Organizations should start experimenting with Web apps from Google, Microsoft and other software companies.
Agile -- especially Scrum -- rules among developers who use Eclipse, the popular open-source IDE.
Mobile analytics vendor offers developers tips and tricks for making money on your smartphone applications.
Terracotta releases Ehcache 2.1.
Release boosts outlook for the open source IDE now under Oracle's umbrella.
Microsoft today released two new open source tools to help with the .PST file format used in Outlook.
Earlier this week SAP Co-CEO Jim Hagemann Snabe reiterated the company’s commitment to internal Agile software development.
The JRuby community has released the latest upgrade of its 100 percent Java implementation of the Ruby programming language, JRuby 1.5.
Microsoft released the second platform preview of Internet Explorer 9 for review by testers.
Veryant's isCOBOL 2010 adds support for Eclipse Galileo, among other changes.
VMware and Salesforce.com have joined forces to build VMforce, a platform for building and running Java applications in the cloud.
Progress Software has launched a new Type 5 JDBC driver, which the company is billing as an industry first.
A step-by-step tutorial on working with application settings when using Novell's Monotouch for iPhone and iPad development.
Goda Software last month released Scrum Spec 10.0, a project management tool specifically tailored for Agile development.
Oracle said Thursday it will increase its investment in the open-source MySQL database it acquired with its purchase of Sun Microsystems.
Don't just consider the "big boys" when determining your cloud computing partner -- many vendors have a lot to offer. Here's five up-and-coming platforms to add to your consideration list.
Vendors shift strategies to ease adoption, improve ROI and target software development lifecycle pain points.
Experts and users weigh in on the challenge of integrating configuration management into your agile development projects.
Last week Google released SkipFish, a no-cost, open source "security reconnaissance tool" for Web-based applications.
Two Oracle execs kicked off the annual EclipseCon conference with a keynote focusing on the future of Java under the stewardship of Oracle.