With wishes of a good weekend to all of you in the world of Web CMS, Enterprise CMS and related technologies, we wrap up yet another week in the pre-holiday countdown.
Holiday spirit unadorned, the Apache vs. JCP antagonism has brewed to the final drop. While some refer to Apache's leaving the JCP as the end of an era for open Java development, folks in the content management industry seem to be latently content. The JCP is not deader than it was before, some Javaologists say. Oracle, perhaps trying not to be the Grinch who stole Java, has asked the Apache Software Foundation to reconsider its decision to quit.
In the meantime, our resident experts have been dishing on the 2010 trends and gazing into the crystal ball trying to see what 2011 will bring for the content management industry.
And there's more to this week. Read on:
- Experts Dish on 2010 Trends, Predict the Path for 2011
- Apache Divorces JCP over Irreconcilable JSR Differences
- SubHub Introduces New Drupal 7 Based Cloud Web CMS
- Adaptive Case Management in 2011
- 6 Requirements for Writing SharePoint Requirements
- First Look: Are You Ready for Chrome OS?
- What is SharePoint 2010? Vision and Reality
- Silverlight 5.0 Plays Nice on the iPad
- Content Strategy: What Will Be Hot in 2011
- The Traditional BA Role is Dead, Long Live the SharePoint Consultant
Around the Web
- Oracle's Potential Math Problem, Worrisome Licensing Trends Ahead
- OSGi? No, Thanks
- PHPCR: Port of Java Content Repository (JCR) API to PHP
- Can your CMS Vendor Be Too Successful?
- [VID] Google's Marissa Mayer on New Role, Chrome and Gingerbread OSs
Featured Jobs (all jobs | post a job)
- Web Systems Specialist at The Nature Conservancy
- Software / Systems Engineer at Twitpic
- Social Media Sales Consultant at Meltwater Group
- Senior Web Designer - Social Media at Constant Contact
- Copywriter at Razorfish
Featured Events (all events)
- Dec 16, 2010 – Webinar: How to Avoid the 8 Pitfalls of Choosing an Open Source CMS
- Dec 16, 2010 – Webinar: Best Practices in the Web Engagement Cycle
- Feb 1, 2011 -- O'Reilly Strata Conference
- Feb 16, 2011 – Intelligent Content Conference 2011
- Mar 21, 2011 – AIIM Conference & Expo 2010 (Info360)