Scala? Bor-ing. Here are five weird and wonderful projects that demonstrate the diversity of the JVM platform.
SkySQL merges with Montys Widenius MariaDB and gains a huge partner in the same week.
The father of Java will advise the AWS-compatible company on matters of performance and scalability.
The company behind OpenStack are looking to break down the walls for cloud, by investing in new thinking Java PaaS Cumulogic
Mark Reinholds forthright explanation of Project Jigsaws delay has failed to quell dissent – but we agree that its probably the right call.
A familiar motto from two Sun veterans who have founded a new Java mobile SDK, set to go toe-to-toe with PhoneGap
In the midst of reform, the OSI gets the perfect man as president to oversee it
Oracle and Google put forward their closing arguments as Judge Alsup sends the jury away to consider their verdict
Both sides have now rested their cases after a feisty round of rebuttals. Now it’s down to the jury. James Gosling also reiterated his views on the case
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
The saga continues with Google CEO Larry Page edgy and evasive in court under cross-examination
It’s 21 years since Sun Microsystems, Inc. started to develop Java technology. We take a walk down memory lane.
Examination shakeup means budding developers will pay more to earn their stripes