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  • OSGi updates Java bundling spec as Jigsaw hovers on horizon

    Modular OSGi is seen as more for systems programmers than mainstream developers. New resolver hook updates can be complex, and may be difficult for mainstream developers. 

  • The World Wide Web celebrates its 20th anniversary

    Some differ on when it was born, but by some measures the World Wide Web turned 20 last weekend. Tim Berners-Lee introduced his proposal for a "WorldWideWeb" to CERN on November 12, 1990. 

  • Does anything change with Oracle and IBM's announcement to support OpenJDK?

    Oracle and IBM announced that the companies will collaborate to allow developers and customers to build and innovate based on existing Java investments and the OpenJDK reference implementation. Specifically, the companies will collaborate in the Open... 

  • SOA in fashion: New Look develops iLook Enterprise Social Network with Oracle Universal Content Mana

    New Look says it is using Oracle Universal Content Management as the platform for its iLook enterprise social network enabling the international fashion retailer to connect and collaborate with its 27,000 employees and business partners worldwide. 

  • Oracle streamlines distributed caching with Eclipse IDE plug-in

    A major upgrade to Oracle's tools includes a plug-in for distributed caching design, Eclipse 3.6 (Helios), and GlassFish. Such tools can help usher in a new crop of highly scalable cloud computing applications. 

  • Running Groovy, PHP on IBM JVM

    One of the most vibrant trends in Java in recent years has been the growth of support for non-Java languages on the JVM. PHP, Groovy, Ruby – these and other dynamic scripting languages have obtained a place in the application development life c... 

  • SAP CEO Leo Apotheker resigns

    SAP CEO Léo Apotheker has resigned after less than a year as the sole CEO of SAP. Executives Jim Hagemann Snabe and Bill McDermott will take over as co-CEOs. McDermott currently heads up the field organization and Hagemann Snabe heads up produ... 

  • Sun Microsystems releases Java EE6, NetBeans 6.8 and GlassFish v3

    Even as the European Commission was holding a hearing on concerns from the Oracle-Sun acquisition on Thursday, Sun Microsystems released three much-awaited items. 

  • Viewers not convinced by Oracle reassurances

    Oracle released an FAQ meant to assure users of Sun's open source tools Glassfish and Netbeans that it plans to continue to support the technologies. But viewers have doubt. 

  • Oracle affirms MySQL, NetBeans and Glassfish have future after Sun

    Since Oracle's acquistion of Sun in April, many viewers have speculated on the future of MySQL, Glassfish, and Netbeans. Oracle affirmed it will continue to use and invest in the three technologies.