Angular Elements provides Web Components and enables lightweight scenarios such as integration into existing applications, CMS, or Micro Apps. The new Ivy compiler takes care of bundles that are as lean as possible.
What did we learn at JAX London 2019? The answer is obviously different for each visitor, as many paths lead through the JAX programme. We summarised some of OUR personal highlights from the big Java conference – of course without claiming to be complete.
More and more programmers have begun working remotely. There’s a lot of benefits to remote work, for both employee and employer. However, when it comes to downsides, it can be difficult to find the right solutions. In this article, find out some commonly-encountered remote work problems and 4 tools that hold the solution.
In this article, Kamesh Sampath shows us how to master the first steps on the journey towards a serverless application. He shows how to set up the right environment and takes us through its deployment.
What lessons can Twitter and Facebook teach us about machine learning? These tech giants provide some ‘what to do’s, and even some ‘what not to do’s. Keep these important tips and practices in mind in order to improve your business model. Make sure you don’t forget about the end users’ experience and strive towards the best result.
Monica Beckwith in an interview at JAX London 2019. Microsoft’s JVM performance expert talks about innovations in the domain of Java Garbage Collection. What are the advantages of concurrent garbage collectors like Shenandoha and ZGC?
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Two years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Stefanie Pichler, Product Manager for Machine Learning & Advanced Data Analytics at A1 Digital.
Java 13 is here! In the third and final part of our interview series, we talk to some of the experts about all the pros and cons of Java. Michael Simons, Tim Riemer, Michael Vitz, Sandra Parsick, Christian Schneider, Tim Zöller, and Hendrik Ebbers discuss what’s on their wish list for Java 14. What features would they like to see?
Education technology moves fast, and it goes beyond smart boards and remote learning. How might the blockchain be put to work in the education sector? Find out a few ways in which the students of tomorrow may use the blockchain to keep student records, control the dispersal of copyrighted materials, and innovative learning platforms.
JAX London 2019 has started! With a look at the current Java ecosystem, program chair Sebastian Meyen opened the conference for Java & Software Innovation. In the following keynote, Marc Burgauer stressed the importance of building a culture of trust in software development teams.
Intentional support starts at home and ends at the workplace. Red Hat’s Margaret Dawson discusses the power of women intentionally supporting other women. Let’s break down gender barriers together on Ada Lovelace Day and empower women in tech. What is your organization waiting for?
Java 13 is here! In the second part of our interview series, we talk to some of the experts about all the pros and cons of Java. Michael Simons, Tim Riemer, Michael Vitz, Sandra Parsick, Christian Schneider, Tim Zöller, and Hendrik Ebbers discuss how they feel about the new six-month Java release cycle? Is it too frequent or is it just right?
Does your firm need a certified incident handler on the team? Incident handlers manage the situation that happens after a cybersecurity attack. They plan, manage, coordinate, and communicate in order to contain and mitigate the attack’s effects. In this article, Tiru Dehariya discusses some of the benefits that come with having an incident handler on board and when to look for when hiring one.