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Spring 3.1 and Grails 2.0 Released

15 December 2011

This just in: Spring 3.1 and Grails 2.0 Released Spring 3.1 is now available from our new maven repository or from the direct download via community download page. This release provides a significant upgrade to the Spring framework with environment profiles, caching abstraction, and Java 7 and Hibernate 4.0 support. The Grails 2.0 release is […]


30 August 2011

This just in from the guys at SpringOne 2GX: SpringSource in conjunction with the No Fluff Just Stuff Symposium Series are pleased to present SpringOne 2GX, the premier Java event of 2011. SpringOne 2GX is a collocated event covering the entire Spring ecosystem and Groovy/Grails technologies. SpringOne 2GX is a one-of-a-kind conference for application developers, […]

Spring Security 3.0.5 Released

22 November 2010

Another exciting update from our growing “News that I missed” department: We’re pleased to an announce the release of Spring Security 3.0.5. This release fixes a few bugs which were causing problems with 3.0.4. Please see the changelog for a full list of issues which have been addressed. The release is available from the Spring […]

Spring 3.0.5 is Now Available

2 November 2010

It happened last week, but it’s still worth mentioning: Lost somewhere in all the news and excitement about last week’s SpringOne 2GX conference was the news that Spring 3.0.5 is now available. This release addresses over 80 minor issues and includes some small improvements to the Spring Expression Language (SpEL), annotation support, and embedded databases. […]

Every day is a new adventure …

30 July 2010

Seriously? Do things really have to be this complex? It’s not as if getting into the Swing of things is an easy task in and of itself, but then you have to learn to wrap. And then once you get through that, you have to learn to pack. And not just pack, but pack for […]

Spring 3.0.3 is Now Available

24 June 2010

I realize that this is old news from last week, but still … Juergen Hoeller has announced that Spring 3.0.3 is now available. This minor release addresses over 100 minor issues and catches up with some recent third-party releases. Download | Documentation | Javadoc API | Change Log | JIRA Please note that we are […]

Sun CEO Announces Resignation On Twitter

4 February 2010

I always enjoyed the blog … nothing lasts forever, though: Jonathan Schwartz was considered a longshot to stay at Sun after its acquisition by Oracle. Sun Microsystems CEO Jonathan Schwartz, an advocate of Web 2.0, used Twitter early Thursday to announce his resignation. He was named CEO in 2006 as Sun faced a switch in […]

Time for a new job?

15 January 2010

Looking for that challenging position where you can show off your skills and have fun playing with new stuff all at the same time? SpringSource is looking for a few good candidates: SpringSource is looking for some talented engineers to join the team of experts in the Research and Development group. If you enjoy challenging, […]

Spring 3.0 is getting closer …

26 September 2009

The word is out: Spring 3.0.0 Release Candidate 1 Now Available Submitted by Adam Fitzgerald on Fri, 2009-09-25 14:31 in News and Announcements This news just in from Arjen Poutsma‘s twitter feed: Spring 3.0.0.RC1 is now available. Download | Javadoc API | Change Log Thank you to all of the dedicated community members that have […]

Google Apps Now Supports OpenID

3 August 2009

Now this is an interesting slant on the latest news on the OpenID adoption front: Google has announced that its implementation of the OpenID login standard, Google OpenID Federated Login API, has been extended to support Google Apps. This will allow individuals who have accounts on a service or application deployed by a business, school […]

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