With the additional of three major languages, continuous integration environment Travis begins its assault on Java.
InfoWorld spares Oracle’s blushes after unearthing fundamental design flaw in various database products.
The market for Cloud solutions for Java applications remains very exciting.
The first release of Seam JCR Module and TestNG 6.0 released.
PLUS, DropBox turns 1.0 and rumours circulate around Android’s ‘Honeycomb’ release.
PLUS, Grails 1.3.6, Groovy 1.8-beta-3 and GreenHopper 5.4 released.
PLUS, beta of Confluence InPlace Editor 0.9.1 aims to address Confluence’s lack of ‘sectional’ editing.
Yii-based Chive MySQL database management tool, reaches 0.4.0 release.
Henrik Ingo accuses Monty Program AB of ‘it’s us and them’ attitude towards external contributors.
New support for generating source code from jpa annotated beans with dzo 2.0.0.
New release from database server that offering drop-in replacement functionality for MySQL
Support for pluggable authentication and proxy users is added for latest MySQL release.
Oracle post statement that aims to clear up lingering rumours regarding changes at MySQL.
Version 0.8.0 of DiffKit supports MySQL.