Forget mobile devices -- now it's all about the "mobile experience" in the Windows developer ecosystem, according to a preview of Windows 10 and Universal Apps delivered at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The project's committers had considered seeking sponsorship from various foundations, but decided today on the ASF.
Oracle released a major update the Java SE Development Kit (JDK 8) this week.
Mobile app developers failed to fix Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) vulnerabilities that were identified some five months ago, McAfee Labs said in its latest threat report.
The venerable C programming language isn't going away, as shown by Google's open sourcing of a framework to let Big Data devs run native C code in Hadoop: MapReduce for C.
Docker Inc., the chief commercial supporter of the open source Docker Project, has made its new container orchestration bundle available for download.
The Apache Software Foundation signed off on version 1.0 of HBase, the "Hadoop database," after seven years of development.
It's all about enterprise apps in the mobile development arena these days, the latest study from VisionMobile Ltd. indicates.
Ahead of its 2015 "Mars" release train, the organization is reaching out to its community with a bug fix contest.
Any doubts about the skyrocketing rise of Apache Spark technology in the Big Data ecosystem were put to rest at a recent conference, where it almost stole the show.
In its voyage to becoming a "mobile-first company" under the direction of new CEO Marissa Mayer, Yahoo! Inc. announced a new Mobile Developer Suite at an inaugural developer conference underway in San Francisco.
The latest major vendor to try its hand at "democratizing" Big Data is Oracle, which today announced a quartet of new products designed "to enable Hadoop, NoSQL, and SQL technologies to work together and be deployed securely in any model -- whether public cloud, private cloud or an on-premises infrastructure."
Microsoft today announced updates to several Big Data-related services on its Azure cloud platform, exhibiting a continuation of its new direction toward openness and interoperability.
The company is open sourcing its Big Data platform, helping to found an Open Data Platform to promote technologies based on open source software, and is joining with Hortonworks Inc. to further Apache Hadoop capabilities.
Datameer Inc. has introduced what it calls the first enterprise-grade Big Data analytics platform targeting department-specific deployments.
Excelsior has shipped an updated version of its flagship Java optimizer and native code generator, called JET ("Just Enough Time").
Enterprise NoSQL database platform vendor MarkLogic Corp. cited "massive enhancements for developers" in the latest version of its flagship database.
Mobile dev tools keep emerging to solve that pesky "coding is hard" problem.