The craft of software application development has evolved over the past thirty years. Yet, in comparison, Infrastructure as Code development (IaC) is still in its infancy. This talk presents some of the most impactful learning journeys from Emma’s career as an application developer, and how to apply those lessons to accelerate the growth of Infrastructure as Code as a craft in its own right.
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Have you ever wondered who you really are as a developer? Perhaps you always suspected where your one special talent lies! Well now you don’t have to wonder, take the JAX Quiz and you’ll know!
For a long time, Java developers had to take unattractive detours when formulating multi-line string literals, while enviously switching to Scala, Kotlin, Groovy and other languages. With JEP 355, text blocks are now being previewed in Java 13.
Java expert Falk Sippach celebrates the release of Java 13 in this article talking about what’s new, why it matters and what it means for the future of the programming language.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week the September TIOBE Index was published, provoking an interesting discussion about PHP, and two big new releases hit the ground running: JavaFX 13 and Jakarta EE 8. Let’s take a look.
What a week this has been for Java! Jakarta EE 8 and JavaFX 13 are already here, and Java 13 is waiting in the wings for its moment to shine! Now that the dust has settled a little bit and we got some sleep after the Jakarta One online conference, we’ve put together a little something about the release of Jakarta EE 8.
What a week this has been! We got JavaFX 13 and Jakarta EE 8, and Java 13 is just around the corner, too! Now that the excitement has died down to a dull roar, we’ve put together a post detailing the key features and changes of the new OpenJFX release. Let’s take a look.
To celebrate the long-awaited release of Jakarta EE 8, we’re featuring content from prominent names and faces in the world of Jakarta EE and enterprise Java. This article is written by Eclipse Foundation Jakarta EE Program Manager Tanja Obradovic.
Facebook, Capital One, Marriot International – we’re so used to emails asking us to change our passwords because of a data breach that we barely bat an eyelid now. I’m not saying that we should stop changing our passwords, but what if massive data breaches became a thing of the past? Well Tide might just have a found a way to do that.
To celebrate the long-awaited release of Jakarta EE 8, we’re featuring content from prominent names and faces in the world of Jakarta EE and enterprise Java. This article is written by Arjan Tijms.
After what seemed like eternity, the time has finally come – the long awaited first release of Jakarta EE is now officially in the hands of the public. Now the community can start hoping for faster development of the platform.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we learned about Jabel, which lets developers write Java 12+ syntax in Java 8, got some insights into the current R language trends, a new version of Golang and much more. Let’s take a look.
Co-founder and CTO of DataSine, Chris Loy, and Front End Engineer Jenny Wem both have plenty of programming experience. We found the time to ask them some questions about life as a programmer, the challenges they face, how things have changed, and what advice they have for programmers of the future.
R language enthusiast Jesse Casman collected information from speakers of the UseR! 2019 conference in France, taking the pulse of the R community and looking at what trends are the ones to look out for in the coming months, as well as insights into some really interesting and exciting projects. Let’s take a closer look.