New JVM framework is designed for event and data-driven applications – but is it too late to compete with Atmosphere and Vert.x?
With SpringSource and Cloud Foundry technologies finding a new home at Pivotal, Wavemaker is shown the door.
The silence is over – what is the grand plan for Cloud Foundry and Spring middleware? Paul Maritz has the answers.
After the launch of Spring for Apache Hadoop in February, SpringSource reveal their next move. Will it be Pivotal?
SpringSource release their Hadoop-helping project for Spring users, which aims to streamline the heavy lifting process for newcomers.
A tentative roadmap for the enterprise Java framework has been released, but is it enough to stay relevant?
Ideas surrounding Springs Scala move surface – question is, can it help turn things round?
The transfer of key technologies and projects across to a new home could give new life to Spring and Cloud Foundry
Johnson to join as a member of Board of Directors to help oversee the development of Scala and related stack.
In this JAXconf talk, Josh Long, Spring Developer Advocate for SpringSource, walks you through some of the changes in Spring Framework 3.1. He discusses Environment abstraction and profiles, Java-based application configuration, servlet 3.0 based web applications, and a whole lot more. Filming courtesy of Marakana Tech TV More videos on open source development at http://marakana.com/s/
JAX Conference Chair Sebastian Meyen offers his views on what changes Java needs to make to continue along the right path
Spring’s modern database plans are all coming together – we take an in-depth look into the project itself.
After its initial splash in January, rapid response unit RRiBit has unleashed its second version, a much more comprehensive offering. Can it gain traction?
A Java EE visionary departs VMware, so where do SpringSource go from here.