What is Jakarta EE? What does it mean for a project to go open source like Java EE? In this interview, Ivar Grimstad, the PMC Lead of EE4J, gave us five minutes of his time to tell us about EE4J and Jakarta EE.
What is and isn’t part of Java? The question has a more in-depth answer than you may suspect. In this article, Simon Ritter discusses the differences in definitions between terms such as Oracle JDK and OpenJDK.
Every code snippet that you will ever need is probably somewhere on the internet. All you have to do is ask for it. So why do we keep writing code? What’s our value as developers? Sarah Saunders talks about the skills that underline our job description as developers.
How do we know what’s important enough to measure? How do we get a holistic picture of organizational health? How do we ensure our metrics help us more than they hurt us? JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc caught up with Julia Wester at DevOpsCon 2018 to talk about all this and more.
You highly value test automation but debugging tests is giving you a hard time? Meet Gauge, an open source test automation framework that is here to take care of your test wounds!
The blockchain market shows no signs of slowing down and this technology is one of the hottest skills in the IT job market. However, if you want to get an overview of all the open source blockchain projects out there, you should head over to GitHub. That’s exactly what we did.
Have you ever thought of having a multi-language and multi-cloud development platform? Pulumi is the multi-machine that will make the dream come true!
Open source and machine learning go together like peanut butter and jelly. But why? In this article, Kayla Matthews explores why many of the best machine learning tools are open source.
Remember when the “battle” was between Angular and React? That’s no longer the case. These days, you’re either on Vue.js’ side or you’re a React fan.
React Native will soon undergo a new internal rearchitecture. What will be added and changed? The present, past, and future of React Native is shining bright.
It’s that time of year again! The 2018 Packt Skill Up Report is out and loud! With 8000 respondents and 6 focus tracks, it gives a detailed picture of the tools and trends that define how software developers work today. In this article, we take a closer look at web development: What technologies are currently number one and what does the future hold?
Go is playing in the big leagues now; its popularity has skyrocketed in the last few years and more and more companies are now fishing for Go developers. That being said, let’s have a closer look at the language.
Wherever you are, you can livestream the opening keynote for the Machine Learning Conference and join Xander Steenbrugge as he discusses “Cracking open the black box of neural networks”.