Scottish UX designer Ross Gledhill says there’s no place he’d rather work than in Scotland.
A new numbering system is on the cards for Linux, but an even bigger issue is at hand: the year 2038 is set to be a disaster if we don’t act now, with an event similar to the Y2K bug on the horizon.
Looking to fine tune your Java-based system? Then you need to hear the wise words of Kirk Pepperdine, who is hereby dubbed the all-round Java mechanic and performance specialist.
Support for asm.js has made it into the next version of Windows, following a collaboration between Mozilla and Microsoft to satisfy a long-standing hunger of users. This marks a giant step forward for Internet Explorer, with Chrome to follow suit.
The Java Executive Committee has signed off on a number of changes to the JDK in its ninth release, planned for mid-to-late 2016.
What is the best way for Java developers to take a pragmatic approach to Docker and look beyond the hype?
The news is out: Angular2 has made it to alpha stage with bits and pieces on GitHub ready to play with. We take a look at some AtScript examples and what the core team had to say about the impending release.
For a career that involves a lot of sitting, it’s strange that most developers peak at the same age as footballers. So what do older programmers have to look forward to if they’re not making a beeline for that management position?
Listen up Java devs! For anyone tempted to overload methods declared in Object, Lukas Eder has some frank advice: Don’t.
The Web is still based on HTTP 1.1 – and thus on a log of the last millennium. It’s high time that the system introduced in 1999 got a major overhaul, which is rumoured to be on the way with the almost-ready HTTP/2.
Following the release of Node.js 0.12, Joyent has announced a Node.js foundation led by major industry players. But will it help patch up the schismatic Node community?