Keynote

How to develop connected Products for Manufacture

In his keynote from the Internet of Things Conference, Josh Valman will run through the process of developing connected products, from concept to production and logistics, and how, as an important part of this process, steps and components can be removed from a product rather than added. It will highlight key disasters he has had (many!) so you don’t have to make them again.

OpenJDK Project under the gun

Java 9 steals the spotlight, OpenJDK Project takes it back

OpenJDK Project was under the gun during this year’s FOSDEM event for its misfire regarding the JIRA Bug-Tracker while Java 9 remained at the centre of developers’ attention as open discussions tipped the balance in its favor. The audience also had a chance to witness a conflict between Committers from SAP working on the Hotspot VM and Oracle.

Open source software environment for conducting behavioral studies

Software for Conducting Behavorial Studies in Java

Abstract Experiment Tool is an environment for conducting behavioral studies. Mostly, I use AETool for eye-tracking studies. With AETool, you can create experiments, add and edit participants, and work with stimuli.

The ABC of Function Point Analysis

Common Sense Software Engineering – Part VI: Function Point Analysis

In the sixth part of his common sense software engineering series, blogger Steve Naidamast gives us a valuable lesson: although many technical managers avoid using Function Point Analysis, this gem is one of the primary foundations in actual software engineering for developing accurate and sustainable project timelines.

Under the hood

RethinkDB releases official Java client driver

RethinkDB announced the release of an official Java client driver. The library implements RethinkDB’s query language and lets developers send queries to a RethinkDB cluster. Java developers can use the new client driver with RethinkDB to build real-time web applications, sending queries to the database and receiving live updates as the output changes.

IoT: Lots of opportunities for innovative applications

Building the Internet of Things with OSGi

In a world where billions of devices are being connected to the Internet, the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes an increasingly important domain. IoT offers a lot of opportunities for new and innovative applications, for example turning your home into a smart home, or turning cities into smart cities, by intelligently connecting sensor input data to various actuators.

DevOpsCon Video

Flexibility – how to make data science in banking work

Banking is advancing at a rapid pace; customers are demanding a personalized experience any time any place through any device. If banks don’t keep up with this demand, many fin-tech start-ups will. To stay ahead in this race, ING has made advancing her IT capabilities in general and her analytical capabilities in particular one of her core strategies.