Oracle’s Attila Szegedi has been busy cooking up his brilliant new project Dynalink and now a 0.3 version and a swanky new website have emerged
German company Froglogic have leapt to join in on Eclipse Juno, making their automated testing tool Squish support the latest Eclipse release
The timing was perfect – at OSCON, the Open Source Initiative have open its doors to all
Philadelphia Java User Group founder Dave Fecak offers advice to Java developers – try something else. Is it too earlier to say?
Straight out of Boston, Red Hat reveal the business model behind their cloud platform, but aren’t leaving behind free Java cloud hosting entirely.
New Relic lets RedMonk delve into their data and they reveal some interesting industry-wide revelations.
A VMware sponsored project appears with its first final version – can it challenge Node and Akka?
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
New projection query for Google’s web-PaaS as well as improvements to APIs makes this release an important one for the Java supported project
Oracle rests their case and lets Google take the ball in copyright proceedings. Andy Rubin makes his third appearance in two days sparring over fragmentation plus Google exec chairman Eric Schmidt has his say
Major progress has been made towards Eclipse’s web-tooling home Orion, as they prepare for 1.0
The real-time Big Data platform gets a major release, just as enterprises really get their interest piqued by the field.
With LiveRebel 2.0 appearing recently, we wanted to talk to one of the key men behind it. We talk to ZeroTurnaround’s leader about the latest version and general Java goodness.
A new version of the comprehensive web portal, built on a Java framework has landed. Find all the details of what is new within…