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.
Unified JVM logging and more compiler controls – as Oracle confirms another four Java 9 features, plans for the next generation of Java are starting to become clearer.
A series of browser add-ons are allowing disillusioned cloud users to replace the word ‘Cloud’ with ‘Butt’ – with some rather hilarious outcomes.
There’s still a few things about Java that might surprise you.
Michael Nygard tells us how IT has changed since the 90s and where we’re still feeling growing pains.
Holger Voormann continues his discussion of Luna’s updates, taking us through the project highlights, the new IoT vogue and what Eclipse could and should be focussing on in future.
Having just debuted with its first major release, Deis is an open-source micro-PaaS that makes it easier to deploy and manage Dockerised applications.
This lunar year we saw some major changes to the Eclipse IDE. Holger Voormann walks us through the good, the bad and the ugly modifications to Eclipse and Luna.
Some had written it off as dated. Others never even considered it. From way out in leftfield comes an old database technology that is quickly overtaking NoSQL.
CloudBees founder and former JBoss CTO Sacha Labourey tells us about the ongoing PaaS struggle and what Docker is changing in IT.