In this article, Danish Wadhwa debunks some of the most common misconceptions about agile. Are you doing it right? If not, this article should help you discern the truth from myths.
The Meltdown and Spectre story continues. Even though Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) response shows that they’ve already patched and protected their infrastructure you still have work to do. AWS’ Shared Responsibility Model means that you are responsible for patching the operating system running on your EC2 instances, and this is where things get … complicated.
Blockchain is becoming more than just a trend but will it dominate the sector of economic transactions this year? What milestones will the technology behind Bitcoin achieve in 2018? We talked with David Huseby, Hyperledger’s Security Maven about all this and more.
How can open source mapping improve location technologies? In this article, Jody Garnett goes over a cornerstone of the open source geospatial toolkit, JTS 1.15. The JTS topology suite brings spatial data types, spatial relationships, and spatial operations for processing geometries to the Eclipse Foundation.
React quickly gained popularity among developers thanks to its long list of features and an extensive application pool. We have a look at this library’s development so far and its best features.
There is a significant amount of work going into JDK10 to support containerized JVMs. In this post, Oracle’s Matthew Gilliard will show how the next release of the JDK will be container-aware.
Google is expanding its machine learning offerings with the all new Cloud AutoML. This service facilitates the use of machine learning models for developers and enterprises first starting out on their machine learning adventures. First up: image recognition!
Angular 6 should be released in 2-3 months. As we’re getting closer to the great finale, we start to see bits and pieces of what is shaping up to be a great version. The beta season for Angular 6 is now opened.
Kotlin 1.2.20 is a new bugfix and tooling update for Kotlin 1.2. Let’s take a look at what’s in this update.
Francis Nadeau, CEO at HydraLab, believes that in order to implement a blockchain solution, companies might have to change their processes. We caught up with him to talk about HydraLab’s approach, how it provides an easy to deploy cross-platform blockchain infrastructure and what’s next for this technology.
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.
“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.
There’s a new library in town! Arrow is a functional companion to Kotlin’s Standard Library. Let’s have a look at some of the major features in Arrow.
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.