The polyglot asynchronous framework looks set to take up residence at Eclipse, following intense community discussion.
Now the creator has left VMware, where does it leave the asynchronous framework likened to node.js
The date and venue are set. Now its time to get your session abstracts in.
2013 is shaping up to be a big and exciting year in Java development. Heres five reasons why…
A month on from its initial arrival, Eclipse Magazins Diana Kupfer sat down with project lead Ken Walker to discuss its impact and the next moves for Eclipse Orion
Another feather landed in node.js cap today as AWS released an official SDK written specifically for the trendy JS-based environment.
A team-up with PaaS specialists Engine Yard is likely to bring Ruby, PHP and node.js support to Oracle Cloud.
The on-premise version of VMwares in-beta cloud platform Micro Cloud Foundry has this week received a huge update, bringing with it several new features.
Mike Milinkovich congratulates the Orion team as they put the seal of approval on the first dot release.
As well as the big-name keynotes, there were tens of other sessions going on during the first day of JAX London.
Heroku changes their PaaS thinking – to include Java fully at an enterprise level. Can they make an impact?
Unless youve been living under a rock for the last five years, youve probably heard a lot of buzz surrounding clouds, and unless somebodys given you a clear, specific introduction, youre no doubt leery of the term. Andy Piper and Josh Long dig deeper into Cloud Foundry
Dart’s server-side ambitions were given a big boost over the weekend with the release of mod_dart, a module that embeds the Dart VM directly into Apache