CTO Jeff Hobbs walks us through the Komodo 9 release and explains why the developer world is becoming “decidedly more polyglot”.
In spite of its central role in banking, many financial employers see IT as a “necessary evil”, says former NYSE programmer and clearpool.io director Dr. Jamie Allsop.
VCE, the biggest name in converged infrastructure, has announced a major expansion of its portfolio. CTO Nigel Moulton explains the workings of what is described as the ‘next era’ in converged infrastructure.
You’re thinking of publishing a book on IT? Don’t expect to make much money or have a social life, says self-publishing author Nicolas Fränkel. And whatever you do, don’t self-publish your first book.
Finance may be a “dry subject”, says HFT programmer Peter Lawrey, but it’s never bad to work for an employer that has money. Stack Overflow’s most active Java commenter explains what it’s like to work in high frequency trading and banking.
Michael Nygard’s Circuit Breaker Pattern has been adopted by Netflix and been established as a central part of Resilient Software Design. Its acclaimed author explains the benefits of Resilient Software Design and why it matters exactly how we fail.
Bintray and Artifactory have now welcomed Docker containers on board, but JFrog co-founder tells us Bintray will remain open to other container solutions that might overcome Docker’s “childhood problems”.
Red Hat is joining in on the microservices trend with a newer operating system for running Linux containers.
Veteran banking developer and JAX Finance speaker Mashooq Badar explains what it’s like to work in finance and the obstacles that developers face.
With git management, a cloud service and a native Distributed Version Control System engine, Perforce’s latest offering wants to make version and git management simpler for startups and games developers.
Over 13,000 sites were affected by outages last year. Dynatrace’s visual overview of service failures in 2014 gives us a clear picture of which countries and companies they’re coming from.
Scottish UX designer Ross Gledhill says there’s no place he’d rather work than in Scotland.