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The countdown to Java 12 has begun: Here’s the list of all the planned new features
Julia takes the stage while PHP continues its five-year slump
On the road to Angular v8: Bountiful fifth beta brings a dozen bug fixes & a handful of features
First look at JDK 13: The list of JEP candidates is getting longer
Go packages don’t have versions or dependencies. At least, not yet. With Go 1.11 and its experimental support for versioned Go modules, this is changing. Go 1.11 brings native support for versions and modules in Go as a fixed component to the Go toolchain. The modules are meant to replace community solutions such as dep or glide and create a new uniform solution. But does that really work? Jan Stamer explains.
Sometimes it’s best to stick with the most mature tools, but other times it’s worth it to explore the fresh new repos on the scene. K9s is a simple terminal UI for interacting with your Kubernetes clusters. Help this project grow by running it, testing it, and seeing what this little pooch can do.
More organizations are riding the wave of serverless and Kubernetes, and many are starting to see tangible results. Here are five trends in serverless that are sure to impact the way organizations develop and deliver software for years to come.
How to succeed in tech: Keep your coding passion alive, it will make a difference as you move forward in your career
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Two years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Sara Brodin, Head Of Engineering at VAI.
Nobody likes a failed implementation. However, learning from your mistakes is what keeps a mistake from turning into a true DevOps nightmare. Brian Dawson of CloudBees explains five different ways developers can break free from their dreadful errors and return to the DevOps implementation of their dreams.
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.
Programming languages go through cycles; it’s up to us to know when to switch to the latest new thing. Here’s a look at the internet’s collective wisdom about programming language: the PYPL Index! Looks like Python and Java are on top, Julia is rising quickly, and PHP continues to slump for the 5th year in a row.
We are almost a month away from the general availability of JDK 12 but it is already time to move forward! The development repositories for JDK 13 are open and today we take a look at a new JEP candidate.
Java 12 is now in the Release Candidate phase, which means that the countdown has begun! Java 12 will be released on 19 March so it’s time to have a look at *all* the planned new features.
Microservices are in, monoliths are out & everyone should switch to automated testing for CI/CD deployment
Finding out the latest trends for development can be difficult for the average developer. That’s why Atlassian’s recent survey is such a helpful look at what’s going on in the field. Apparently, microservices are in, monoliths are out, and absolutely everyone has to switch to automated testing for CI/CD deployment.
How should software be implemented? At the Eclipse Foundation, this is decided by the specification document. Wayne Beaton, the Director of Open Source Projects at the Eclipse Foundation, explores the process for how project specifications are created and what this means for Jakarta EE.
The beta season for Angular v8 began in mid-January and we’re eager to see the final result. The fifth beta is already here but even though Angular v8.0.0 is set for general availability around May, the team put up a warning that the plan is subject to change and a fixed schedule cannot be set.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we explored the new JAX Mag, Project Helidon 1.0, and Linkerd 2.2. Also, we explored the how Clojure and Kotlin are a great fit for the JVM, Jib 1.0 is ready for production, and more!