Project Panama is building a bridge to non-JVM libraries like C and C++. And it could be the most exciting Java 9 feature yet.
Tim Fox of Red Hat explains the basics of Vert.x and how it will help bring us into a reactive future.
Licensing software under two separate licenses can be quite a challenge.
It has been three wonderful days of talks, workshops and networking at JAXLondon. As the conference draws to a close we’ve compiled a list of some of the best moments over the last few days.
Alex Zhitnitsky talks us through the main features of seven helpful tools that every Java developer should know.
We all know the pitfalls of monolithic applications. But is there a viable alternative? At the JAX London 2014, keynote speaker Chris Richardson showed us the potential of microservice systems.
Just before lunch at the first main day of the JAX London conference, Martijn Verberg spoke about the habits of highly effective teams.
Before his keynote at the JAX London, Paul Fremantle of WSO2 talks Internet of Things, Java 9 features and what it means to be a CTO.
Attractive women face less bias when they acknowledge their appearance in interviews for typically male positions, research shows.
Apache Syncope will assist companies with digital identity management in an effort to ensure that data regulations are being followed.
It’s official – Dart is now obsolete for Java devs. Anton Epple tells us he has created a way to develop HTML applications with Java APIs.
Al Tobey of Datastax speaks to JAXenter about the pros of Docker.
Is messaging in the RDBMS database a sin? Lukas Eder shares his thoughts on the topic.
In spite of big changes at the helm of Oracle, the highly anticipated JavaOne keynote was an uninspiring start to the annual conference.