With the release of Java 9 slated for September 2016, it’s not too early to start thinking about what the new release will actually do to your code.
In the second installment of Cory Isaacson’s crash-course guide to Data Modelling, we learn how to design a data model good enough to last forever.
If your team is considering a micro-services approach, this is one introduction video you’ll want to watch. With practical examples, Chris Richardson shows us how decomposing applications into micro-services improves deployability and scalability.
Moving to a distributed version control system (DVCS) like Git or Mercurial can mean facing a number of problems. Here’s a look at the best ways to solve those problems while saving time when switching.
Aiming at a developer community that grows more and more polyglot, the multi-lingual IDE Komodo is steadily increasing its number of supported languages. Komodo’s Nathan Rijksen shows us how to get started with Komodo IDE 9.
Multi-lingual stacks, the database alternatives and performance failures are just a few of the issues we look at in this latest issue of the JAX Magazine. Read it here on JAXenter.com.
Alex Zhitnitsky is back to chat about java performance and debunking the stuff that you think you know about garbage collection. Read on for some serious trash-talking.
Optimising HTTP can be tricky. And that’s where SPDY comes in. Designed to reduce latency and increase security, Google’s web protocol can nicely fill the holes of HTTP.
The performance tuning world is a dangerous place says Alex Zhitnitsky, who takes a look at how garbage collection affects java performance. Read on to understand what you’re up against, possible solutions and other alternatives available to you.
The winners of the 2015 JAX Innovation Awards were announced to an audience of over two thousand programmers at the JAX conference in Germany.
There are a lot of ways to be inefficient writing Java EE applications. But there’s three ways to enhance your JPA productivity, the last of which Matti Tahvonen lays out in the final part of this series: QueryDSL.
Lukas Eder gives a second opinion on Thorben Janssen’s approach to result set mapping and the definition of “complex”.
Are you looking to improve the way you’re prioritising work in your agile environment? Tomas Rybing presents the ‘Priority Pyramid’ which has resulted in positive feedback from the wider Kanban community.
Looking for a different Java library to use in your next piece of work? Alex Zhitnitsky has completed this staggering research task to present the most widely used Java libraries of the most popular GitHub repos.