The JCP minutes become public, offering a new insight into the Harmony dispute.
GlassFish community lead says so long.
Mike Gualtieri has written that all innovations in Java are constrained by the underlying platform, and it’s time for the enterprise to move on.
The SIA has filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice, over Oracle’s support policies.
Thomas Kurian gives community an insight into the future of OpenJDK, Java SE, GlassFish and NetBeans.
We will invest over $4 billion in research and development this year, so our already robust product portfolio is only going to get stronger, said Oracle President, Mark Hurd.
PLUS, second RC of JPA Diagram Editor 0.5 and first milestone for XQDT 0.8.0.
Senior software engineer Ludovic Poitou announces his final day at the company, will be 15th September, 2010.
NetApp and Oracle agree to dismiss their pending patent litigation without prejudice.
Oracle release Oracle Solaris 10 9/10, Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3 and Oracle Solaris Studio 12.2.
After months of silence, Oracle finally make an announcement on the future of Java: that they are suing Google over the Android OS……
James Gosling has blogged in answer to the community’s questions, regarding the Oracle/Google lawsuit.
I think its entirely possible that Oracle may wind up viewing Illumos as the upstream rather than the reverse! says Illumos project lead.
Although Microsoft may seem on the edge of the current Java patent wars, it could potentially have everything to gain in the fallout.