As Oracle ends public support for Java SE 6, we reflect on the legacy of the only version to bridge the Sun-Oracle eras.
Stage one of Oracles huge migration of bug systems has been completed – a fully public bug tracker isnt far away.
An interesting blogpost from one developer reveals why he jacked in his daily routine to travel the world. Question is, would you do the same?
As the jury deliberate their verdict for the copyright portion of the trial, the father of Java reiterates his stance on the whole affair, offering further intriguing insight
An action packed day in California as Google and Oracle call a former Sun CEO apiece to bolster their case. Both also use dirty tactics to sully the other – quelle surprise.
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
Change of plans for Oracle’s OpenJDK as fully open JIRA is pushed further down the line
Hudson moves over the plugin architecture to Oracle servers. Looks like they are ready to attract some of those enterprise users back.
The Open Source Initiative announces affiliate program as they reform into a member-based organisation
The Java community continues to debate the HotSpot compiler shipped with Java 7.
Oracle announce the first new release of the core Java platform since they acquired Sun.
A RESTful approach to the Java EE 6 API.
PLUS, the results of March’s TIOBE Index and bug fixes for Apache Tomcat 7.0.11.
PLUS, IBM to patent the patent?