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Jun 28, 2010

Unsupported Operation - Episode 2

Recorded Sunday After CITCON with Mark and John Hurst.

  • H2 is in fact a complete rewrite of Hypersonic
  • Apologies to Robert fletcher, RV meant Robert Fischer (regards WTF license).
  • Atlassian
  • Universal Plugin Manager - *yay* having autoupdating plugins in Jira finally would be nice. It was always a pain to manually do.
  • GateIN 3.1 Released - This is the merger of eXo and JBoss Portal Server.
  • NPanday 1.2 Released - Again, not Java but Java related - NPanday is a set of Maven plugins for working with .NET projects, and a Visual Studio plugin for keeping pom.xml/solution project files in sync.
  • First public release of Infinite Graph now available - from Objectivity/db - new Graph Database with distributed capabilities.
  • Alex Ruiz has posted FEST-Swing 1.2.1 to the Codehaus Maven Repository (which syncs to central). This is a "for maven users" only release.
  • Jspresso 3.5 is out - Jspresso is a free and opensource framework to build server-centric, multi-ui RIAs. The 3.5.0 version introduces a new Groovy-based DSL, an Eclipse plugin and the support for qooxdoo UI among lots of other improvements.
  • New MEAP edition of Clojure in Action available, adds Chapter 9 on Storage and clj-record, an Active Record framework for clojure.
  • Scala 2.8.0 RC6 is out ( 19th, so last week )
  • Red Hat launches hybrid cloud platform - Red Hat has launched a comprehensive package, called Red Hat Cloud Foundations, that will allow organizations to run applications in both public clouds and their own private clouds.