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.
Inside the database that carves out its own agile paradigm around application needs.
Following fierce community voting and hot deliberation by our elite panel of judges, the JDK8 dev team, Hazelcast, Docker and Vert.x are 2014 victors.
Java 8, and the new Streams API finally allow us to solve data-centric problems in a very concise manner. Lukas Eder breaks it all down.
Donald Rumsfeld was right: it’s the unknown unknowns that are the real killers in software development.
Brian Goetz rallies army of nine million Java wizards at JAX 2014 keynote, earmarking arrays and Value Types as burning issues.
In a pairing described as ‘magical’, Apache Spark and Cassandra have pooled their resources to deliver analytics up to “100 times” swifter in-memory, and 10 times speedier on disk.
In the second part of his series, Scaling for Big Data, Cory Isaacson gets into the nuts and bolts of Big Data and attempts to pin down a concrete definition.
An insight into the Frege Language – a project attempting to bridge a lingering gap among JVM languages by providing a type-safe, purely functional programming language.
Xtend is the successor to the Xpand template language, which was a great choice for developing code generators. Although Xtend is not just a template language for code generation it is extremely well suited to the task. In this session, you will learn about the advantages and cool features that make Xtend a great language for building a continuously running, extensible and maintainable code generator. Filmed at JAX 2013.
The Artifactory and Bintray providers explain why Open Source technologies are by nature the strongest drivers of innovation.