ZeroTurnaround technology evangelist Simon Maple gives us the lowdown on Optimizer for Eclipse, a new IDE performance-optimizing tool unveiled earlier this week.
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.
Google Code is no more. But what may seem like sad news, is in fact a confirmation of how important open-source has become.
Alex Zhitnitsky shows us how to get a production ready Java application off the ground in the shortest time possible.
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.
New releases have graced us with their presence at EclipseCon 2015, with Xtext 2.8 and Optimizer for Eclipse all being announced at the annual event.
Groovy fans rejoice: a move to the Apache Software Foundation is now confirmed. To alleviate concerns about his recent Restlet role, founder Guillaume Laforge has announced that the Groovy project will be moving, with news breaking today of the successful submission.
What has TypeScript got going for it that won the Angular team over? Aren’t Google using Dart internally anyway? What’s the deal with the comparisons? We try our luck at dissecting the issue of Angular’s recent TypeScript coalition.
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.
The latest company to join the growing open-source community is Solair, who will be working actively with the foundation’s IoT Working Group, the Kura project. The Italian-based firm calls Kura “one of a kind”.
The debate surrounding the now infamous #NoEstimates tag has seen commentary from all corners, so we thought we’d try and put it all together for you. After some thorough research, here’s what we’ve discovered.