At the opening to the annual JAX conference in Mainz, Germany, developers were reminded of how little they know, and the one fact that they need to remember.
Lukas Eder had a question for Thorben Janssen that he wanted to back up with a blog post. That question was: “What were you smoking when you felt at ‘ease’ writing this up?” Nothing personal folks, just plain Java talking.
In the lead up to the release of Angular2, the release candidate for AngularJS 1.4 brings a complete rewrite of the internal animation code system, with breaking changes to boot. Various bugfixes round out the release.
From building “bootiful” microservices with Spring Cloud to being more productive when using JPA, the newest edition of Thorben Janssen’s Java Weekly brings us the freshest links, updates and events in the Java world.
After five years of development, RethinkDB 2.0 is the first production ready version of the open source, distributed NoSQL database. Commercial support options are also available for the first time with this release.
Cloud and networking updates aplenty for Google, with Cloud Dataflow and VPN services available in beta alongside performance enhancements to their big data web service that works at lightning speed.
Are you looking to improve the way you’re prioritising work in your agile environment? Tomas Rybing presents the ‘Priority Pyramid’ which has resulted in positive feedback from the wider Kanban community.
Looking for a different Java library to use in your next piece of work? Alex Zhitnitsky has completed this staggering research task to present the most widely used Java libraries of the most popular GitHub repos.
The company behind Akka, Scala and Play Framework has underlined its commitment to open source technology and commented on the sometimes difficult line between commercial and open source users.
Unless everyone else is doing it, banks aren’t going to be leading the pack when it comes to innovation in technology. With startups fuelling the financial IT boom, what do banks need to do to get their development areas engaged?
The editors of the TIOBE Index predicted it in January, so nobody should be surprised to see Java back at the top this month. Java’s ongoing rivalry with C continues.
A new API management tool is promising 20,000 API calls per second in a lightweight first release that’s optimised for mobile and IoT. Varnish CTO Per Buer walks us through version 1.0 of the Varnish API Engine.