The team from JetBrains has just released Datalore, a cloud-based web app for building machine learning models and creating rich visualizations in Python.
Doing the same tasks every single day is likely to lead to frustration. However, you should keep in mind that frustration is a state of mind — you can easily overcome it if you take these steps.
Kubernetes has a new ally: Kublr delivers an open, easy-to-use, enterprise-grade Kubernetes platform that’s not tied to a single cloud, PaaS, OS. We talked with Slava Koltovich, CEO at Kublr, about the company’s plans to disrupt the Kubernetes market, how they intend to help advance Kubernetes adoption and more.
The ongoing debate over what appliance form is best suited for which app carries on. Should an app be a desktop application or would it work better if it were a web application? And developing for the mobile sector just adds complexity and heats up the debate. However, there is one type of application that everyone agrees on: Progressive Web Apps.
What do developers look for in a platform provider? According to recent research from Accenture, developers overwhelmingly want education over monetization, technically accurate content, and timely support from platform providers. The bad news: most platforms aren’t even close to making the grade.
There is a pronounced shortage of developers qualified in building decentralized, scalable blockchain systems and applications. The question is, how can we provide the educational support that this new generation of logical thinkers requires?
The Language Server Protocol (LSP) was big last year. It’s now time for the rise of LSP plugins! Lucas Bullen explains what language server protocols are, how they changed the IDE landscape, and talks about what kind of language server plugins 2018 has in store for us.
Angular 6 should be released pretty soon. As we’re getting closer to the grand finale, we start to see bits and pieces of what is shaping up to be a great version. Beta.5 is here.
As ChatOps becomes more and more relevant in the DevOps ecosystem, Stride, Slack’s competitor opens its API to all developers in hope of giving the ultimate freedom for app customization.
Command line tools are surprisingly more relevant for developers than you’d expect. In this article, Piotr Gaczkowski goes over why we still use command line interface tools and how they work. Also, he discusses some of the essential CLI tools you need to know as well as some that are just for fun.
Last year, we talked about the love-hate relationship between banks and Fintech. Now it’s time to take this discussion forward and focus on the next phase of their collaboration. Fintech influencers Brett King and Mike Quindazzi weigh in.
The Apache NetBeans team is proud to announce the release of Apache NetBeans (incubating) 9.0 Beta.
Got any brilliant ideas about Java, DevOps, microservices or emerging technologies? We can’t wait to hear them! JAX London is looking for papers and presenters for the 2018 conference in October.