For any Java developers hoping they can check what value is on the stack just before returning, there’s good news and there’s not-so-good news.
Akka team lead Roland Kuhn speaks to Takipi’s Alex Zhitnitsky about the road to building the (JAX- Innovation-Award-winning) technology behind Akka Streams, Akka HTTP and Akka Typed.
Thousands of Kickstarter backers are rallying in support for a microcomputer campaign that is promising a whole new level of microcomputing.
Typesafe have decided to find a new name for themselves over the next two months, and with it change its image as “the Scala company”. In a first for the IT scene, the community is invited to help.
From generic names and microservices to Java ME 8 on the Pi, this latest edition of Thorben Janssen’s Java Weekly brings us the week’s hottest links, tutorials and updates from the Java world.
A commitment to stability has helped churn out Rust 1.0, with claims of blazingly fast performance, prevention of nearly all segfaults and guaranteed thread safety. Being open source and now also openly governed is the icing on the cake.
JAX keynote speaker Markus Voelter explains the workings of Language-Oriented Business Applications – a concept that describes a user-friendly programming environment where business users can program individual software solutions.
After initially breaking away from the grips of Joyent and Node.js, io.js has now officially signed up with the Node.js Foundation, putting an end to the community split.
JavaFX is now celebrating one year in the Java 8 club. As application development grows more and more complex, Oracle’s Wolfgang Weigend shows us why GUI testing is so important.
The framework mvvmFX provides tools to implement the Model-View-ViewModel design pattern with JavaFX. After one year of development it was now released in a first stable version 1.0.0.
Using practical examples, Oracle’s David Delabassee explains what home automation is all about and how Java EE fits into the IoT space.
Following his stimulating talk at the JAX Finance, Ben Stopford explores a range of data platforms through a lens of basic hardware and software tradeoffs in the second part of his two-part article.