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Gabriela Motroc

Gabriela Motroc
Gabriela Motroc is editor of JAXenter.com and JAX Magazine. Before working at Software & Support Media Group, she studied International Communication Management at the Hague University of Applied Sciences.

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Interview with Murray Rode, Chief Executive Officer at TIBCO

“Java risks setbacks if it becomes controlled by one or two mega vendors”

The news that tech giant IBM is acquiring Red Hat made waves throughout the industry. We talked to Murray Rode, Chief Executive Officer of TIBCO about the impact of the acquisition on the open source ecosystem, the multi-cloud trend and more. Since both IBM and Red Hat are deeply involved in the Java ecosystem, we also discussed what the Java market has to lose if things go south.

Interview series — Part 2

Blockchain glossary: Lesson No.2 – Asking the right questions

Can blockchain transform the world? Before we can answer this question, we need to understand what this technology can and can’t do, what it is and what it isn’t. Therefore, we have to go back to basics and explore the fundamentals in order to eliminate all misconceptions about blockchain. This series is meant to clear the air by answering the most fundamental questions.

Interview with Brian Johnson, co-founder and CEO of DivvyCloud

Cloud sprawl can be avoided with good tagging practices

The cloud has its share of benefits such as greater flexibility, accessibility, and resilience but it also has flaws. We talked to Brian Johnson, co-founder and CEO of DivvyCloud to learn more about the impact of “cloud sprawl” and how to avoid it.

Interview series — Part 1

Blockchain glossary: Lesson No.1 – Blockchain ≠ distributed ledger technology

Can blockchain transform the world? Before we can answer this question, we need to understand what this technology can and can’t do, what it is and what it isn’t. Therefore, we have to go back to basics and explore the fundamentals in order to eliminate all misconceptions about blockchain. This series is meant to clear the air by answering the most fundamental questions.

Interview with Pamela Prosperi, team lead for emulators and simulators at Sauce Labs

Finding your “forever” programming language: Is it still possible in today’s rapidly changing technology landscape?

Developers are expected to evolve alongside the rapidly changing technology landscape. So the secret to becoming a better engineer lies in the ability to keep yourself abreast of the latest updates in technologies and languages. We talked to Sauce Labs’ Pamela Prosperi about the languages she uses, her “forever” language and more.

Spoiler alert: It's Ozark spelled backward

MVC implementation lives on: Give a warm welcome to Eclipse Krazo

The reference implementation of MVC 1.0 previously known as Ozark has a new name: Eclipse Krazo. Although the name was originally announced three months ago, the good news is that the creation review for Eclipse Krazo was successful.

What happens *after* Oracle relinquishes their leadership

Now’s the time to get involved with JDK 8u

“OpenJDK is the future of Java,” Rich Sharples told us earlier this week. So if this is the case (and we think it is!), you should get involved with OpenJDK as soon as possible. And if you’re interested in the continuation of JDK 8 after Oracle relinquishes their leadership, now’s the time to have a say in the development of JDK 8u.

Interview with Rich Sharples, Senior Director of Product Management for Middleware at Red Hat

Recent changes and what’s next for Java: “OpenJDK is the future of Java”

The confusion over the rights to use Oracle JDK vs Oracle’s OpenJDK builds vs OpenJDK builds from other providers has been hovering over us for quite some time but now that the confusion has been untangled, it’s time to focus on the things that drive Java’s future; one such example is OpenJDK. We talked to Red Hat’s Rich Sharples about Java’s future and the company’s role in all this.

Makes machine learning on Kubernetes easy, portable, and scalable

Kubeflow 0.3 brings better multi-framework support

It’s been three months since Kubeflow 0.2 was released so now it’s time for 0.3 to shine. This release provides easier deployment and customization of components and better multi-framework support. In this article, we’ll have a look at some of the highlights.