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Time for a proper introduction

Have you met the GitLab Web IDE yet?

The GitLab Web IDE is hardly new considering that it was introduced with the beta version in GitLab 10.4. Nonetheless, it was only a couple of days ago that Dimitrie Hoekstra, UX Designer at GitLab, shared some insights into the thought process behind the creation of the Web IDE. Here, we have a closer look at the IDE and the most interesting facts behind its creation.

Up for grabs

JAX Magazine is out: All aboard the IDE train!

Most programmers form very strong opinions on their choice of tools which is why the IDE discussion can easily turn into a minefield. Let’s steer away from trouble and focus on the options instead. This issue is *all* about IDEs!

Exploring Java 10

Join the Jenkins & Java 10 online hackathon

Jenkins requires Java 8 as there are some known compatibility issues with higher Java versions. However, the time has come to do some serious Java 10 investigation and have some fun while at it! Why not participate in the Jenkins & Java 10 online hackathon?

Trivial pursuit

How well do you know your Sauce Labs trivia?

Our regular programming pub quiz series continues this week with Sauce Labs. Do you know everything there is to know about this continuous testing cloud provider?

Interview with Yossi Weinberg, software developer at WhiteSource

“Users aren’t taking responsibility for their open source usage – This has to change”

Open source has a lot of benefits, no one can argue that. However, it is also uniquely positioned to face the threats of today’s security concerns. We talked with Yossi Weinberg, software developer at WhiteSource about how WhiteSource is making sure users’ projects are secure, why open source management is essential and the impact Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub will have on the open source community.

The pulse of Java

Java health check-up: Has popularity waned?

The six-month Java release cycle has gained a lot of critics and caused some controversy. Will it affect the popularity of Java though? We look at some surveys to see if Java’s popularity has changed.