Progress Software has launched a new Type 5 JDBC driver, which the company is billing as an industry first.
Although it's clear that the iPhone platform is still the place to be for mobile developers, results from a recent Ovum survey indicate that there's a lot of development activity around all the major platforms.
VMware's SpringSource division announced today that it will be adding a newly acquired lightweight messaging system, RabbitMQ, to its implementation of the Java-based open source Spring Framework.
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.
Microsoft on Friday announced that it had released the final Parallel Data Warehouse version of SQL Server 2008 R2 to testers.
New terms appear to limit use of Solaris to a 90-day period unless the user obtains a support contract from Oracle.
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.
The Eclipse Foundation has given a thumbs up to two new projects under the Eclipse Runtime (RT) project.
Novell's board turns down $2 billion bid calling it ‘inadequate.’
San Francisco-based research and analysis group Focus has named systems engineer as the "best job in America."
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.
Oracle today said it has agreed to acquire AmberPoint, a supplier of software for managing service-oriented architectures, for an undisclosed sum.
The DOD looks to a common vocabulary to help reduce cost of developing and maintaining systems. Plus a Q&A Dennis Wisnosky, the DOD's business mission area CTO and chief architect.