The latest version of Kotlin arrives with a new time measurement and duration API preview, tooling improvements, plans for an improved Java to Kotlin converter, various debugging improvements, and more. Come check out the latest versioning and see what other news Kotlin has been keeping up its sleeve lately.
The monthly GitLab update has arrived, right on time and with new features and capabilities. Take a look inside and see some of the newest highlights for version 12.2. This month introduces faster, more efficient pipelines, cross project merge request dependencies, performance upgrades, a new Design Management, and a few more goodies.
AI is integrating into all aspects of our lives, even into our home. As home automation tools are becoming more and more affordable, the smart home is no longer just for the rich. What does the future of home automation hold and how can smart homes save you money and energy consumption?
OpenJFX is currently hosted on Mercurial, but with Project Skara in the pipeline and JavaFX already partially on GitHub, Kevin Rushforth thinks it’s time to talk about moving OpenJFX there as well. It couldn’t have come at a better time because Bitbucket announced this week that they are shutting down Mercurial for good next summer.
The most recent version of GraalVM is here! 19.2.0 includes a variety of bug fixes, compatibility improvements, and some brand new developer tools. Test out the preview for the Java Flight Recorder plugin and go on a tour of the newly updated versioning roadmap. Let’s have a look under the hood and see what’s new.
What’s new with Julia? The latest update for the high-performance technical computing language has arrived and is ready to download. This is a minor update, so this means no breaking changes. However, it brings plenty of standard library changes, a handful of new features, and some minor changes. Meet Julia v1.2!
Now that Angular v8 is here, it’s time to embark on a new journey: towards the next release! It’s never too soon to look forward to the future, and we are already watching for Angular v9. What’s new? The latest update includes some performance improvements for ivy, a few new features, bug fixes, and one breaking change.
Serverless computing is a hot topic, and as more and more companies and ecosystems adopt it, computing environments get more and more complex. We spoke to Matt Chotin, Senior Director of Technology Strategy at AppDynamics about using application performance monitoring and AIOps to improve your serverless setup.
How does the rise in mobile app development affect big data? The amount of data continues to grow at unprecedented levels. As the total data produced will cross zettabyte level in a few years, big data analytics is required to be in the picture for high-level analytics and deriving valuable insights from the vast pool of data.
Two new JDK Enhancement Proposals, or JEP, drafts propose to make changes to garbage collection in the next JDK. One wants to remove Concurrent Mark Sweep garbage collector, since it was deprecated two years ago, and the other wants to make Z Garbage Collector available to macOS users as well. Let’s take a closer look.
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 Lisa Mo Wagner, Product & Growth Consultant.
When it comes to data solutions, is it worth it to build everything from scratch, co-develop with partners, buy a license from a vendor, or acquire small open source startups? This article examines the different solutions to data strategies and what organizations should consider when evaluating each option.
The success of deep neural networks in diverse areas as image recognition and natural language processing has been outstanding in recent years. However, classical machine learning and deep learning algorithms can only propose the most probable solutions and are not able to adequately model uncertainty.