Scala fans rejoice! Markus Hauck has created an exhaustive cheat sheet for Scala developers. This masterwork has everything. So dive right in, the water’s fine!
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Want to learn Kotlin Native? This JVM-free tutorial from Juan Medina shows you step-by-step how to create and run Kotlin Native.
Based on a viewpoint approach, Eclipse Sirius is the easiest way to create your own modeling tool. In this article, Cédric Brun explains how Sirius 5.0.0 version brings a significant number of new features to create impressive graphical modeling tools for Eclipse.
Open source makes the world go round, from Google, Facebook and Twitter to Android smartphones and Linux in self-driving cars. The Linux Foundation’s 2017 Open Source Jobs Report confirms that the hiring market for developers with open source skills is hot, hot, hot. Are you ready?
The future of autonomous driving is no longer a theoretical point in the distance. It’s here. And none of this would be possible without the advent of blockchain technology. In part one of this series, Jill Richmond explores the present and future of blockchain disruption for the automobile industry.
Preact, the open source alternative to React, promises a tiny footprint where your code is the biggest part of the application. This library boasts a lightweight framework and a speedy performance making it a tempting alternative to React.
Every year, the Eclipse community releases a host of upgrades all at once. Eclipse Oxygen released improvements and advances for more than 80 Eclipse projects. Holger Voormann revisits some of the cool new things you might have missed!
Android 8.0 Oreo is here! What does this mean for developers? We take a closer look at this delicious new offering from everyone’s favorite mobile operating system.
Twitter is home to some of the biggest Scala codebases on the planet. So it’s no surprise that a group of Twitter engineers have come up with an experimental new Scala compiler aimed solely at improving compiler speed.
Javaslang’s rebranding into Vavr has been the least of changes over in this functional Java 8+ library. The latest upgrade in the march towards 1.0 includes new changes, improved backwards compatibility, and interoperability with the Java ecosystem.
Calling all PHP Devs! It has been yet another productive year for the Eclipse PHP Development Tools (PDT) project. Kaloyan Raev goes over all the new features, from PHP 7.1, Composer, and more.
Hey Eclipse fans! In honor of the total solar eclipse taking place on August 21, we’re taking a look back at some of our top Eclipse IDE posts. So, put on your funky eclipse glasses and come watch with us!
Are you a mad scientist coding AI in your spare time? Bankrolling backyard AI enthusiasts, the AI Grant is calling for submissions for its latest round of funding! Aimed at the DIY researchers and hobbyists, this no-strings-attached grant comes with hours of cloud credits and a dream to advance artificial intelligence.
Cloud computing has taken off in the past few years and security is more important than ever as our data goes serverless. The convenience of cloud technology also has some drawbacks. In this article, Jenny Harrison goes over 12 important cloud security threats to watch out for.