Topic: java

Java SE 7 arrives, based on OpenJDK

Release comes with JVM support and an updated XML stack … continue reading

Java EE: The state of the environment

Confusion and trepidation over the platform is giving way, now that Oracle has confirmed its commitment to it … continue reading

From the Editors: A new spring for Java

Spring’s competition with Java provides a good avenue to streamline Java; Amazon’s recent troubles should are a lesson for IT … continue reading

Scala creator co-creates company: Typesafe

Typesafe will give Scala developers a stack for building applications in the same vein as Erlang OTP … continue reading

Red Hat lays out plans for Java EE 7

These JCP specifications for Java EE 7 kick off the long process toward formal standardization … continue reading

EclipseCon heralds new day for Java

This summer’s Indigo release train is set to come in as planned, but will support for Java 7 also be in on time? … continue reading

JRuby comes to Windows with 1.6 release

Ruby on Java project updates to be compatible with Ruby 1.9, also heads towards OpenJDK handlers for JVM-based languages … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Java, the Smithsonian and Android Honeycomb

Android’s success proves that Java’s not dead … continue reading

Oracle responds to Hudson/Jenkins fork

Oracle’s Ted Farrell expresses surprise, anger about being left out of decision process surrounding Hudson’s future … continue reading

Letters to the Editor: Scripting languages are here to stay

One reader believes that Python and Ruby on Rails’ value to Web development means that they will keep going strong … continue reading

Pervasive DataRush 5.0 not just for Java anymore

New version of software development platform increases Hadoop integrations, expands capabilities to other languages on JVM … continue reading

Eclipse is readying a brand-new Web-based IDE

Project Orion is aimed directly at Web developers … continue reading

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