We catch up with JFrogs Frederic Simon following the Artifactory providers introduction of support for on-premise and cloud-based npm repositories.
Cutting through the jargon to the common sense buried beneath, Steffan Surdek discusses cross functional teams, increments of functionality, and minimum feature sets.
Oracle announces plans to join forces with Imagination Technologies to bring Java to MIPS chip architecture and tune Java to work with PowerVR graphics.
Tim Berglund, who recently moved from GitHub to DataStax (aka the commercial warders of Apache Cassandra, a NoSQL platform for data-driven, real-time applications), has long been an active member of the Cassandra community. In this interview, he gives us an expert view on the current Big Data landscape, the growing focus on analytics in the sector, and why the recent Apache Spark and Cassandra collaboration is a natural next step. Filmed at JAX 2014, Mainz, Germany.
Much to the delight of ‘Dr Deprecator’, JDK enhancements mean that we can throw out a whole bunch of junk. Lukas Eder sifts out his personal choices for the trash heap.
“Software is not the hardest part.” This was the core message of “Good Night Lamp” founder and IoT expert Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsinos JAX 2014 keynote.
After extensive community surveying, the latest draft of the JSR for Java EE 8 reveals plans for improved managed bean modules and expanded cloud infrastructure.
Groovy hit the 3 million downloads mark in 2013! We met Guillaume Laforge at JAX 2014 to talk about what makes Groovy so groovy for developers and what new features the latest version 2.3 offers. Filmed at JAX 2014, Mainz, Germany.
MapDB, a data engine grounded in Java, has just reached 1.0 status as an Apache 2.0-licensed project. Cory Isaacson runs through the key features, and underlines what makes it so darn agile.
In this interview, Kevlin Henney breaks down ‘Worse is Better’, examines agile in 2014, and gives us three bonus rules every programmer should know. Filmed at JAX 2014, Mainz, Germany.
A roundup of the action at JAX 2014, which took place in Mainz, Germany last week, with over 200 speakers and 2000 attendees enjoying a full week of Java, IoT, JVM, Eclipse, and methodology based talks.
Vaadin just released version 7.2 of their web framework at JAX 2014. We had a chance to talk to Ville Ingman about the new release and the challenge to choose the right web framework for each use case. Filmed at JAX 2014 in Mainz, Germany.