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Martijn Verburg09/04/13
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Announcing jClarity - A new SaaS Java/JVM performance analyser for the cloud and enterprise!

Leading Java experts unveil their new flagship jClarity product (14-day free trial ) that solves Java performance problems in both Cloud and Enterprise environments.

Sheraz Khan09/02/13
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Aspose.Newsletter September 2013 Edition is Out Now

Aspose Newsletter for September 2013 has now been published that highlights all the newly supported features offered in the recent releases of its JasperReports exporters, SQL Server rendering extensions, .NET, Java, SharePoint components, Android and...

Vladimir Ikryanov09/02/13
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JxBrowser 4 Beta 3 Released

Today we are glad to announce an update to JxBrowser 4 Beta! Now JxBrowser 4 Beta 3 supports Linux 32- and 64- bit platforms, in addition to previously released Windows and Mac OS X support.

Jim Marino08/30/13
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Fabric3 2.0: Bridging Service-Oriented and Event-Based Architectures

I'm excited to announce the release of Fabric3 2.0. This milestone introduces a number of new features. In particular, a major theme of the 2.0 release is creating a platform that brings service-oriented and event-based design closer together.In this post, I...

Jan Moravec08/26/13
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QuartzDesk 1.1.2 Released

We are proud to announce the release 1.1.2 of QuartzDesk.This release is a bug fix release that solves QuartzDesk installation problems with the Oracle database. This version also add automatic DB upgrade functionality used when upgrading the...

Bill Digman08/26/13
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Geekfest w/ Richard Hightower - ProjectX- iSO2 - Wednesday August 28, 2013 @ 6:00pm in Palo Alto, CA

This will be Richard Hightower's first public speaking engagement in 2 years. Talk Title:  Project X - iSO2 - in-memory service oriented objects. (Websocket and SOA 2.0+) to support next-gen SOA and back-end for mobile and SPAs. Join us on Wednesday,...

Andrea Del Bene08/22/13
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WicketStuff 6.10.0 is out!

The new version of the community-driven project WicketStuff is now available. It follows the relaease of the last version 6.10.0 of Apache Wicket. Along with bugfixes and code improvements, the new version comes with the following new modules:

Franck Wolff08/21/13
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GraniteDS 3.0.0.M3 Brings New Support For JavaFX and Android

Hi, The new version of the Granite Data Services is out. This release is a very important milestone on our way to the final 3.0.0.GA and comes with several new features and improvements, both from technical and business point-of-views. Be sure to read the...

Jim King08/20/13
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Eliminating Time Waste in Reports with Java Development Tool

According to research, most complex report development work can be simplified by performing the data source computation in advance. For example, find out the clients who bought all products in the given list, and then present the details of these clients.

Geertjan Wielenga08/20/13
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Take the NetBeans IDE 7.3 Satisfaction Survey

The NetBeans team would love to get your feedback about your experiences using NetBeans IDE 7.3 or its update release, NetBeans IDE 7.3.1. In particular, NetBeans IDE 7.3, together with NetBeans IDE 7.3.1, introduced:

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JPS - JVM Process Status tool

 JPS - JVM Process Status tool JPS is a new entrant to JDK. It is available since Java 5.0.  The jps tool lists the instrumented HotSpot Java Virtual Machines (JVMs) on the target system. This is really useful for us to find the list of...

Marvick Burgos08/15/13
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(Mobile) Java Development Job Opportunities

Hi there!  I'm a recruiter with a local IT consulting firm in Raleigh, NC.  We're partnered with many great organizations in the area.  I am currently supporting a growing company in their search for talented Java Developers.  They operate...

Reza Rahman08/12/13
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Comprehensive Free Java EE 6 Video Tutorial!

Reading blogs, articles and books is still the way most of us learn new technologies. However, nothing really beats someone showing you how to use a new technology step-by-step first hand, which is why video tutorials always shine.