New JAX Mag issue: Exploring the IoT universe
We’ve prepared a double dose of goodness for you with this special double issue! We’ve dedicated one half to talking about the IoT universe’s growth and dominance, and the other half to JAX London, bringing together features from experts innovating in the fields of Java, microservices, continuous delivery and DevOps.
This month, we are happy to present you with a double issue of JAX Magazine!
In the first section, we explore the wonders of the IoT universe as we document its remarkable expansion over the past years. It is estimated that there will be more than 65 billion IoT devices plugged into this network by the year 2025, compared to just 7 billion in 2018. If that is not a universal expansion, I don’t know what is! In this part of JAX Mag, we discuss how far the technology has come, the risk that it still must face as well as the yet unmet potential. How is IoT revolutionizing the web development sector? What potential does an integration of blockchain and IoT hold? The answers to these questions and more can be found here.
As far as the bonus round is concerned, we have a JAX London Special prepared for you! At JAX London, we are bringing together cutting-edge software engineers and enterprise-level professionals innovating the fields of Java, microservices, continuous delivery and DevOps. And in this JAX Mag issue, we invited some of our brightest speakers to share their knowledge and experience in Java, software architecture, the cloud, and more. Interested in a quick introductory tutorial on Quarkus? Or maybe a Java serialization 101? You can find everything you need in this month’s JAX Magazine.
Inside this issue
Good vs. bad IoT security: the real difference
IoT and cloud: handling data storage issues
Revolutionizing the development sector
Smart homes: the benefit of automation
IoT and blockchain: the manufacturing revolution
How to succeed in tech: tips and tricks
Profile: Katerina Skroumpelou
Sustainable software architecture
Dr. Carola Lilienthal
Does 32-bit or 64-bit JVM matter anymore?
Local variable type inference in Java
Java serialization: the ups and downs
Dr. Stephen Hellberg
What makes Quarkus special?