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The latest two java.net polls ask developers about the Java language enhancements that are part of Java 7 (the ...

I received an email a few days ago about this year's Open Source Convention (OSCON), and was surprised to see...

Our new poll originates from the "Java SE - the Road Forward, 2011 Edition" presentation at last week's...

This week I'm featuring news from the Columbia Maryland JUG, the LA JUG, the London Java Community, the Silicon...

This morning I got up much earlier than usual, because I wanted to get to the...

The new java.net went live Monday evening (Americas time). There's a lot that's new, lots of changes. And, a few bugs are still being stomped out. But, still, I'...

This Thursday, March 3, the Oracle Technology Network will be hosting an OTN Developer Day titled...

In my last post, I briefly introduced Rickard Öberg. In this post, I look at some of...

As I was following Jfocus 2011 on Twitter, I was surprised to see that two new Java Champions...

Today I was browsing news related to Java User Groups -- something I like to do in part as a means of assessing the directions where the interest of the Java community is trending, at the...

A plurality of voters in last week's java.net poll believe that increased involvement by Java User Groups will...

In the Northern Hemisphere's mid and northerly latitudes, for some of us it's been a record-setting winter (most snow ever recorded in a single month, where I live, in Connecticut, US). So, what...

A plurality of developers who voted in last week's java.net poll consider Java on the desktop to be the area that...

This past week's poll asked developers to complete the sentence "Java's Best Days Are..." The voting did not produce a clear result. A...

I just registered for CodeFest '11, the international coding...

Last night, at the Portland Java User Group's first meeting of the new year, Merlyn Albery-Speyer was...

Despite all the commotion and publicly displayed displeasure regarding recent events in the Java world, developers who participated in...

While the HotSpot JVM provides developers with a powerful set of JVM options, the...

A plurality of voters in last week's poll considered the completion of Oracle's acquisition of Sun Microsystems the...

On Friday, Harold Ogle of the JCP announced new activity in JSR 302 (Safety Critical JavaTM Technology) and...

If the voting in last week's java.net poll are indicative of what the broader Java developer community is thinking...

Josh Marinacci has announced that a new version of Leonardo Sketch is now available:...

This past year has seen enormous change for Java, and significant resolution of the uncertainties that were occasioned by the long, drawn-out acquisition of Sun by Oracle. Things are indeed...

Vitor Souza, one of the coordinators of Espírito Santo JUG in Brazil, gave a...

I've recently been browsing the IndiJava.in site, the online home of...