Are Perl’s days numbered? As Python continues to rise up the TIOBE Index, Perl lands in its all-time lowest spot on the charts. However, don’t be so quick to declare its death. Let’s take a look at this programming language, its waning popularity, and what its current developers are using it for. (Did you know DuckDuckGo uses Perl?)
Christmas has come early for Perl practitioners, with Perl 6.0 officially unveiled by Larry Wall. More than a decade late, the announcement is still being taken with a grain of salt by some, but the language’s creator assures us that work is most definitely progressing.
The enterprise search engine has been released (mostly) under a GPL license. Can it challenge the established order of Solr and ElasticSearch?
Liferay’s James Falkner explores the ever-evolving world of web development – from its early static HTML days to the modern frameworks of today.
German company Froglogic have leapt to join in on Eclipse Juno, making their automated testing tool Squish support the latest Eclipse release
A little over a month after intimating its open source intentions, Red Hat reveal OpenShift Origin to the masses to use as they see fit
Craved data interchange format is billed as the natural successor to XML
The Eclipse browser gets compendium of new perks just in time for the holidays!
Bug Fixes for Talend Open Studio ETL tool.
HTTP/JSON-based access to JMX MBeans registered within the application server, with Jmx4Perl.
Version 0.70 of Jmx4perl is out now. Jmx4perl provides an agent-based approach for accessing Java EE Server management interfaces. A […]