The JDK team is looking for testers for early builds of Java 8. Find out how you can help to make Java better for millions of developers and billions of users.
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Quorum is a general purpose programming language that is easy to understand and to use. Project lead Andreas Stefik discusses the recent update release of Quorum 2.0 and the process behind designing an intuitive, user-friendly language.
Java Magazine looks at Java and performance with a cover story about how Twitter migrated its core infrastructure to the Java Virtual Machine.
Tom McGinn shows you how to create an emulated inter-integrated circuit (I2C) device using the Oracle Java ME SDK 3.3 Custom Device Editor and the Embedded Support API.
John Yeary finds a feature in NetBeans 7.4 Beta that allows developers to add license headers to projects and to easily switch licenses.
"TomEE is Tomcat on steroids."
Adam Bien outlines the steps to integrating TomEE with NetBeans IDE.
Michel Graciano shares a discovery: An easy way to make changes to file extensions in the NetBeans IDE.
There's an all-access pass waiting for the lucky person who comes up with a wacky, geeky, funny slogan about Java for the community keynote at JavaOne 2013. Unleash your inner comedian!
The team at Zero Turnaround is running its annual developer productivity report. Chime in and let them know what tools and practices keep you coding optimally.
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