From the pitfalls of transaction handling to the top 100 GitHub libraries, the newest edition of Thorben Janssen’s Java Weekly brings us the freshest links, updates and events in the Java world.
Eric Evans, author of the IT bestseller “Domain-Driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software”, had some interesting things to say about why microservices and DDD are made for each other.
Netflix accepted a Special Jury Award during the JAX 2015 conference in Mainz. Here we take a look at how the entertainment platform is doing open source right.
Eric Evans, the author of Domain-Driven Design (DDD) explains the fundamental concept behind DDD and how it can help developers and designers in the inevitable move towards microservices.
Alex Zhitnitsky is back to chat about java performance and debunking the stuff that you think you know about garbage collection. Read on for some serious trash-talking.
Optimising HTTP can be tricky. And that’s where SPDY comes in. Designed to reduce latency and increase security, Google’s web protocol can nicely fill the holes of HTTP.
After his keynote at the JAX 2015, former SpringSource CTO Adrian Colyer spoke to us about getting ready for a new kind of IT.
Broker dealers still relying on spreadsheets to keep track of trades and post-trade analysis need to listen up – Firm58 want to shed some light on their innovative back-office technology that helps firms manage complex post-trade requirements.
At a crowded JAX 2015 conference in Mainz, Germany, JavaFX pro Adam Bien explained why JavaFX is future-proof, why it’s better than HTML5 and what else is happening in the world of JavaFX in 2015.
The performance tuning world is a dangerous place says Alex Zhitnitsky, who takes a look at how garbage collection affects java performance. Read on to understand what you’re up against, possible solutions and other alternatives available to you.
After accepting the second JAX Award in a row, Oracle’s Java Language Architect Brian Goetz spoke to us about building a platform, not for what Java developers want, but what they need.