Unless everyone else is doing it, banks aren’t going to be leading the pack when it comes to innovation in technology. With startups fuelling the financial IT boom, what do banks need to do to get their development areas engaged?
The editors of the TIOBE Index predicted it in January, so nobody should be surprised to see Java back at the top this month. Java’s ongoing rivalry with C continues.
A new API management tool is promising 20,000 API calls per second in a lightweight first release that’s optimised for mobile and IoT. Varnish CTO Per Buer walks us through version 1.0 of the Varnish API Engine.
The Angular and React teams have met up to discuss how they can work together on similar problems they’re facing. But not everyone is happy about the need to reinvent working tools rather than sharpen them.
Matti Tahvonen shows us around the lesser-known DeltaSpike Data, number two in the top three ways to enhance your JPA productivity.
Linux 4.1 is on its way, and with it comes the much awaited integration of KDBUS, which will get systemd developers excited. There’s also decidedly more girl power via the Outreachy paid internship program.
Oracle’s announces last critical patch update for Java 7, while exposing a number of remotely executable security threats for Java applications.
Faster load-balancing, better availability and SSL authentication for SMTP mail protocol are among the features in NGINX’s latest premium model. CEO Gus Robertson talks to JAXenter about being open source, the new offering and a developer innovator program.
Think you’re better off without NULL? Think again, writes Lukas Eder, who explores the idea of every programming language incorporating the polarising statement.
From using microservice-based architecture to RebelLabs’ charitable Java Performance Survey, the newest edition of Thorben Janssen’s Java Weekly brings us the freshest links, updates and events in the Java world.
It’s the battle of the databases – Apache Cassandra comes out on top in both throughput and latency tests. Other popular NoSQL names like HBase, Couchbase and MongoDB all faltered somewhere along the line.