Clojure’s annual community survey results are in: what does the community think about Clojure 1.9? Turns out, they like it a whole lot better than Java 9. We take a closer look at the results to see what’s going on in this functional programming language.
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Looking for a new full-stack framework? Micronaut is a project brought to us by the Grails team focusing on modularity, minimal memory footprint, and a rocket-fast startup speed. Learn more about this exciting project in development today!
A crucial part of microservices is automation. Being able to “set it and forget it” makes it easier for teams to release production ready applications on time. However, recent research shows that manual deployment causes significant delays in the deployment release schedule.
What kinds of monitoring solutions are available to check the health of your microservices? In this article, Peter Arijs explains what you are looking for, goes over the different types of service checks, and gives an example of how you can do this with CoScale’s monitoring solutions.
Eclipse Photon is speeding closer and closer to general availability. What does Photon M6 have in store for developers? Lots of improved coloring for the dark theme, it seems!
It’s been a long time coming, but the next edition of this programming language is getting ready for a new release: Rust 2018 is in the works. While we don’t have a set release date, we do have a whole lot of improvements for this beloved programming language. Rustaceans, rejoice!
Buildship is an Eclipse plugin that allows you to build applications and libraries using Gradle through your IDE. In this article, Donát Csikós explains some advanced features of Buildship in Eclipse IDE.
Datadog, a cloud monitoring provider, has recently added Java support to its APM offerings to provide a comprehensive monitoring platform. In this article, Julie Levine explains why they chose to add Java support and how it improves features like infrastructure metrics, log data, and application traces.
As data needs grow, developers need more sophisticated methods of access for distributed databases. In this article, Simon Ritter explores two ways developers can deliver data: Red Hat JBoss Data Grid and Azul Zing.
Keeping up with new tech terms is difficult. How can we keep from embarrassing ourselves at work? Thanks to a new crowdsourced dictionary, Hackterms, you can get the details on everything in tech directly from developers and coders.
The Atom team wanted to develop radical new ideas without risking the core stability of Atom. Enter Xray. This Electron-based text editor is a testing playground for new approaches to high performance, collaboration, extensibility, and web compatibility.
Want to learn machine learning? Or do you need to brush up on basic concepts? Today, we go over two essential reference materials for anyone just starting out on their machine learning adventure: the machine learning glossary and the rules of ML.
What does the new JDK 10 have in store for developers? While it’s still in development, exciting news is coming out from the JDK universe. Today, Simon Ritter goes over a hundred of the latest changes that are coming our way soon.