Java EE 7 is officially done as of this week. Linda DeMichiel just announced on the Oracle blog that the Java EE 7 Platform JSR, as well as the more compact Web Profile JSR for this EE version, have both been approved by the Java Community Process.
Prepare for a deep, and critical performance review of Chrome along with some highly helpful principles for keeping your software simple. Plus, a huge Azure outage, another Linus Torvalds freakout, and a workplace with no bosses.
A bunch of lecture videos just dropped for the programming languages course at Brown University. You'll also want to check out a new tool for changing website backrounds at will. Plus, you'll hear about a powerful new JS heatmap tool, the new release of Gradle, and more.
Today we learned that Spring is making a major step in the next iteration of their core framework.
SpringSource expects to reach the first milestone for 4.0 in April, with the GA scheduled for the end of the year.
So how many in the developer ranks have already taken the initiative (or been forced) to learn multiple programming languages and use them to create non-trivial applications? That's what you're about to find out when you finish this poll.
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Pretty simple question. Which programming language do you think is bad for the developer community while it's still being used? Or which language do you think has stuck around in the industry for too long?
We recently got a post on Javalobby from a new contributor, Pavel Bernshtam. He wrote an explanation of why he thinks Groovy is a "Better Java". I was initially going to see how everyone on JL felt about...
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