Cash flow far exceeds purchase price, according to Oracle President Mark Hurd, but investment researcher remains doubtful.
Researcher finds vulnerability that allows attackers to bypass the plug-in’s new protection against silent exploits.
In a sudden outreach effort, Oracle promises to fix Java’s security bug and communicate better about future security issues. JavaOne may include a Java security track.
A recent survey found that cloud platforms reduce overall application development time by an average of 11.6 percent, but developers are finding that speed is just one advantage of programming in the cloud.
JavaWorld talks with Intuit Principal Engineer Jim Showalter about the evolving Java technology stack at Intuit, open source tools he uses every day, and where he currently finds challenge and inspiration as a career programmer.
Where once an endless parade of Web service protocols promised that any system could talk to another, today we’ve acheived interoperability by simpler means. Andrew C. Oliver on what we’ve learned from the story of REST vs. Web services.
To collect and analyze data on 200 million daily events, Evernote transitioned from a MySQL data warehouse to a hybrid environment of Hadoop and ParAccel.
10gen CEO Dwight Merriman discusses the genesis of MongoDB, pain points of the traditional RDBMS, and where he thinks the NoSQL trend is headed from here.
How the MarkLogic NoSQL database guided the U.K. Royal Society of Chemistry into the twenty-first century, making 170 years of educational content available to the public.
With no quick fix in sight, Spring’s remote-code-execution bug leaves many enterprise Java apps at risk.