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TeeChart for Java

TeeChart for Java is an extensive Charting component library for Java developers. Based on more than a decade's experience working...

December 3, 2014 By Steema Software

Sun would have paid for a Java phone: Schwartz

In what might be one of the most anticipated appearances of the Oracle-Google trial thus far, former Sun Microsystems CEO Jonathan Schwartz testified on behalf of Google at the US District Court on Thursday morning.

April 26, 2012

TweakBit PCSuite

PCSuite runs a complete checkup of your entire system locating junk files, speed-reducing issues and causes of any system or application...

June 27, 2014 By TweakBit

Oracle releases 'buggy' Java SE7

Java Standard Edition 7 is the first full release since Oracle completed its purchase of Sun in 2010, but developers have reported bugs that can crash virtual machines, corrupt data and cause errors in applications

July 29, 2011 by

TweakBit PCCleaner

PCCleaner from TweakBit is a program that doesn't just clean up your hard drive, but prevents clutter from accumulating in the first...

June 26, 2014 By TweakBit

Are Android device OEMs Motorola, LG and Samsung distributing Oracle code online?

Intellectual property activist Florian Mueller offers up another blog installment in which he uncovers the presence of redistributed Oracle/Sun Java files in the Android codebase. He shifts focus away from the Android code repository and looks at what code some of the major Android handset OEMs have on offer.

January 23, 2011

What does the future hold for the Java Community Process (JCP)?

The Java Community Process, or JCP, was created by Sun as the standards setting body for the Java language, libraries, and runtime. From 1998 to 2009, Sun ruled the JCP with an iron fist, but now that Oracle is calling the shots that will inevitably be changing. In this Q&A with Tony de la Lama from Embarcadero Technologies, he considers the future of Java and the JCP. Tony was a JCP founding executive committee member from 2000-2003, and used to be the general manager of Borland's Java business, so he has an interesting take on the issue.

March 29, 2010 by

What the changes at Sun mean for the customer

In the short term - meaning tomorrow- the major changes at Sun: a renewed focus on Solaris/SPARC, make to order mfg with direct shipping, more emphasis on Sun Ray, customer focused ready-to-rock appliance computing - are all good news. Look a bit deeper, however, and the handwriting on the wall says much of what Java brings to the server is going, going, gone.

February 12, 2010 by

Oracle's Sun Java strategy: Business as usual

The highlight for us was what happens to Sun’s Java portfolio, and as it turns out, the results are not far from what we anticipated last spring: Oracle’s products remain the flagship offerings. From looking at respective market shares, it would be pretty crazy for Oracle to have done otherwise.

January 27, 2010 by

Sun's last SOA hurrah? New releases of Java EE, NetBeans, Glassfish

Sun Microsystems (perhaps soon to be Snorkel if the Oracle acquisition goes through) just released a new raft of platforms and tools targeted at SOA-aware service development and deployment.The key announcement is a new version of the Java Platform Enterprise Edition (Java EE 6), which is employed in many companies as the nerve center for SOA efforts.

December 11, 2009 by

The Sun Java EE Also Rises

As we wait with baited breath for Oracle to finally get the green light on the Sun acquisition, those of us that speculated whether we would see an increased push into the Java EE enriched enterprise space in the new world of Sun have had our suspicions confirmed.

December 8, 2009 by

Have OSS-inspired developer self-study techniques come of age?

I was fortunate enough to sit in on a Java training course at Sun Microsystems’ UK headquarters not so long ago and good though it was, I had a discussion this weekend with a journo pal of mine in the USA which leant towards the rise of developer self-study techniques and their increasing importance.Not to suggest for one moment that the IT training industry is about to suffer in some way.

December 7, 2009 by

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