Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also 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 Rashi Khurana, Director of Engineering at Shutterstock.
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JavaOne began yesterday, October 1. If you’re not there, you’ll probably want to watch the Java keynote today at 2 p.m. PT. We still have some hours left so let’s see what this year’s JavaOne is all about. We talked with Oracle’s Mike Lehmann and Donald Smith about what to expect from the conference and we got a sneak peek into the future of Java. In short, “it’s all about developer empowerment and simplification.”
Oracle recently announced the general availability of Java SE 9 — even though it has over 150 new features to offer, the star of the release is the Java Platform Module System, also known as Project Jigsaw. We talked with Lukas Eder, founder and head of R&D at Data Geekery GmbH, the company behind jOOQ about his favorite features in Java 9, the ones that were not included, Project Jigsaw and the new version numbering scheme.
Kotlin 1.2 Beta is here and it brings the major new feature of Kotlin 1.2, namely experimental support for multiplatform projects. It’s compatible with all versions of IntelliJ IDEA from 2016.3 until 2017.3, as well as with Android Studio 2.3 and 3.0.
Habemus nomen! Java EE has officially taken its first steps into the Eclipse Foundation. EE4J (Eclipse Enterprise for Java) is now a new top-level Eclipse project. But let’s go back to Java EE 8, “a critical release,” according to Reza Rahman, senior Java technologist, author and speaker. We talked about his favorite features, the features he would have liked to see in Java EE 8 and more.
Spring Framework 5.0 is here and it’s ready for the long haul! There’s support for JDK 9 and the Java EE 8 API level, comprehensive integration with Reactor 3.1, JUnit 5, and the Kotlin language. Plus, there’s a dedicated reactive web framework called Spring WebFlux. Dig in!
It’s that time of year again! RebelLabs has published the results of their Developer Productivity Report — this year, they focused on why Java developers use the tools they use and how satisfied they are with their choices in tools, architecture, and more. We’re comparing their results with our own to see if users’ preferences have changed over the past few months.
Lightbend recently revealed the findings of a new survey of 2,457 global developers. We talked with Mark Brewer, the CEO of Lightbend about the key findings, differences between fast data and big data, misconceptions and more.
Java EE 8 is here! One of the reasons why this release is special has to do with its future — from now on, it will function under the stewardship of the Eclipse Foundation. We talked with David Heffelfinger about his favorite features, the features he would have liked to see in Java EE 8 and more.
A lot will change in the Java world now that JDK 9 has been released. Oracle has proposed a new version numbering scheme in order to emphasize the time-based releases and to make it easier to figure out the release date of any particular release. In short, there will be no Java 10 — instead, we’ll have 18.3 (March 2018), then 18.9 (September 2018) and so on. Which scheme do you prefer?
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also 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 Fabiane Nardon, Chief Data Scientist at Tail.
It’s an open source world! Java is free (sort of), Java EE has been moved to the Eclipse Foundation, IBM has just open sourced two projects and the list goes on. We talked with, Jorge Ferrer, VP of Engineering at Liferay about the importance of developing software in the open, the advantages of collaborating on open source projects and more.
The React.js licensing drama recently resurfaced when the Apache Foundation recommended against using React.js and other software using the Facebook BSD+patents license and WordPress stopped using Facebook’s React.js library. The tech giant decided to relicense React, Jest, Flow, and Immutable.js under the MIT license.
Implementing a continuous delivery pipeline is not trivial, and the introduction of container technology to the development stack can introduce additional challenges and requirements. We talked to Daniel Bryant, CTO of SpectoLabs and speaker at the upcoming JAX London conference, about the challenges, tradeoffs, and impact of bringing together containers and CD.