After his success with the Priority Pyramid, Tomas Rybing is back with another great way to organise your workflow via the Kanban methodology.
Being a woman in tech is tough. But throw being a non-geek in a tech world into the mix, and you’ve got twice the discrimination on your plate, says open-source newbie Jodi Biddle.
Microservices advocate James Lewis tells us why IT systems will always be built the way the organisations are, and why large organisations are feeling the pain of not adopting new IT approaches.
Can programming code ever be considered a beautiful endeavour? Is the act of programming alone enough to incite such a description? We take a look at who thinks what in this never-ending debate.
Amazon have introduced their own TLS implementation that claims to be faster, smaller and simpler than the already recognised standard. As the roll out happens in the coming months, their s2n offering promises greater simplicity.
Have you ever wondered what Duke the Java Mascot is? Is it a mockup of the Star Fleet communicator badge? Perhaps it’s an anthropomorphic dinosaur tooth? Whatever it is, it’s time we found out!
Git problems, developer CVs, testing tips and more: this biggest ever JAX Magazine issue is bursting with tips, tricks and trend commentaries for the enterprise developer – free as always.
Customer goals are not always at the forefront of the design process, but Jeff Sussna believes that IT must revise its approach to ‘usability’ in order to achieve true quality in the mind of the customer. Customer experience here is key.
Ops is becoming obsolete and the dialogue with security is improving – in conversation with Forrester’s Kurt Bittner at the recent Jenkins User Conference, we learn about some fascinating changes taking place in the DevOps world.
The API battle between Oracle and Google might be partially over, but it’s not the outcome that the software industry wants. The US Supreme Court has officially opted not to review a 2014 ruling on Google infringing Oracle’s copyright via the Android platform.
Jeremy Kratz has addressed the taboo subject of burnout as a developer. He describes what many developers appear to experience, with the hope more discussion around the issue can help us collectively acknowledge its causes.
Geertjan Wielenga calls on all adventurous developers for an amazing new quest: to try out the new build of Oracle’s NetBeans IDE, which comes with a preview of early JDK 9 and Project Jigsaw.