The second beta release of Kotlin 1.1 was published in early February. Now Kotlin 1.1 is ready for its release candidate phase.
Now that the countdown for the release of Angular 4 has begun, it’s time to bring everything under one roof. Remember: Angular 4 will be released in March 2017 and it will be backwards compatible with Angular 2.
How important is culture in a DevOps context? Can we measure the degree of a company’s „DevOpsness“? We invited Nicole Forsgren, founder and CEO at DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA) and speaker at Software Architecture Summit to talk about the facets of DevOps and weigh in on the challenges that companies face when they want to adopt DevOps.
Oracle has released the Early Access documentation for JDK 9. It includes updated developer guides, migration assistance, and a list of new features in the release.
“Open source is complicated, especially for newcomers,” GitHub said in its roadmap for Open Source Guides. Open Source Guides is a collection of resources for individuals, communities, and companies who want to learn how to run and contribute to open source.
In this post, Asim Aslam, the founder of Micro, discusses the non-technical aspects of adopting microservices within a company. He also covers motivations, the migration path, what success may actually look like and the tradeoffs which are made in such a transition.
The release of TensorFlow 1.0 was announced yesterday at the first annual TensorFlow Developer Summit. It is fast, more flexible and promises Python API stability. Let’s see what else it has to offer.
Google just announced that its globally distributed relational database Cloud Spanner has hit public beta. Developers and database administrators no longer have to choose between traditional databases and NoSQL databases.
The world of software development is ever-changing but even though new trends, frameworks and platforms appear almost on a weekly basis, some things never change. We invited Kevlin Henney, a UK-based independent consultant, trainer, reviewer and writer and speaker at Software Architecture Summit to talk about the “New New” and to weigh in on the growing interest in software architecture.
Credit Suisse believes that Blockchain is a more powerful potential disruptor than bitcoin. The global financial services company claims that there are at least five potential uses for the technology behind bitcoin.
The team at Serverless has just released Scope, which promises to offer you a customizable bird’s eye view of your Github project. This open source status board driven by Serverless technology can be deployed as a stand-alone application or can be embedded directly into your project’s site.
It’s been one year since Yahoo open-sourced CaffeOnSpark so the tech giant has found a way to celebrate it — by open-sourcing TensorFlowOnSpark, its latest open source framework for distributed deep learning on big data clusters.
The microservice architecture has become the defacto best style for implementing web-based applications. However, with the “great power” provided by microservices comes great responsibilities and challenges. In this article, Daniel Bryant, Chief Scientist at OpenCredo and JAX DevOps speaker talks about the challenges of testing Java-based microservices.