You asked for it and Spring listened! Thanks to helpful comments and suggestions from the Spring community, the latest updates comes with UI changes for Spring Initializr. These architecture changes directly reflect user feedback, making a simpler and easier UI experience for everyone.
Numerous reports have documented recently Julia’s incredible growth over the past few months. Today, however, we are having a look at the latest additions to Julia. If you have not yet joined the hype, maybe these updates will do the trick for you!
Life comes at you fast with IntelliJ IDEA. This week, the Release Candidate for IntelliJ IDEA 2019.1 is available for download. Try out the newest build before the GA is out soon! Let’s take a look!
AIOps holds out the promise of delivering to busy CIOs and sysadmins the sort of AI support they need to make sense of the ever-growing complexity of their IT environments. However, there are a few things you need to take into consideration before you plunge into AIOps. Jiayi Hoffman, a data science architect at OpsRamp, goes over the five essential steps to prepare for AIOps.
RedMonk’s biannual report -for the first quarter of 2019- on the state of the most popular programming languages is here. The RedMonk team also presents a neat chart that includes all the language movements from 2012 till Q1 2019. Let’s have a look.
Have you got a great idea to share about Java, DevOps, microservices, cloud, or web development? Come be a part of this year’s lineup in London! JAX London is looking for papers and presenters for the 2019 conference in October.
Are we failing to exploit the benefits of modern technology by running our software businesses and teams as if they’re post-war factories, rather than continuously delivering?
Choosing the members of your distributed team wisely and making them feel close even when they’re thousands of miles away can help you win half of the fight. The other half is a well-designed management plan that works both for you and your team – at least this is what worked for the team at Sematext. Here’s how you might want to go about it.
It’s been eight months since Istio 1.0 was released so now it’s time to welcome the next version. The theme for 1.1 is Enterprise Ready, which means the team has worked hard to make sure companies using Istio will have a smooth ride.
The third quarterly Simultaneous Release for the Eclipse IDE arrives with seventy-five participating projects in tow. Let’s have a closer look at all the updates it brings through Holger Voormann’s latest videos.
Java 12 added plenty of new enhancements and we are still celebrating its release. One of the newest features is JEP 189. Shenandoah is a garbage collector developed by a team at Red Hat and focuses on low-pause time for large heaps. Is it the right GC for you?
Which programming language is the most secure? High security vulnerabilities for Java have declined since 2015
Time to put languages to the test. Which programming languages are the most secure and which have dents in their armor? A report from WhiteSource examined security vulnerabilities in some of the most popular programming languages and looked at the trends of high security vulnerabilities over the years.
There are a lot of improvements in the newest Thorntail release. Previously known as WildFly Swarm, Thorntail now works with Java 11 and MicroProfile 2.2. What else is in store?