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?
The open source build automation system has now given us Gradle 2.3, which packs a punch with access to metadata artifacts, greater IDE support and as always, a swath of community contributions.
JPA nerd Thorben Janssen shows us the pros and cons of different methods for lazy relations and how to trigger their initialisation.
In the wake of the MongoDB insecurity debacle, Lukas Eder writes that the solution is a wider variety of skills in a developer team.