Dig in, data crunchers
Database tech can make or break an app - but getting the fundamentals can be daunting. In this new series, Cory Isaacson breaks it all down in easily digestible chunks.
Stairway to dev heaven
Continuous Delivery - continuous roll-out of software - is the buzzy topic du jour. Big companies as well as start-ups understand that customers expect services with…
Who made the cut?
You've submitted your nominations, now it's time to cast your vote for the cream of the developer community 2014.
Looking to #9
Project Jigsaw AIMS to create a simple, friendly and scalable standard module system for the Java platform. This session by Paul Sandoz explains its key goals and design…
TIOBE or not TIOBE
Whilst certain popularity stats may have you believe the language is tottering towards its dotage, a little probing reveals that things are very much alive beneath the…
Faster and more compact, this new drop promises to open the door for users who want to tap into the power of Java 8.
Every rose has its thorns
We've mostly focused on the sweet new additions to Java 8 - but there are two sides to every release. Lukas Eder delves into the murkier side of the update.
A cloudy je ne sais quoi
Alessandro Perilli talks cloud visions, PaaS debates, and cross-company plotting.
In the concluding part of this series, learn how to create a document using templates, enrich projections, and extend the build in type converter.
Up and away
Hang on to your hats and stand by for launch into the Clouds - how to get your first OpenShift based application deployed in minutes!
For the past couple of decades, Java programmers have been building vast numbers of web apps generating petabytes of log data.
Iterating all the time
Martin Lippert talks about the latest Java release and the ups, downs, and aspirations of Eclipse IDE development.