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Jane Elizabeth

Jane Elizabeth
Jane Elizabeth is an assistant editor for JAXenter.com.

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Sing louder and improve your search analytics

How to supercharge Elasticsearch with Siren

Search has evolved from information retrieval into big data analytics. In this article, Giovanni Tummarello explains how you can improve your search analytics with Siren for data visualization, joins across backends, and more!

Getting things sorted whether they are coming or going

Incoming and outgoing references in Eclipse MAT

Got memory issues? Worried about your heap dump analysis? In this article, Ram Lakshmanan explains how you can solve memory issues for heap dump analysis with Eclipse MAT by checking your incoming and outgoing references.

Help your projects pass with flying colors with these helpful open source tools

Top 5 Java testing tools

Testing, testing! This integral part of the development process is often given short shrift. Today, we’re taking a look at five of our favorite open source Java testing tools for unit tests, requirement tests, automated UI tests, and more!

TIOBE Index for March 2019

PowerShell swims into the TIOBE 50

Even the TIOBE Index is feeling the doldrums of March. Not much has changed this month on the popular index, as Java continues to hold on to the #1 spot, PowerShell swims into the top 50 again, and Go stumbles a few spots.

5 less than K8s

Kubernetes for IoT gets lighter than ever with k3s

Kubernetes is looking lighter than air with this extremely lightweight distribution. k3s boasts an absolutely tiny binary, weighing in at less than 40 MB. Plus, you only need 512 MB of RAM to run it, making this a perfect distribution for Edge, IoT, or ARM computing!

Go faster than ever with these runtime improvements

Go 1.12 is a go for runtime improvements, module support, and more!

#go

Spring is in the air and it’s time to check on our favorite Gopher! Go 1.12 is here; what does this update bring? Significant runtime improvements, more module support, some depreciated tools, and as always, backwards compatibility.