VMware and Salesforce.com have joined forces to build VMforce, a platform for building and running Java applications in the cloud.
Evans Data conducted a global survey of 425 developers earlier this month to find out their overall satisfaction with software frameworks and Web platforms.
The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has released version 0.6 of the Apache Cassandra open-source distributed database.
Goda Software last month released Scrum Spec 10.0, a project management tool specifically tailored for Agile development.
According to analysts at IDC, Oracle losing the "Father of Java" James Gosling this week is the least of Oracle's Java challenges.
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Last week Google released SkipFish, a no-cost, open source "security reconnaissance tool" for Web-based applications.
Red Hat showed off the latest incarnation of its JBoss Developer Studio IDE at the annual EclipseCon developer conference, underway this week in Santa Clara.
Two Oracle execs kicked off the annual EclipseCon conference with a keynote focusing on the future of Java under the stewardship of Oracle.
The Eclipse Foundation has given a thumbs up to two new projects under the Eclipse Runtime (RT) project.
Silverlight news will play a major part in Microsoft's annual MIX10 conference for Web developers and designers in Las Vegas next week.
Microsoft cited progress on IE 8 use on Tuesday, suggesting that more Web developers are trusting the user experience with its newest browser.
The speaker lineup at this year's annual RSA Security Conference and Expo, underway this week in San Francisco, is packing some serious federal heat.
Java clustering infrastructure provider Terracotta recently joined forces with Eucalyptus Systems to allow large enterprises to provision clouds on the Amazon-compatible Eucalyptus cloud platform.