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.
If you’re a Java developer, then the first and biggest decision you’ll make is for an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to aid the development process. We take a look at the top Java IDEs and what makes them great.
Medical researchers are increasingly turning to analytic tools to undertake ever bigger projects, while several big data analyses have already delivered significant results for healthcare.
Number26 is Europe’s most modern bank account, with all transactions appearing instantly on your smartphone. As a rising star on the FinTech stage, we were keen to hear more about the tech behind Europe’s latest banking solution.
Avatar’s days are numbered. After months of tumbleweed tumbling through the Avatar project, Oracle has performed a sharp u-turn and cancelled its plans for an Avatar 2.0 release.
After most of Silicon Valley (except for Apple) snubs Obama’s cybersecurity conference, the U.S. president has professed his love of Apple Pay, but has forgotten to mention Samsung Pay. #awkward
Think you’re a whiz when it comes to Java? Love using Eclipse? The Eclipse Foundation have recently announced a skills competition that is sure to produce some epic bug fixes.
We’re back with another Java hack from resident devotee Alex Zhitnitsky. Today we’re looking at some useful techniques and methods that Java threads support.