What if your IDE could teach you why some coding is bad, show you best practices, and give you examples of fixes? In this post, Julien Henry explains how SonarLint —accessible from the Eclipse Marketplace— can help you code better.
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Listen, we’ve all been there. Angular 2 was… tolerable. But everything changed when Angular 4 was released earlier this week. Let’s work our way through the emotional rollercoaster that was this software release.
Tired of the tedious, unglamorous drudge work of programming? Then why don’t you try and sell your soul to the devil?
JSF has been around forever but it’s still near and dear to our hearts. In this article, Josh Juneau explains some of the newest features of this old workhorse, including the new API enhancements, CDI alignment improvements, and even some timely updates.
Working from home is more than just staying in your pajamas and taking a few calls. Joseph Cruz explains the pros and cons of becoming a remote worker as a developer.
“Ship code at the push of a button!” In preparation for his talk at JAX DevOps, speaker Jussi Nummelin shows us how to keep up with contemporary software development: move fast, make rapid changes, and adapt.
Over 64,000 developers responded to the 2017 Stack Overflow developer survey. Let’s take a look to see how they learn, how they work, and who they are.
Intellectual property and copyright law is byzantine by design and extensively litigated by very well paid lawyers. In a surprise move, GitHub’s new intellectual property policy throws decades of established IP precedent out the window.
The only constant in this world is change. In this article, Luke Tillman shares some advice on how to stay on top of the always-evolving tech landscape.
Looking for a unique balance between an Eclipse IDE and a modern web development experience? Then the Angular IDE plugin is ideal for you. In this article, Tim Webb explains why the Angular IDE plug-in is a great idea for you.
In this article, Todor Gigilev shares with us his top five predictions for the tech field. Digitalization and artificial intelligence and virtual reality, oh my!
No bad blood, just mad love. Swift has finally hit the top ten popular programming languages and all we can say is about time.
The internet is still reeling from Wikileaks’ latest data dump. We take a look to see what developers can learn from the CIA’s hacking tools. I’m not saying this will help you become Q, but it sure can’t hurt.