After some delays, the new OSGi specification documents make their appearance, including the first ever Residential documentation.
The Eclipse Foundation has received a prestigious honour, the Software System Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery to put it amongst the pantheon of greats
Fast, fast, fast. Blazing fast. No doubt, that’s the main reason to love JBoss AS 7 but Dan Allen explores six more reasons why you should get behind JBoss Application Server 7
The cutting edge JBoss testing platform gets its final release, signalling its intentions for the future.
Peter Kriens last release for OSGi Alliance is a big one – OSGi Release 5 ushers in the long-awaited OSGi Requirement-Capability model
A dose of UI improvements for Eclipse’s release train Juno, set to arrive in June. We’re on the home straight now.
Apache seems on a mission to the clouds, giving the OSGi framework its full attention
They may have lost inspirational director and evangelist Peter Kriens, but receive huge boost for JavaSE 8 modularity
Burgeoning community gets new features such as ThreadPoolFactory
We speak to the Eclipse enthusiast about the first stable release of the IDE, based on Eclipse.
Final release candidate for Spring for their 3.1.0 launch, whilst Apache publicise the features behind Lucene and Solr 3.5
We talk with Ray about Liferay’s newest open source project
PLUS, Spring Social with Twitter and Facebook updates, and PrimeFaces 3.0 M3.
PLUS, GroovyServ 0.9 released, and the Kotlin issue tracker opened to public.