Sean Michael Kerner

96 articles

Subversion 1.8 Gits New Features

The Apache Subversion (SVN) open source version control system is out with its 1.8 release today. The new release follows the prior SVN 1.7...

Eclipse Juno Delivers 70 Projects Including E4

For the past six years, the Eclipse Foundation has delivered an annual release train of open source development projects that has kept growing. In...

Lithium PHP Framework Now Fueled by Engine Yard

Infrastructure vendor Engine Yard is well known in the development community for its support of Ruby on Rails. Engine Yard is now also moving...

Komodo 7.0 IDE Syncs Up Development

Developer tools vendor ActiveState is out with a major new release of their Komodo IDE. Komodo 7 is the first big update to the...

IBM Brings Message Queuing Telemetry Transport to Eclipse

IBM is contributing code to the open source Eclipse Foundation to help enable a new era of machine-to-machine communications. The Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT)...

PHP 5.4 and Zend Framework 2.0 Gearing up for Release

It has been more than two years since the last major release of PHP, with PHP 5.3 debuting in June of 2009, which means...

Subversion 1.7 Released with Some Git-esque Merging

The Apache Subversion (SVN) open source version control system is out with its 1.7 release today. The new SVN 1.7 release adds new features...

Coverity 5.5 Finds Bugs and Continuous Integration Kinship

Testing vendor Coverity is expanding its namesake static analysis testing suite. With the release of Coverity 5.5, Coverity is aiming to integrate its testing...

Java 8 Delayed Until 2013 As Java EE and ME Push Forward

This year, Oracle celebrated the triumphant release of Java 7 and forecast that Java 8 would follow in the summer of 2012. At JavaOne...

What’s In Store for Java 8 and 9?

JavaOne 2011 is different from any other JavaOne conference in the past four years for at least one principal reason: there is now a...

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