The numbers aren’t looking so pretty. Security professionals from around the globe agree that security tools are not fit for the cloud.
What technologies are you interested in this year? The goal of our annual survey is to find out which languages, frameworks and tools are particularly exciting for you in 2018. Have a say in this year’s trends!
Alex Zhitnitsky talks us through the main features of seven helpful tools that every Java developer should know.
Raygun, Stack Hunter, Sentry, Takipi and Airbrake: Five modern developer tools to help you crush bugs before bugs crush your app.
RebelLabs has created a list of the modern tech world’s most popular new programs and languages how many do you know?
Zeroturnarounds latest update to its redeployment-avoiding flagship tool brings plenty of fun for Java devs
Can the ubiquitous compiling tools first release in three years make up for the widely-panned Make 3.82?
Eclipse’s open browser-based platform may still be in incubation, but is well on its way to building success, as 0.5 M2 showcasing just what it has to offer
JBoss Tools 3.2 Beta 2 and JBoss Developer Studio 4 Beta 2.
The Apache Velocity Team release new versions of their template engine and collection of Java classes.
AJDT targeting Eclipse 3.6 is now available for download. The AspectJ Development Tools (AJDT) project provides Eclipse-based tool support for AOSD […]
VMware have released a free version 7.1 Beta of their VMware Workstation. This releases ships with VMware Player 3.1 and […]
The first public release of the ‘Rabbit’ plugin for Eclipse, is now available to download. Rabbit collects data on which […]
We talked to Kentarou Fukuda in the Eclipse Accessibility Tools Framework, part of the new Eclipse Galileo Release.