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The JDK 7 Reference Card is a single reference guide for all the newly included, enhanced and changed JSRs that make up Java 7 -- everything from NIO.2 to Project Coin -- as well as like lowdown on features like closures.
The Windows Phone 7 Cheat Sheet provides all the information you need to start developing applications for the Windows Phone 7 platform.
Does Oracle's acquisition of Sun mean a merger of their flagship conferences, Oracle OpenWorld and Sun's JavaOne, into a single co-located show?
The federal government's relationship with open source software became a theme at this year's OSCON, where keynote presentations centered on emerging U.S. initiatives to establish an open government platform.
At JavaOne 2009, Larry Ellison challenges Sun's OpenOffice and JavaFX groups to innovate and wonders out loud why Sun/Oracle couldn't produce mobile devices based on the JavaFX platform.
Oracle expects Sun to contribute to its operating profit right away. To make that happen, Oracle may pull funding and staff from projects such as JavaFX, Project Looking Glass, and Project GlassFish.
After years of sharp debate about whether traditional or Agile software development is more effective, a recent keynote left me with the impression that the debate remains as religious as ever.
Two members of the JavaFX team tackle burning developer questions about a variety of topics related to the recent JavaFX 1.0 release.
Corporate adoption of PHP is on the rise. That means jobs for PHP developers, revenue for Zend Technologies, and maybe some ambiguity in the PHP community as growth makes for strange bedfellows.
Only one of Sun's two debut JavaFX releases at the recent JavaOne Conference is ready for prime time: JavaFX Mobile. The other, JavaFX Script, trails way behind similar efforts from Adobe and Microsoft.
Get an overview of the next frontier of AJAX development: the enterprise, where AJAX components can be the Web 2.0 front end of a SOA.
While portions of Java are finding their way to open source by the end of the calendar year, Sun executives are speaking frankly about intellectual property encumbrances that are causing delays in other portions of Java SEand their hopes that the community will come to the rescue.
Sun came a lot closer to a promise of open sourcing Java on the first day of JavaOne this year, but meanwhile plenty else is finding its way to the community. Find out about where Java is going in Mustang and Dolphin, what was hot at NetBeans Day, what you can get today in the Java EE 5 edition, and why Borland, among many others, is talking a lot about supporting the heterogeneous open source stack.