The community-focused platform-as-a-service gets a big backer in Big Blue, who will contribute new tools and help set-up a new governance model
Continuing our Java EE series, JSR 352 lead Chris Vignola shows us around the batch processing specification and how it can be utilised.
Codenamed ‘Thunder’, this JBoss server is looking to shake things up a bit with the biggest release in the community’s history
New Relic survey of 1000 Java Enterprise users shows huge disparity between open source vendors and commercial server offerings from Oracle and IBM
New releases of MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench and MyEclipse Blue Edition.
PLUS, bugfixes for Gradle 0.9.1 and new DPJizer tool.
PLUS, first release from Apache Derby 10.7 branch.
In September 2010, IBM software engineer Holly Cummins will deliver two sessions at JAX London Autumn Edition 2010. JAXenter.com caught […]
The WebSphere V7 OSGi Application and JPA 2.0 feature pack is now generally available.
A beta of version 2009.3 of the Perforce Plug-in for Eclipse and WebSphere Studio(P4WSAD) is now available. P4WSAD allows access […]
JRebel version 3.0 is now available for download. JRebel is a productivity tool for Java EE development that maps the […]
Right now, OSGi is the most widely acclaimed technology that nobody is using, writes Kirk Knoerschild.
Jboss have announced version 1.0 of the Errai Google Web Toolkit-based Framework for building next-generation web applications. It is built […]