There’s a new methodology that will completely change how you program: YDD. Take a break from the straight and narrow code and open your mind to the world of alternative IT methodologies.
Which parts of Java died in 2014? And what changes had the entire community up in arms? Join us as we look fondly back on an eventful year of change in Java and all the fierce debates that took place on JAXenter.
As the call for papers deadline for JAX Finance draws closer, conference chair Sebastian Meyen took this opportunity to tell us more about this latest addition to the JAX Worldwide series specializing in financial innovation.
As the latest to release their diversity figures, Microsoft has quietly joined the ranks of other big companies to report disappointing findings in gender and ethnic diversity.
Releasing software is like taking out a mortgage. You have a constant debt to keep, repaid in testing, maintenance and lines of code. If you fail to keep up payments, you can lose it all.
It seems that good things come in threes with new releases of Spring Framework – versions 4.1.4, 4.09 and 3.2.13 have arrived with bug fixes and improvements aplenty.
An easy guide through the three-step process of consuming REST services for Java applications.
Embracing lifelong learning means better career paths for staff, employees feeling valued and of course, saving the company money.
FIRST_VALUE(), LAST_VALUE(), LEAD(), and LAG() – you’ll soon be asking yourself how you’ve survived SQL this long without these window functions.
As 2014 slowly draws to a close, it’s time to look back at the most-shared gifs, code and jokes about Java programmers this past year.
Raspberry Pi enthusiasts have been busy tinkering on their own versions of the latest tech trends like wearable technology, smart homes and, erm, arcade games.
“Agile troublemaker” Dan North explains the problems of agile environments and how some teams are succeeding with large-scale deliveries in spite of being agile.