up since 2008, Griffon has released a number of changes to its Grails-inspired platform for JVM applications.
An easy introduction to the low-latency JVM framework Reactor – by Michael Nitschinger of Couchbase.
Project Panama is building a bridge to non-JVM libraries like C and C++. And it could be the most exciting Java 9 feature yet.
The realm of JVM-alternatives remains an exciting one. Version 2.7 of the JVM alternative brings a number of nice new features and performance updates.
Its got lambdas, its flawlessly interoperable with Java and its also a cinch to learn for Java devs. So whats the catch?
Raspberry Pi experts from around the world talk us through the nitty-gritty of Java on the Raspberry Pi.
Where have you been all this time? Erjang takes the nifty language of Erlang to the JVM.
2.11.2 now available from Maven Central, with 49 issues resolved and 70 pull requests reviewed and merged.
Java derivative language creator sees Groovy as the Swift-alike for Android programmers – and after all, the two have a lot in common.
Groovy hit the 3 million downloads mark in 2013! We met Guillaume Laforge at JAX 2014 to talk about what makes Groovy so groovy for developers and what new features the latest version 2.3 offers. Filmed at JAX 2014, Mainz, Germany.