No turning back

EE4J will not inherit the Java EE name

Oracle’s Will Lyons has responded to the Java EE Guardians’ open letter asking the company to allow the use of “Java EE” and “javax” packages for EE4J. Although Oracle will not allow the new platform to retain the Java EE name, they seem to have agreed to one of the requests.

Interview with Erkan Yanar

“Kubernetes will become lingua franca in 2018”

“The momentum behind containers and Kubernetes shows no signs of slowing,” Alex Polvi wrote on the CoreOS blog two months ago. He’s not the only one who believes that Kubernetes will become one of this year’s biggest buzzwords. In the following interview, Erkan Yanar shares his 2018 predictions for containers.

All the Java improvements you need to know

Top Java tools to watch out for in 2018

Java has never failed to improve year by year. 2018 seems to be another year of significant and fascinating changes for the number one programming language worldwide.

Diana Hauser, Innovation Lab Manager at NTT DATA Germany

“It is too late to get girls interested in tech right before they have to decide for a study or career path”

Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also 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 Diana Hauser, Innovation Lab Manager at NTT DATA Germany.

Making your life as a developer easier

How to set up a continuous integration process in the cloud

It may not be a major challenge to upload libraries into Maven Central or Bintray, but can it be done in a continuous integration process? In this tutorial, Denis Kuniß explains how you can set up an automatic process to take care of this while maintaining an open source library.

Eclipse, Kotlin and serverless will take 2018 by storm

Top 5 predictions for the world of Java in 2018

We’ve talked about how IT will change this year and what’s coming in terms of digital privacy and security but how about Java? In this article, John Duimovich, IBM Distinguished Engineer and Java CTO outlines his top 5 predictions for what to watch in the world of Java in 2018.