Coding to music
Is there such a thing as the ‘right’ music for programming? And can we even be sure it has a good effect?
It’s not square to be hip
JAXenter gets the inside story on the tool helping to up productivity in achingly cool startups around the globe.
Atlassian’s Eric Wittman talks clever stashing, agile practice, and how enterprises can meet the rising slew of enterprise demands.
All in this together
Forget boring, stuffy meetings: this is your team’s daily synchronization tool.
No more munging
Fresh from announcing a $25m funding round this morning, the data analytics young guns take us on a tech deep dive and outline their semi-open approach.
Cutting through the jargon to the common sense buried beneath, Steffan Surdek discusses cross functional teams, increments of functionality, and minimum feature sets.
Featuring a host of luminaries from open tech and the Javasphere, JAX London is back with a bang - don’t miss out on our limited offer to save on Blind Bird tickets!
There’s more to software quality than a few unit tests and system tests. All levels of your software should be covered, writes Sebastian Bergmann.
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.
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.
It‘s safe to say we are living in open development times – but the journey isn‘t over yet. James Falkner examines what the future holds for open source.
Bang bang bang kerching and take your money
Co-writer of Manifesto for Agile Software Development argues “Agile” has been stripped of any of its original meaning.
Even more like a boss
JBoss BPM Suite 6 aims to “empower” enterprise and IT users to better respond to demands of mission critical applications.
Typesafe's Jonas Bonér explains why the Reactive Manifesto is key for the for the future of high quality development - and why it’s good news for Java devs.
'Presenting for Geeks' author Dirk Haun shares three things to remember when preparing your next talk (spoiler: it's not about imagining your audience in their underwear).