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.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides a huge portfolio of services and products that can be combined to work with one another with one another. Michael Bruns explains how it is possible for developers to just click through this infrastructure using a colorful web UI and the possibility of automation, versioning and replication.
Bootstrapping in React is one of the most basic functions but a beginner may still struggle with it. Here is a quick tutorial on a very basic yet important bootstrap template example in ReactJS.
What are developers and data scientists using Python for? The language continues to grow in the field of machine learning, web development, and neural networks. ActiveState recently examined the data from their customers and listed the top use cases by industry and what ML tools professionals are using.
Once in a while companies are being restructured, processes made more efficient, organizations redefined, and departments merged or, in a worst-case scenario, made completely redundant. Whenever management announces changes, the disastrous sword of Damocles looms over each department along with question “Who will get hit and how?”
Are you ready to use reactive extensions in your code? Today, RedWerk explains how developers can utilize RxJava without needing a prescription. Take advantage of its features to use aysnchronous streams, a functional approach, easy caching, and more!
What are the benefits of serverless computing? What exactly is Knative and what features are still in development? In our interview with Evan Anderson, Senior Staff Software Engineer at Google, he gives an introduction into the new shiny serverless tooling based on Kubernetes. He also talks about the benefits and the downsides of serverless computing and why it is such a big topic at the moment.
Are you looking into serverless adoption? In this article, Richard Seroter of Pivotal shares 3 tips on what should you do in 2019 before you start using serverless products.
We first mentioned Gitpod last August. The new concept of this IDE allows you to create individual development environments from relevant GitHub repositories with just one click. Just like Project Theia, the company TypeFox is behind it. Co-founder Sven Efftinge, who is also product manager at Gitpod, introduces the new concept and explains the connection between Theia and Gitpod in an interview with JAXenter.
In some countries, failure is considered part of the road to success, particularly in terms of entrepreneurship – but in Germany it’s a taboo subject. You avoid mentioning it. According to common consensus, someone who failed just didn’t think things through, was either unobservant or incompetent. This is precisely the mindset that suppresses innovation as it leaves no space for trial and error.
In this article, Ralf Huuck goes over his predictions for how the field of data security will shake out in the new year. What’s in store for 2019? Hopefully, more standardization within the field and less data breaches overall.
Reactive programming promises higher performance of Enterprise Java applications with lower memory requirements. This promise is achieved by avoiding blocking calls that always lead to process and context switches in the operating system. Such context switches have a high CPU and memory overhead, which, of course, is reduced by fewer of such switches. However, this performance gain of reactive programming comes at the price of poorer maintainability of the software. But is the higher performance worth the price and what are the alternatives? Let’s take a closer look at this in this article.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we had the official JDK 13 schedule, Go’s steady growth in the enterprise, the new TypeScript release, our top picks from GitHub in March and more.
Keep the GitHub workflow going with Gitpod. Gitpod has officially left its beta state and is now available for general usage. Gitpod is a complete terminal for GitHub projects. The in-browser IDE is based on Eclipse Theia. It requires no setup and offers features for remote team collaboration.