Topic: java

Letters to the Editor: Underestimating Java

A reader rises to JavaOne’s defense; Microsoft has put itself into a corner with mobile … continue reading

From the Editors: Java needs new ideas, not a vague slogan

Next year’s JavaOne must have big news, unlike this year’s; one trip to Boston reveals much about software companies … continue reading

Rackspace creates SDKs for Java, PHP

The company is looking to spark development for its OpenStack-based cloud … continue reading

Oracle announces hybrid cloud

Oracle OpenWorld is highlighted by the forthcoming cloud offering, while Java remains relatively static … continue reading

Heroku embraces enterprise Java

PaaS firm announces $1,000 per month, per app pricing for hosting Java applications within its scalable Web platform … continue reading

Java 8 won’t be modular

OpenJDK 8 ditches Project Jigsaw in order to meet end-of-summer release date … continue reading

Oracle updates Java SE

Update 4 for Java SE 7 includes better garbage collection, and the first version of JavaFX to run on Mac OS X … continue reading

Analyst Watch: Java: Two years after Oracle

A lot of Java developers were worried about the company’s plans, but so far the language is thriving … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Java, Java everywhere

The results are in from SD Times’ Java & SOA Study, and it shows that out-of-date systems are still being widely used … continue reading

Letters to the Editor: Give superprogrammers their due

Readers disagreed with Larry O’Brien’s assertion that 10X superprogrammers are a myth … continue reading

NetBeans 7.1 focuses on the Web

New support for CSS3 supplements JavaFX 2.0 features and UI enhancements … continue reading

Look what 2011 washed in: The return of Java

Oracle’s stewardship has led to real progress for the venerable coding language … continue reading

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