Diana Kupfer talks to Tamar Cohen, who works with NASA Ames’ Intelligent Robotics group.
IBM’s Holly Cummins and ‘Diabolical Developer’ Martijn Verburg discuss ways of overcoming complexity in software development. Recorded at JAX London 2012.
Following Julys proposal, the Expert Group agrees with Mark Reinhold to defer the project until Java 9
The fallout from the proposed Project Jigsaw deferral continues. After Mark Reinhold discounted OSGi, the OSGi Alliance have their say.
Mark Reinholds forthright explanation of Project Jigsaws delay has failed to quell dissent – but we agree that its probably the right call.
More than just a maintenance release, we learn where Gradle’s heading for the future
Keeping an eye on the brightest sparks entering Google’s Summer of Code is no easy task, and we managed to miss the really cool Jenkins JaCoCo plugin from Ognjen Bubalo. Check it out
The latest release of the Eclipse flavoured version of JavaFX, bringing in some new features of both JavaFX 2.2 and of Eclipse Juno
Yesterday’s announcement that the module system (Project Jigsaw) would not make it into Java 8 has left the wider Java community headlong into debate. What do you think about the decision?
The latest release for Apache’s J2EE server brings it right up to date with full Java EE 6 compliance achieved
The OSGi Alliance reveals new specifications within the fifth release of their namesake framework – including new repository and resolver services
The ‘deeply scalable’ document-graph database has long been lurking around, but after length delays finally
Gyrex emerges after years of incubation with 1.0 version, incorporating the SPDY protocol
After a short period of inactivity, Virgo Tooling reaches another milestone, bringing new enterprise-level OSGi capabilities