Shortly after raising $8 million for its enterprise cloud infrastructure services, San Francisco-based startup Iron.io introduced Project Kratos which promises to enable companies ” to run AWS Lambda functionality in any cloud provider, as well as on-premise, eliminating vendor lock-in,” according to the project description.
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Students’ interest in Computer Science has skyrocketed in the past couple of years, but the demand for software engineers still exceeds the supply. One of the reasons could be the fact that CS is very hard and many students abandon the idea after they encounter several bumps in the road. However, one can succeed in obtaining a CS education by following a set of steps.
This year companies are focusing their attention on private and hybrid clouds. Numbers show that hybrid cloud adoption is on fire while Docker and DevOps’ presence becomes indisputable. 2015 may have been the year of the cloud, but this year it is unstoppable; If surveys are right, we should expect 2016 to become the true year of the cloud.
A team of American computer science researchers set out to identify gender bias against women in the open source community, but ended up making an interesting discovery: female developers are more likely than their male counterparts to have their open-source software contributions accepted -under one condition.
Silicon Valley has been intensely breeding unicorns in the past year, but the rest of the world is now claiming its piece of the billion dollar pie. Five global tech startups are now officially unicorns after raising a total of $858 million.
The Open Banking Working Group has introduced an Open Banking Standard framework to teach people how to create, share and use open banking data, no matter if they own it or simply access it. The guide is established and maintained in a collective and transparent manner and is aimed to improve efficiency and competition and encourage innovation.
Martin Probst, a software engineer at Google in the AngularJS team, signals that the feedback regarding Angular 2 has been positive and that a release date is approaching. As far as TypeScript is concerned, one should expect a substantial change.
We spoke to the creator of asynchronous polyglot JVM platform Vert.x about what Vert.x offers Java developers, and more.
Bruno Sá, Solutions Architect at SoundCloud, sits down with JAXenter.com to discuss SoundCloud’s architecture and coping with massive volumes of data. (rather appropriately, audio only)
Big changes are coming to JAXenter, and we want to make sure our readers lead the way.
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