Whats the story between the ASFs objection to the Java Community Process and Javas Tech Compatibility Kits?
Java EE 7 arrives today. We spoke to Oracle VP of Software Development Anil Gaur to discuss the major enterprise release in more detail
From November’s JAX Magazine, we sat down with TomEE’s David Blevins to discuss the project that takes Tomcat one step further for this generation’s applications.
Following debate over TCKs in the JPA 2.1 Expert Group, we talked to Oliver Gierke about the situation in JSRs and what needs to be done about it.
We get the latest developments behind Oracle and Terracotta’s cooperation towards creating a standard API for caches
Oracle have submitted the first of two JSRs to change the JCP.
The JCP minutes become public, offering a new insight into the Harmony dispute.
Stephen Colebourne argues that Oracle and the community need one another.
Jim Jagielski posts alternative resignation notice.
The Apache Software Foundation concludes that that JCP is not an open specification process.
JSRs 334, 335, 336 and 337 pass the EC vote.
Brian Goetz reveals there will be public mailing and discussion lists for Project Lambda JSR.
Bob Lee has made the difficult decision to turn down an invitation to the Java SE 7 and 8 expert groups, claiming Java SE is not open enough for him.
Oracle and the ASF fire off another round of public responses.