What are the most common testing mistakes? How much testing is enough? And what should you name your tests? Find all the answers in this latest issue of JAX Magazine.
Imagine a builder that has never heard of windows. Now imagine the joys of a SQL programmer that discovers window functions.
Alex Zhitnitsky takes us behind the scenes of Java 9 and shows us how new features come to life.
At the EclipseCon Europe 2014, head of Eclipse Mike Milinkovich told JAX Editors Diana Kupfer and Hartmut Schlosser about the new Eclipse Cloud Initiative.
jOOQ’s Lukas Eder takes a look at the wealth of creative class names in Spring and the naming policy in Java.
MongoDB is making claims that it’s a “schemaless database” because it’s a JSON-style data store. But does that really make it schemaless? And what does “schemaless” even mean anyway?
If you’ve ever wanted to get started with Web Components and find out what they’re useful for, here’s your chance.
Elasticsearch founder shares his experiences with Lucene and tells us how Elasticsearch all started with a simple cooking app for his wife.
The next major release of Angular is bringing a unified method for injecting dependencies into a directive.
Microservices are in – Amazon, Ebay and Netflix are changing the game by breaking up the monolithic approach. Should we allow follow suit?
Alex Zhitnitsky takes a look at Takipi’s survey of the most requested Java 9 features in the community.
Many commentators have taken insult at the new developer Barbie doll – but let’s take a look at her programming skills before we go judging her.
How many different devices will be creating information in future? How will they send that information back? And what role will analytics play in future?
There are plenty of reasons for business decision makers and IT teams to become better integrated, says Mike Piech of Red Hat.