Bloggers debate how mixed open source and proprietary software companies should market themselves.
Open Core is currently the hot topic in the blogosphere. We take a look at where Open Core comes from, and the arguments for and against it as a business model.
According to the results of the Eclipse Community Survey 2010, Linux is currently gaining popularity with Eclipse users and, with the release of the Eclipse Linux Tools project as part of the Eclipse Helios release train, it seems likely Linux is going to retain this popularity.
eXo have announced eXo Web Content Management (WCM) 2.0. eXo WCM is a tool for creating, publishing and managing web […]
In the second installment of our interview with Dan Allen, we find out what Java EE 6 means for the future of Seam.
JAXenter speaks with ‘Seam in Action’ author Dan Allen on his work with Arquillian and Weld Maven as part of Seam 3, and how he came to be involved in Seam in the first place.
Organisations including CA Technologies, TM Forum, Red Hat, Carnegie Mellon University and Insight Investments have launched a new community-based web […]
Interview with Chris Aniszczyk on Eclipse’s increasing adoption as a runtime technology, modularity and e4.
EnterpriseDB have announced that the former Vice President of MySQL and Software Infrastructure at Sun Microsystems has joined the company […]
‘Important’ Security Updates for Red Hat’s Java-1.6.0-openjdk Packages.
JBoss have announced two new releases: JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform version 5.0, and JBoss Developer Studio 3.0
Red Hat has launched a new community forum dedicated to open source. opensource.com aims to highlight how open source affects […]
Craig Muzilla, Vice President of Middleware at Red Hat has released a statement congratulating Oracle on their impeding acquisition of […]