2018 has certainly been a year. As the days grow shorter, we can’t help but look forward to a brand new 2019 and all the amazing tech trends in store for us. Today, Richard Whitehead explores the future of AI and whether all this automation will put us out of a job.
JDK 12 entered Rampdown Phase One which basically means that the lineup is set – JDK 12 is locked in with 8 features (and one still under review). JDK 12 is on track for a general release in March.
Jakarta EE is settling in nicely at the Eclipse Foundation. In this article, Otávio Gonçalves de Santana explores the latest direction for Jakarta EE: NoSQL databases. Introducing JNoSQL, Jakarta EE’s first integration project for Eclipse and NoSQL databases.
If you program in Rust, we recommend trying out Rocket. This speedy open source framework is for writing web applications. The latest release has too many features and improvements to list, while the roadmap towards the future is looking brighter than ever.
Zhuling Chen introduces the serious potential of side chains on a blockchain, for reducing the congestion that comes along with a higher volume of users, so that transactions are not slowed down. With this new technological infrastructure, a parallel processing will be easier and allow a higher level of customization of dApps. It is the way to handle a high traffic and speed up the system.
We are here with another interesting report, this time investigating the younger generations of developers. The 2018 HackerRank Student Developer Report is here and it brings some useful insight into the student developer community.
2018 has certainly been a year. As the days grow shorter, we can’t help but look forward to a brand new 2019 and all the amazing tech trends in store for us. Today, Ravi Mayuram goes over eight of his predictions for the tech world in the new year, including the future of DevOps, Kubernetes, open source, and more.
2018 has certainly been a year. As the days grow shorter, we can’t help but look forward to a brand new 2019 and all the amazing tech trends in store for us. Today, we look at DevOps! Pavan Belagatti explores how DevOps will grow in the coming year.
When it comes to Agile methodology, are you putting people first? In this article, Patrick Londa explores how human-centered design is the perfect fit for Agile development, and what you should ask yourself when implementing it.
In the past 10 years and since its initial conception, DevOps has become a cornerstone aspect for company culture and the developer community. We caught up with DevOpsCon speaker, Michiel Rook to discuss the development of DevOps over the years.
What is the next evolutionary step for data analysis? In this article, Piet Loubser argues that containerization and embedded AI to make data pipelines more intelligent represent the future.
About a year ago, product companies transformed their structure into a network of fully cross-functional and self-organized teams, strongly inspired by the Spotify model. But why did we take such a drastic step? In this session, Steffen Behn and Tina Dreimann explain everything you need to know.
There are hundreds of programming languages out there. Some new, some well-established, some built for reliability others for fun. But which are the hardest to learn and why? In this article, we take a look at the poll results for some of the, arguably, most difficult programming languages, as our readers ranked them.
“Despite Kubernetes’ growing popularity, it is still often challenging for developers to manage manually”
DigitalOcean’s Kubernetes as a Service is now available with production-ready functionality and full customer support. In short, developers of all skill levels can now harness the power of Kubernetes to simplify modern app development. We talked to VP of Product at DigitalOcean about this offering, its features and more.