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October 30, 2014
Learn about the key takeaways from JavaOne 2014, including the popular Java EE 8.
August 02, 2012
Recent machinations around Jigsaw will make it new and more modular, its advocates say. But the fact is, it's not ready for prime time just yet.
June 06, 2012
The OData protocol, associated with JSON and REST efforts, started with Microsoft but may be expanded by the OASIS standards group.
March 13, 2012
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The Java Champion designation is awarded to leaders and visionaries in the Java technology community. Continue Reading
NetBeans is a Java-based integrated development environment (IDE). The term also refers to the IDE’s underlying application platform framework. Continue Reading
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We're moving into an age of increased application componentization and distribution of components, even in the cloud. Developers should look beyond JMS for Java messaging. Continue Reading
SOA is a potent middleware connector. At Oracle OpenWorld, project leaders shared their experiences with SOA connecting applications and processes. Continue Reading
Service elasticity prepares enterprise architecture for the cloud. Middleware expert Steve Millidge explains how to prepare SOA services for IaaS. Continue Reading
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Go beyond Hadoop-style big data batch processing and into real-time operations with in-memory data caches. Continue Reading
In-memory data grids now have a broader application. Their use is especially prevalent in data-intensive jobs that demand performance. Continue Reading
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From EclipseCon 2012, OSGi expert Timothy Ward explains how to tame the wilder side of OSGi development for enterprise Java applications. Continue Reading
As the business world becomes more Web-connected enterprise architects should stay ahead of the game. Often, this means bucking the deep-set trends of conventional wisdom. Continue Reading
Java may not be the best choice for enterprise application development, contends Forrester analyst Mike Gualtieri. In this interview, he maintains Java innovation is not the same as development innovation. Continue Reading