Topic: java

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

New Visual COBOL release deploys code to cloud and JVMs

Visual COBOL R3 enables developers to leverage more modern tools and platforms for COBOL applications … continue reading

Integration Watch: Java EE: The dead man walking

The drive toward small, user-made solutions will push Java’s future away from the cumbersome Java EE … continue reading

Oracle is leaving the door open for Apache at the JCP

Feud over TCK led Apache to quit board; others support foundation by felt advancing Java spec was more important for now … continue reading

Year in Review: Java

When Oracle brought IBM back to the JCP, the future of the language suddenly looked brighter … continue reading

A year of broad innovation

As acquisitions dominated the headlines, numerous other important developments may have slipped under the radar … continue reading

Apache resigns from JCP

Feud over the future of Java leads to the Apache Software Foundation leaving the executive committee of the JCP … continue reading

From the Editors: Oracle is making friends

Oracle’s moves regarding the OpenJDK have been brilliant so far; Apache, it’s time to give up over the Java SE 5 TCK … continue reading

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