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Jane Elizabeth

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

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Transfers take a lot of time

Jakarta EE challenges

What are the current and future challenges of Jakarta EE? In this article, Dmitry Kornilov explains why making sure everything transfers over to the Eclipse Foundation is taking a lot longer than you’d think.

Houston, we have achieved modules

Go modules will land in Go 1.11

Go 1.11 is expected to be released in August 2018 and guess what? It will add experimental support for a new concept called “modules.” Let’s take a look and see what this means for Go developers.

Special K

Top 5 IDEs and text editors for Kotlin

Our IDE series continues with Kotlin! This pragmatic language for the JVM has a number of options for developers, which might explain why it’s on the rise. Today, we take a look at some of our favorite IDEs and text editors.

Getting the 101 on GitHub

A developer’s introduction to GitHub

GitHub is a website where millions of developers gather every day to collaborate on open source software. It’s also the place that hosts billions of lines of code, and also a place where users of software go to report issues they might have. Learn all the most important pieces of GitHub that you should know as a developer with this how-to from Flavio Copes.

A platform is greater than the sum of its parts

Jakarta EE: The new home for enterprise Java

Jakarta EE is the new name for the overall platform comprised initially of the Java EE technologies that are being contributed to the Eclipse Foundation. Today, Ian Robinson explains why Java EE has moved to the Eclipse Foundation and where it’s going from here.

Make mine a double

Top 5 JavaScript IDEs

Looking for a new IDE for JavaScript? We take a look at some of the most popular options for this language, including Komodo, Atom, VS Code, and more.

Time to unpack some boxes

Change your bookmarks: npm has moved!

It’s time to update your bookmarks: the npm forums have moved! The popular package manager is moving away from GitHub and npm has a new forum for bug reports and support.