From taking better care of your Javadoc to Wildfly supporting HTTP/2, the newest edition of Thorben Janssen’s Java Weekly brings us the freshest links, updates and events in the Java world.
There are significant performance improvements to be made by writing software that works in harmony with underlying hardware, says technical problem solver Richard Warburton.
Taking a look forward at the practical experiences in IoT over the next five years, Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino says developers will have 99 problems, and bad software isn’t necessarily the worst one of them.
The embattled Grails framework has proudly produced Grails 3.0, a completely re-written project piggybacking on Spring Boot and Gradle. The release also marks the end of the line for Grails staff at software giant Pivotal.
In keeping with tradition, Salvatore Sanfilippo has made another release on April Fools – but there’s no joke here, with the announcement of Redis 3.0.0 coming and the introduction of native support for clustering.
Is your Scrum implementation failing? We could know the reason why. Read on as we explore this different kind of agile software development framework.
For users looking for a lightweight version of Linux to run Docker containers, Rancher has announced the launch of RancherOS, which runs all system services as Docker containers. It’s the latest release in a string of available minimalist distros.
After having a sudden… burst of inspiration, Lukas Eder was ready to embark on a total rewrite. After some careful digestion, he isn’t feeling pooped at all about the new Generic Type of solution he’s come up with.
As MySQL nears drinking age, Peter Zaitsev, CEO of Percona looks at the state of affairs in MySQL – security, data growth, Oracle and the new database kids on the block.
Did you know that Google Guava offers utilities such as ClassPath Reflection, the CharMatcher method and Unsigned Primitives? Read on to share the love with Alex Zhitnitsky who has the scoop.
Google have labelled the new Dart 1.9 release as worth the a-wait and a bunch of developers couldn’t be more chuffed. Now with async methods and await expressions, the team is touting the update as bigger than ever.
From lock contention issues to a JBatch job with a batchlet, the newest edition of Thorben Janssen’s Java Weekly brings us the freshest links, updates and events in the Java world.