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?
When you are planning to transition into the cloud, you may wonder how many Kubernetes clusters you will need. If you want to learn how to create isolated stages within a Kubernetes cluster, this article is for you. Michael Frembs also discusses the advantages and disadvantages of multiple stages.
The beta season for Angular v8 began in mid-January and we’re eager to see the final result. The betas keep coming; the 10th beta brings quite a few breaking changes, plus support for TypeScript 3.3 (and drops older versions!). Let’s have a quick look.
Java 12: “Switch Expressions gives developers a chance to clean up some of the massive switch statements & convoluted if-then-else blocks”
In light of the Java 12 release, we caught up with Donald Smith, Senior Director, Product Management for Java at Oracle to talk about the latest version, how the new release cadence has affected the workflow for the Java team, the new feature that he is most excited about, and more!
Java SE 12 is here and even though it’s not an LTS release, it definitely brings some important features to the table. Let’s have a look at the highlights of this new release.
Oracle’s change to the release cadence had many users deciding to switch to OpenJDK binaries. What can Zulu bring to the table of JDK alternatives? Simon Ritter goes over some of Zulu’s features.
Automated end-to-end testing is a process that plays an important role in the continuous integration and delivery process. In this tutorial, Deepa Guna explores how you can execute these tests in a container within a Kubernetes cluster.
No one wants to accidentally infect their system with a security vulnerability. Now, developers can safely dig into new software with the Sandboxed API. Newly open sourced by Google, this data security tool helps ensure the safety of your system while still letting developers put new programs through their paces.
Search has evolved from information retrieval into big data analytics. In this article, Giovanni Tummarello explains how you can improve your search analytics with Siren for data visualization, joins across backends, and more!
Want to help Jakarta EE? Then take the Jakarta EE Developer Survey, from the home of open source cloud native Java. Your input is needed in order to help measure the current ecosystem and what Jakarta EE needs to add in the future. Data from this annual survey will be released to the public.
Last autumn, JetBrains surveyed more than 1,500 Java developers on their learning patterns and preferences and the results are in! Let’s have a look at some interesting highlights.