As ChatOps becomes more and more relevant in the DevOps ecosystem, Stride, Slack’s competitor opens its API to all developers in hope of giving the ultimate freedom for app customization.
Got any brilliant ideas about Java, DevOps, microservices or emerging technologies? We can’t wait to hear them! JAX London is looking for papers and presenters for the 2018 conference in October.
Intel’s annus horribilis continues with news of an impressive 32 class-action lawsuits filed against the company in response to the Meltdown-Spectre security vulnerabilities. What does this mean for developers?
Our annual JAXenter survey will come to an end soon! We asked our readers what technologies they want to use this year and they have been diligently answering the questions we have prepared for them. There is still time to influence the outcome of our survey!
After a year of hard work and development, NativeScript-Vue 1.0 is finally here! But what does this NativeScript plugin have to offer for mobile developers?
What makes a great Java compiler? In this article, Jean-Pal will go over six of the most popular online compilers and IDEs for Java that are most suitable for students.
The wait is over! Go 1.10 is finally here and it comes bearing gifts (a.k.a. changes). Read on to find out what’s new.
There’s a new framework in town. Nuxt.js brings the best of Next.js and Vue together to create a framework for complex and universal web app creations.
Like every new technology, blockchain creates both opportunities and challenges that we need to address in order to move forward. We can, of course, wait for issues to appear and then solve them, or choose to be one step ahead and prevent them. We talked with Eugene Kyselev, Blockchain Software Developer at Mobilunity about his predictions and expectations and blockchain’s impact on business.
Apache Mesos 1.5 is here! What new features does this open source cluster management tool have to offer? Significant improvements to resource management, increased storage, and Container Storage Interface support, for starters.
Go is being used to create smart contracts in building blockchain — That might explain its recent demand surge
Upwork recently released its newest quarterly index of the hottest skills in the U.S. freelance job market. Go and React Native are both in top 5 while blockchain has fallen out of the top 20 list. We talked with Shoshana Deutschkron, VP of Communications & Brand for Upwork about Go’s growth, whether AngularJS will retain its position in the future and more.
Angular 6 should be released pretty soon. As we’re getting closer to the grand finale, we start to see bits and pieces of what is shaping up to be a great version. Beta.4 is here.