Sailing across the Functional Ocean

Clojure — Treat code as data [Pirates of the JVM]

When we launched the Pirates of the JVM series, we promised we would put the spotlight on each and every programming language in the JVM universe so here we go. Next stop: Clojure. We talked to Mark Engelberg, Clojure trainer, about the advantages and disadvantages of this language, its core principles and more.

Interview with Bart Blommaerts, architect at Ordina

Serverless does *not* mean NoOps

In recent years, the uprise of the cloud has brought us a lot of new and disruptive technologies. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc talked to Bart Blommaerts, architect at Ordina at JAX London 2016, about the benefits of serverless computing and his take on the “serverless = NoOps” dilemma. Watch Bart talk about the ABCs of serverless computing!

Invisible-makeover, to be precise

Angular 4 is here

Better late than never! Angular 4 has finally been released and it’s just what we expected and then some more. Let’s have a look at the highlights.

Interview with Steve Goldsmith, General Manager of HipChat

Trello Power-Ups give Atlassian a boost

New power couple Atlassian-Trello has announced that Jira, Confluence, HipChat and Bitbucket will be receiving a boost in the form of Power-Ups. These add-ons promise to give office silos a run for their money and step up collaboration software’s game. We invited Steve Goldsmith, General Manager of HipChat, to tell us how Atlassian plans to “solve collaboration” for teams.

Portrait: Elisa Miller-Out, co-founder of PollQ and COO of Women 2.0

Why women fall out of the tech pipeline

Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also 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 Elisa Miller-Out, co-founder of PollQ and COO of Women 2.0.