If your enterprise hasn’t already adopted a DevOps approach, there’s officially no excuse anymore.
There’s a new methodology that will completely change how you program: YDD. Take a break from the straight and narrow code and open your mind to the world of alternative IT methodologies.
“Agile troublemaker” Dan North explains the problems of agile environments and how some teams are succeeding with large-scale deliveries in spite of being agile.
In his opening keynote speech to the W-Jax 2014 in Munich, Nygard told us what’s going wrong in the IT world and what needs changing.
Is good code a work of art? Or is the Manifesto for Software Craftsmanship overdoing it a bit? And what does it mean to be a ‘good’ programmer?
It has been three wonderful days of talks, workshops and networking at JAXLondon. As the conference draws to a close we’ve compiled a list of some of the best moments over the last few days.
The JAX London takes place next week, October 13th-15th – here are five reasons any developer in their right mind won’t want to miss it.
Neo4J’s Max de Marzi shows us why working with open-source software can be way better than the proprietary equivalent.
Three top Java experts give us their two cents on the (in)famous new Java 9 features announced in August.
Lukas Eder takes us through ten subtle tips and tricks for ninja programming in less common situations involving API / SPI design.
The continuation of our deep dive into Open Api taking a look at the management products.
Get your hands on the latest issue of JAX Magazine crammed to the brim with integration testing tips, Eclipse update overviews and reasons why bosses need to appreciate their dev teams.
Even if you don’t think you need to care about functional programming, you should. There are plenty of reasons for Javaheads to know more about them: W-Jax speaker Neal Ford gives us five.
A new accessibility JEP is bringing accessibility support to JavaFX with screen readers and a high-contrast mode.