“Agile troublemaker” Dan North explains the problems of agile environments and how some teams are succeeding with large-scale deliveries in spite of being agile.
A top chef wouldn’t serve his or her customers second-rate food, so why should you settle for second-rate code?
Has your boss ever tried to entice you with a bonus for finishing a project by a certain date? Does this tactic even work for developers? Read on to find out.
What are the most common testing mistakes? How much testing is enough? And what should you name your tests? Find all the answers in this latest issue of JAX Magazine.
The beginning of the Rust 1.0 release cycle is upon us – queue the promise of stability and hassle-free upgrades.
Imagine a builder that has never heard of windows. Now imagine the joys of a SQL programmer that discovers window functions.
Docker is struggling to get past the issue of security, while classicists claim that containers are inherently less secure than the virtual machine.
Eclipse evangelist Benjamin Cabé shows us five things every developer needs to know about how the Internet of Things works.
As IT spending reaches a five-year high, enterprises are allocating more funds towards innovation and cloud development.
Oracle has begun removing JAR files from the Java runtime system as it searches for the final piece of the Java modularization puzzle.
The time has come to declare the most popular programming language of 2014. What are the different language rankings saying? And how reliable is their data?