Silicon Valley has been intensely breeding unicorns in the past year, but the rest of the world is now claiming its piece of the billion dollar pie. Five global tech startups are now officially unicorns after raising a total of $858 million.
Joost van de Wijgerd, the co-founder and CTO of trading app BUX, offers insight into the making of this Amsterdam-based company and proves that innovation goes hand in hand with product ideas, not necessarily with technical architecture. Plus, he offers a sneak peek into his JAX Finance session.
Created by those behind Apache Hive and Facebooks analytics platform, is Qubole more than just another Big-Data-as-a-service startup?
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The company behind OpenStack are looking to break down the walls for cloud, by investing in new thinking Java PaaS Cumulogic
In his presentation at JAXConf 2012, Eberhard Wolff of adesso discusses the impact of new platforms such as NoSQL, DevOps, and the cloud on the future of Enterprise Java. Java EE has long enjoyed broad support across the industry through companies like IBM, Oracle, and SAP, but Java developers need to be prepared to tackle the challenges and opportunities presented by new startup-fueled technologies. Image courtesy of iowa_spirit_walker on Flickr. Check out more JAXconf sessions and keynotes on Marakana
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