Topic: oracle

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

From the Editors: Consulting the Oracle

Oracle’s recent moves regarding Google and OpenSolaris get mixed reactions; accessibility for Web 2.0 technologies is good … continue reading

Windows & .NET Watch: Big business behaving badly

Anyone who is surprised about Google’s, Oracle’s or any other large company’s actions needs to recognize what’s going on … 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

From the Editors: Keeping Sun’s open-source software open

Oracle’s lawsuit against Google over Java is very troubling; the future of multicore development looks bright now … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Big companies behaving oddly

Some needless blunders from the big names in the computer industry leave Alan scratching his head … continue reading

Oracle closes OpenSolaris

A leaked internal memo shows Oracle planning to push OpenSolaris users towards regular Solaris … continue reading

Oracle sues Google

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

Zeichick’s Take: Unix is important, and Solaris is important

Despite talk that Solaris may be ending its run of support from Oracle, Solaris still is important enough to preserve … continue reading

Oracle jumps onboard the Eclipse Helios train

Eclipse 3.6-based development tools arrive for Fusion middleware, Oracle 11g and WebLogic … 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

Oracle brings Coherence to data analytics

Increased security, live data update and expanded support for transactional data are new features added by this update … continue reading

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