FXRibbon is a Microsoft like ribbon control for Java (JavaFX) and its newest release 1.2 is stuffed with a bunch of major changes and improvements. Let’s take a closer look.
IT/Ops professionals are some of the best paid in the field. Things move fast, with new technology to constantly learn and keep up with. While there is no secret code to earning more, there are some trends between the top earners. What do these DevOps specialists have in common and what should you focus on to move up the ladder?
What is the missing protocol that will prove an essential companion to the internet of things and the data economy that comes with it? Blockchain, sort of. In this article, Henri Pihkala discusses the demand for a real-time data economy and what’s needed to support the secure transport, storage and monetisation that the new data economy demands.
Are you learning Python? Whether you are taking a course or learning on your own, Thonny is an IDE for beginners that comes built-in with some tools to make your lessons easier. They should know, it was developed by a University!
GitLab is here with yet another version. GitLab 11.4 brings an extensive list of major updates and improvements as well as a couple of deprecations you should keep in mind.
“Having more women in management roles can and will create a safe place for other women to flourish”
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Last year, 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 Carol MacKinlay, CPO at UserTesting.
If software is eating the world, then PostgreSQL has the potential to eat a large chunk of the database management market. In this article, Dave Page, Chief Architect Tools and Vice President at EnterpriseDB summarises the theme for PostgreSQL 11 and explains why it is increasingly attractive to a wide range of customers.
Time for some cuteness to brighten up your Monday. This time we have a dialect of LISP that is designed as an embedded extension language for Go. Meet zynomys, the pocket gopher that will help you drive your program with minimal fuss and maximum convenience.
Eclipse MicroProfile is dynamic and growing, while Jakarta EE is expanding into all new kinds of territory with its move to the Eclipse Foundation. Are they ready to be merged? How can we integrate the two technologies?Today, we take a look at where MicroProfile and Jakarta EE are going with Kevin Sutter.
The open forum to collaborate on enterprise Java microservices, Eclipse MicroPlofile is here with a new release. MicroProfile 2.1 is available and it features an update for the Open Tracing API.
If multiple threads execute the same code execution path, that code path becomes your critical path. In this article, Ram Lakshmanan explains why it’s important to identify critical code path, how to do it and offers a few best practices.
While it’s relatively easy to understand that hybrid configurations allow enterprises to lower expenses while taking advantage of the scale and flexibility that access to a cloud platform provides, a deeper understanding of how workloads affect other variables is vital in determining and optimizing Hybrid Cloud Return on Investment (ROI). In this article, Scott Sanders explains why it’s important to understand the Hybrid Cloud Return on Investment (ROI).
Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we welcomed Angular v7, we had a look at the new draft for Jakarta EE Specification Process and many more!
Are self-healing applications on our horizon? CA Technologies’ new AIOps platform hopes to bring us closer to the future of intelligent automation. What are the grand plans for AIOps and is it a potential reality or just another buzzword?