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?
Smart contracts work differently to what we’re used to, as they run and execute on the blockchain, not on your computer or smartphone, and this requires a change in thinking while writing code. Here are a few tips that should give you a clear idea of how to properly write smart contracts.
Many of the most exciting high-tech projects nowadays include bringing together knowledge from two or more well-established and fast-growing fields. One of the prominent examples is applying machine learning in order to filter and analyze the huge amount of data we obtain from the Internet of Things (IoT). But first, let’s see why IoT needs help from artificial intelligence in order to reach its full potential.
Are you ready for an iOS IDE revolution? The all-new Xcode 9 offers a host of new features that are sure to make developing for Swift and Objective-C faster than ever. Here, Ashish H. Kakkad explores some of the new functions in Xcode 9 and how easy they make developing for iOS apps.
At last! The latest version of Angular is out and loud! We have long awaited this moment but it is finally here, stuffed with features that promise to make the wait worthwhile! Let’s take a closer look.
Java developers gather round! It’s time for the ultimate look into the JVM ecosystem! The JVM Ecosystem Report 2018 is live and brings *tons* of useful and interesting data with it. Let’s take a closer look at some of the highlights
Microsoft has an excellent opportunity in front of them and the GitHub acquisition shouldn’t be viewed in a vacuum. Continuing to find ways to give back to the community will prove to be invaluable for Microsoft in winning over the hearts and minds of skeptical developers.
GitHub’s expansion continues with the announcement of GitHub Actions. Move beyond just code storage and into code testing as GitHub helps automate your workflow. The new feature is in beta, so in the meantime, what is the competition doing?
Kubernetes has emerged as the defacto standard in enabling IT to build out digital architectures to deliver on their business goals, and it is now a “must have” for whatever your organization’s level of digital maturity is. In this article, Vamsi Chemitiganti talks about the five fundamental business capabilities that Kubernetes can drive in the enterprise.
As it matures, Eclipse MicroProfile has begun to adopt other modern approaches like reactive programming. In this article, Ondrej Mihályi explains why support for reactive programming is needed and how developers can create responsive and resilient apps with MicroProfile.
What are the challenges involved in moving from the old “SSH and tail -f” world to a world of centralized and structured logs? Axel Fontaine gives you a full tour in this DevOpsCon session.
It’s this time of the year again! The State of Octoverse 2018 report is here and it’s rich with data on the usage of our favorite programming languages and technologies. Let’s take a closer look!
Built-in tools have some serious advantages, like easier maintenance, fewer bugs, less dependency on the database in use, easier to migrate to another server, etc. But when it comes to performance it is far from the best. What if you wanted to make our ETL even better? Veselin Davidov gives us a full tour!
Serverless is a tool like any other, but since it means a radical shift in your operations model, teams are often tempted to ‘dip a toe in’ with their first few services. This leads to many of the problems described by Toby Fee, Community Developer for Stackery in this article.