Winter’s icy grip kept us cold during February, but that didn’t slow anyone down in the Java world. We’ve got you covered if you were huddled under blankets all last month: here are the top stories about Jakarta EE, Spring Boot 2, and more!
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The first Bitcoin transaction paid for two Papa John’s pizzas. So, what better way to think of the growth of Bitcoin, than in pizza boxes? In this article, Nandik Barbhaiya explores the growth of Bitcoin via pizza.
WildFly 12 Final is here! What does this latest version have in store for developers? We take a look at some of the newest features and notable changes in this application server.
How can you control resource usage of containers? Especially when you run containers in production at scale? In this article, Peter Arijs explains how you can utilize container resource limits and resource quotas to keep things in order.
AI is coming. Adoption of artificial intelligence grew globally in 2017 in a variety of industries. But where is it heading? In this article, Kim Palko and Matthew Farrellee explain where they think this emerging tech is going in 2018.
Google’s new mobile UI framework Flutter SDK is now in beta! What can we expect from it? Beautiful cross-platform app development and super-fast performance, of course.
Get started with the latest generation of Spring Boot for the Eclipse IDE! In this article, Martin Lippert goes over how you can work on large microservice applications that are based on Spring Boot with some helpful tips and tricks. Plus, a sneak peek at what’s in store for Spring Tools 4!
Dart 2 is here! There’s a lot to look at in the latest edition, including a brand new approach to the type system, improved client-side development
Miscommunication is the source of many coding snafus. Writing clean code isn’t just efficient; it helps out future developers who follow in your footsteps. Today, we take a look at Racket, a project that tries to bridge miscommunications with language-oriented programming.
In this article, Max Pumperla explains the strategy behind Go and teaches you how to build a bot to play against it using Deeplearning4j.
What can developers learn from data scientists? What tools should they take a closer look at? Glynn Bird explains why developers should adopt two key tools from data science: Jupyter Notebooks and PixieDust.
The team from JetBrains has just released Datalore, a cloud-based web app for building machine learning models and creating rich visualizations in Python.
What do developers look for in a platform provider? According to recent research from Accenture, developers overwhelmingly want education over monetization, technically accurate content, and timely support from platform providers. The bad news: most platforms aren’t even close to making the grade.
The Language Server Protocol (LSP) was big last year. It’s now time for the rise of LSP plugins! Lucas Bullen explains what language server protocols are, how they changed the IDE landscape, and talks about what kind of language server plugins 2018 has in store for us.