When Kubernetes 1.12 was released, we had a quick overview of the main changes, improvements, and additions featured in the latest release. This time around, we are revisiting two of the most important features of Kubernetes 1.12 and take a closer look at what they bring and what the future prospects are.
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React Native is one of those technologies that keep gaining momentum and is among the hottest skills to have, with a steadily expanding ecosystem. Speaking of React Native and, consequently, native apps, I thought this could be a good opportunity to have a short discussion on the future of native apps and the rise of their rival, progressive web apps. Let’s dig in!
The best tools are built by users who are determined to improve their workflow! This is pretty much the story behind the creation of Vasern, a brand new data storage for React Native.
With a simple Google search, you will find hundreds of articles on how to migrate to the cloud, simple and easy. But the truth is that migrating to the cloud is simply chaotic and the best way to get ahead of natural chaos is to synthesize your own, in a controlled experiment. Matt Fornaciari explains how you can embrace the chaos and make the most of it!
JAX London’s keynotes and sessions might be over, and the last workshop day is about to come to an end but the knowledge we gathered from our amazing speakers as well as from all of you who attended is endless! With this recap, I will try to give you a small taste of all the wonders that took place at JAX London 2018.
JAX London Day 1 is over! During this amazingly rich day, we gathered a lot of knowledge and wisdom from the interesting and educational keynotes and sessions. Tips, tricks, crucial advice, important clarifications – we have it all! Let’s have a closer look at the key takeaways from JAX London Day 1!
The Kuberenetes team has been keeping busy! Some months ago we got introduced to the new Kubernetes open source initiative, BlueK8s and today we have some big news for you! The first project to be released from the BlueK8s maturation chamber is Kubernetes Director or KubeDirector with the pre-alpha code being now available.
Time to introduce (yet another) web framework, this time for Rust! As we have argued before, there are never enough web frameworks so why not take a closer look at a new one? Meet Tower Web!
One of the fastest ascending programming languages is here with another release. TypeScript 3.1 is out and it features some interesting updates. Let’s take a look.
It’s Monday again but we have something that’s guaranteed to make you smile! Spring Tools 4 goes GA and it’s fully reworked, inside-out! Let’s take a closer look at the new era of Spring tooling.
Kubernetes is back with the delivery of another update featuring some pretty big changes and additions including the general availability of Kubelet TLS Bootstrap and support for Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets (VMSS). Let’s take a closer look at what the new release brings.
It’s time to take another pick at what’s going on in the developer world! The 15th edition of the Developer Economics: State of the Developer Nation report has been released and it has some interesting insights into current developer trends.
AIOps holds out the promise of delivering to busy CIOs and sysadmins the sort of AI support they need to make sense of the ever-growing complexity of their IT environments. But how to get started with AI without getting lost?