Topic: java

Java not a minefield despite Oracle litigation

Oracle’s litigation over its Java patents isn’t helping Java’s reputation, but it’s also not scaring everyone out of the pool … continue reading

Oracle to scale back features for JDK 7

The project team will ditch modularization, closures and Project Coin in favor of a 2011 release date … continue reading

Ehcache looks to nip Java garbage collection issue in the bud

Terracotta releases a public beta test of the distributed in-memory cache project, hoping to address this Java problem … continue reading

Ehcache looks to nip Java garbage collection issue in the bud

Terracotta releases a public beta test of the distributed in-memory cache project, hoping to address this Java problem … continue reading

JavaOne returns with an Oracle twist

Oracle OpenWorld will be bigger than ever this year as the event adds JavaOne to the schedule … continue reading

Oracle sues Google

The company claims that Android violates Sun’s Java patents … continue reading

Google buys Java tools from Instantiations

GWT Designer top enticement for Google to buy Java, Web Toolkit tools; Smalltalk tools remain at Instantiations. … continue reading

JRuby team lays groundwork for optimizations

JRuby 1.6 comes with hooks for OpenJDK 1.0 that will eliminate the need for JVM workarounds … continue reading

SonarJ knows your Java application’s Structural Debt Index

Architecture tool matches the models inside developers’ heads to the actual structure of Java applications … continue reading

Terracotta boosts size of in-memory storage in latest release

Ehcache 2.2 can now hold more than 1TB of data in memory … continue reading

From the Editors: One Java to rule them all

The editors discuss Java coalescing under OpenJDK, and Google’s newfound attitude towards the competition … continue reading

Java EE 6: An easier path to the Web

The framework is still functioning, with a new REST API and a slimmed down Web Profile … continue reading

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