The project code was released on GitHub last month
Databases have become silos and this needs to change, says graph guru Marko Rodriguez
Python tied with Java as the second most popular programming language
In an age of constant innovation, where new trends are fleeting, COBOL has remained an enduring force
Microsoft is already participating in the open source AdoptOpenJDK project to help build OpenJDK binaries
Oracle claims that Google's review plea contains nothing new - and should be rejected
Google asks court for clarification over Java API ruling that could affect the global software industry
Director of software engineering Tom Perry explains the advantages of containers and microservices
Oracle failed to fix the core security flaw on WebLogic Server with its latest patches, claim security specialists
Buy a commercial licence or lose out on patches and bug fixes, Oracle warns
Researchers imaginatively dub the new vulnerability "Spring Break"
Support for Java has been the community's top request since Function's launch, according to Microsoft
Bet365 has moved from a Java dominated hub to a multilingual development environment, adopting languages such as Erlang, Go and Elixir, says bet365's Andrew Deane
Expert advice on what skills businesses are looking for
Five SAP Security Notes rated "high priority" by ERPScan
Apache users urged to update ASAP as evidence emerges of increasingly widespread attacks
Haskell isn't about to take over the world, but functional programming is slowly making its presence felt
Oracle: Can't break it, can't break in - these 270 security vulnerabilities notwithstanding
Adobe gives another masterclass in how not to do security
Gosling discusses his Wave Glider project with Liquid Robotics, and explains why every byte of information transmitted by his robots is important
The latest battle between the two companies has been won by Google, with APIs ruled not to be subject to copyright
Oracle wants $9.3bn in compensation from Google, but Google claims use of Java APIs in Android as 'fair use'
"The old rules don't apply to us," Google general counsel Kent Walker told Oracle co-CEO Safra Catz
Java has a security flaw requiring an emergency patch. That's unusual, isn't it?