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.
Countless open-source projects rely on GitHub. But the vast majority of these are forgetting to add a valid license. That’s where the License API comes in.
What opportunities does SAP HANA Cloud Platform present for developers – and the Java community in particular? JAXenter spoke to product manager Rui Nogueira about the SAP PaaS offering.
Some updates for all you Linux folk today, with coding standards, the latest RC for version 4.0 and Google’s dope Project Zero team who have been tasked with unearthing bummer zero-day flaws.
With a JDK update that brought plenty of nice improvements, last week was an exciting one for Java developers. Thorben Janssen brings us the latest links, debates and news from the Java world.
Confused by getConstructors? Javadocs not giving you enough information? Lukas Eder has a crack at explaining the history behind this particular little Java nugget.
Some might consider Systemd to be controversial, but Ubuntu will be going ahead with its plan to implement the system management tool over the home-grown Upstart event-based init system. Let the protests begin.
Oracle’s sneaky Ask toolbar installation has long made enemies of Windows users. Now with the 8u40 update, the Java overlords have decided that Mac OS X users deserve to suffer as well.
Michael Nygard’s Circuit Breaker Pattern has been adopted by Netflix and been established as a central part of Resilient Software Design. Its acclaimed author explains the benefits of Resilient Software Design and why it matters exactly how we fail.
Maven Central is now home to Spring Cloud 1.0.0: a toolkit that allows developers to build some of the common patterns in distributed systems. We take a look at the new specs and what the community has contributed to the project.
How many programmers out there are being measured for the time they contribute to a project, rather than the value that project provides? You took ages to write the code, so it must be super complicated and awesome, yeah?