GamingWorks has built a simulation based on “The Phoenix Project,” the famous book by Gene Kim. We talked with Jan Schilt, co-owner of GamingWorks and speaker at the Microservices Summit about the Phoenix Project simulation and its benefits, as well as the advantages and challenges of going on a DevOps journey.
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Project Jigsaw, Java’s new modular system, is the star of Java 9. We talked with Rabea Gransberger, software developer at MEKOS and organizer of JUG Bremen, about the new release, the modular system, what’s still missing in this release and the plans for an all-new and significantly shortened release cycle.
A seemingly endless number of debates is taking place around Java 9 and project Jigsaw. It started before Java 9 was even released and now that it’s here, we invited Falk Sippach to talk about the release and its key feature, Project Jigsaw, what’s missing in Java 9 and whether it was worth the wait.
Machine learning is showing up in all sorts of places in tech. These days, it can even be found in speeding up search engines. We talked with Shay Banon, Founder & CEO of Elastic, creator of Elasticsearch, about machine learning and its impact on the field of search engines.
Jenkins is still one of the most widely used tools in the area of continuous delivery. Why? In this interview from DevOpsCon 2017 in Berlin, we interviewed Gianluca Arbezzano about the strengths and weaknesses of Jenkins, Docker, and the future of container technology.
Eclipse Oxygen is here but even though this milestone has been successfully reached, the development continues — next in line is Eclipse Photon. We talked to Lars Vogel, founder and CEO at vogella about his favorite Eclipse Oxygen features, its successor Eclipse Photon and the future of the classic development environments.
Eclipse Oxygen was released yesterday so that’s that. Is it too early to turn our attention to Eclipse Photon, the next Simultaneous Release? We talked to Mickael Istria, Eclipse developer at the Eclipse Foundation about the projects he spent his efforts on in Eclipse Oxygen, what’s coming to Photon, the projects that fascinate him and the future of the “classic IDE”.
Today is the big day — Eclipse Oxygen is here. We’re excited to see the new features and changes that are happening in the Eclipse ecosystem, so we talked to Wayne Beaton and Mikaël Barbero about the 12th official simultaneous release.
Theia is a cloud and desktop IDE framework implemented in TypeScript. We invited Sven Efftinge, Xtext lead and co-founder at TypeFox, to explain the motivation behind it and how its scope is unique compared to existing open-source projects.
Eclipse Oxygen is hitting general availability on June 28. We’re excited to see the new features and changes are happening in the Eclipse ecosystem, so we talked with Mélanie Bats about all the news.
Doug Schaefer, Eclipse CDT project co-lead announced in a blog post that he is working on Eclipse Two, “the real next-generation Eclipse IDE based on Electron.” The announcement sparked a lot of questions, so we decided to invite him to talk about Eclipse Two and what this project means in relation to the “good old” Eclipse IDE.
Welcome back to our series ‘Foundation Talk’ in which we introduce the staff of the Eclipse Foundation. Meet Denis Roy, Director of IT Services, at Eclipse Foundation.
Welcome back to our series ‘Foundation Talk’ in which we introduce the staff of the Eclipse Foundation. Meet Christopher Guindon, lead web developer at the Eclipse Foundation.