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Dart can now officially call GitHub home, in a move that has shifted the whole programming language to the popular open source hosting service. Google have also axed the Chrome Dev Editor, but are hoping the community can still salvage something from it.
What can happen when spaghetti code is relied upon to operate mission-critical systems? We look at the Toyota spaghetti code debacle and how it could be the bad habits of programmers inheriting code at the heart of the problem.
Built for scalability across multiple machines, the JSON document store RethinkDB is a distributed database that uses an easy query language. Here’s how to get started.
Lukas Eder looks inside his java crystal ball and makes a JDK annotation prediction like no other, which looks pretty solid to us – roll up, roll up, place yer bets.
This article explains how to create SOAP-based web services using the JAX-WS API and deploy it with Tomcat. The tutorial follows a step-by-step approach to writing a client using Java’s wsimport utility.
Whether developers like it or not, DevOps is here to stay. At the DevOpsCon in Berlin, we spoke to DevOps consultant Andreas Schmidt about why the initial hurdles are worth the switch to a DevOps approach.
DevOps is important and so is design, so why shouldn’t they be used harmoniously in a successful partnership? Jeff Sussna has coined his own theory behind the concept of continuous design.
A total of approximately 480 JIRA tickets is what it takes to update Apache Hive to Version 1.2. The data warehouse software for Apache Hadoop has already reached its third release of the year, with the Hive community continuing its growth.
The first stable drop from Reactive Streams has landed, with version 1.0.0 available for immediate use. All the time spent discussing, debating, programming and testing has led to an asynchronous stream solution for “back pressure”.
A nod to Hibernate, Java 8 concurrency and the challenge of Java Deathmatch are on the agenda in the latest edition of Thorben Janssen’s Java Weekly, featuring the week’s hottest links, tutorials and updates from the Java world.