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Chris Stewart

Chris Stewart
Chris Stewart is an Online Editor for JAXenter.com. He studied French at Somerville College, Oxford before moving to Germany in 2011. He speaks too many languages, writes a blog, and dabbles in card tricks.

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Keep calm and CI/CD

The new DevOps Magazine – now available as a free download

Our new DevOps Magazine is a great resource for all things DevOps. The first issue is all about continuous integration and continuous delivery. Interviews with a panel of seven CI/CD experts and articles on building a strong CI/CD pipeline are just the tip of the iceberg. There’s plenty more packed into this magazine that’s bursting with great content. Download it now for free!

Stay up to date with JDK 14 news

Java 14: All the new features of JDK 14 as it hits GA

Java 14 is finally here. Java 12 and Java 13 each came with a manageable number of new features, and thanks to the new release cadence that hasn’t changed for Java 14. We’ve kept track of JDK 14 from the very start, so we’re very excited that the big day is finally here!

Profile: Caroline Carruthers, CEO and co-founder of Carruthers and Jackson

Women in Tech: “Be the positive inspiration for someone else!”

Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Three 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 Caroline Carruthers, CEO and co-founder of Carruthers and Jackson.

It's a JEP!

JEP 374: Disable and Deprecate Biased Locking

A new candidate Java enhancement proposal, or JEP, aims to disable biased locking by default, and deprecate all related command-line options. Biased locking is costly to maintain, especially since the gains previously seen have diminished to a point where the effort is no longer worth the reward. Let’s take a closer look.