It’s SQL time again, as Lukas Eder turns his attention to one very important aspect of Java 8 lambdas and interoperability with legacy APIs.
With acquisition of scale-out, open source storage system provider, Red Hat holds monopoly on big distributed file systems
Hadoop and NoSQL big guns announce mutually beneficial agreement to co-market and co-sell their software, ticking relational providers off in the process.
Linux engineer devises ingenious DIY ‘PiPhone’, powered by the humble single cell computer and basic electronics.
Updates pivoted towards Oracle’s platform update, along with a series of feature tweaks.
Bill Bain, CEO of in-memory data grid provider ScaleOut Software, expands on the beauty of decoupling from batch, why we should all follow the millisecond rule, and more.
Database tech can make or break an app – but getting the fundamentals can be daunting. In this new series, Cory Isaacson breaks it all down in easily digestible chunks.
Continuous Delivery – continuous roll-out of software – is the buzzy topic du jour. Big companies as well as start-ups understand that customers expect services with continuously improved functionality. The question is though: Where and how do we start? This talk by Andrew Phillips discusses basic requirements for Continuous Delivery and presents a step-by-step action plan to help structure and convoy your Continuous Delivery, preparation and implementation. That includes the building of a deployment pipeline, structure of a application package as well as automated deployments, application tests and more. Filmed at JAX 2013, Mainz.
You’ve submitted your nominations, now it’s time to cast your vote for the cream of the developer community 2014.
Project Jigsaw AIMS to create a simple, friendly and scalable standard module system for the Java platform. This session by Paul Sandoz explains its key goals and design principles, shows its application to the Java platform, and demonstrates how you can use it to create your own modular libraries and applications. Filmed at JAX 2013, Mainz.