Your users' ill-configured web browsers could be costing you money.
Thought-provoking essays on software development, in a free book.
Java-based Sequoia turns your JDBC app into a load-balanced enterprise app
New virtualization products on deck this week from BEA, Virtual Iron, and XenSource.
Destination elevators make dizzy passengers bump into walls, reportedly.
Linux-style web development for Linux, Windows or Mac users
Sun retires the Sun Public License. No gold watch. No cake. Not even a "good-luck" card signed by everyone in the office.
'Fully Dressed Use Cases, the Hallway Closet Approach' by Professor Moriarty
Java’s random number generator isn’t so random… but it’s meant to be that way
Borland has found a buyer for its development tools group—and it's Borland.
Cut and paste web development
Sun open sources its Java tech under a venerable license; IBM plays the buzzkill.
The GP2X handheld console demonstrates how to create a loyal following with zero marketing budget.
Has it really been five years? Time sure flies when you're ripping the stuffing out of an entire market segment.
More than just a Java-based open source mail/news server...
The virtualization marketplace heated up this week with announcements from both Microsoft and chief competitor VMware. Both announcements came at VMware's VMworld conference in Los Angeles.
How studying users’ eyes can improve your web apps
Oracle pulls out all the stops to put on the biggest local tech conference and expo in memory; big show, big announcements, big boat in the hallway.
Is "developer" just a trendier, more modern synonym for "programmer"?