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.
Alex Zhitnitsky talks us through the main features of seven helpful tools that every Java developer should know.
Just before lunch at the first main day of the JAX London conference, Martijn Verberg spoke about the habits of highly effective teams.
Our mobile team has created a nifty app to help devs get the best out of the JAX London conference.
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.
Raygun, Stack Hunter, Sentry, Takipi and Airbrake: Five modern developer tools to help you crush bugs before bugs crush your app.
The Internet of Things is flourishing with a ‘diverse’ range of protocols. But isn’t 200 overdoing it a bit?
Why Larry Ellison’s power reshuffle at Oracle is one of the greatest PR stunts in the history of Silicon Valley.
This is an exciting time to be in the field of In-Memory Data Grids, explains Hazelcast’s Miko Matsumura.
JAX London speaker Nigel Runnels-Moss speaks to JAXenter ahead of his session. Read on to see why Nigel is not looking forward to Java 9 and see what advice he would give to young developers.
Some IT topics are absolutely in need of debate. Then again, there are others that developers simply need to leave behind.
From Java in spaceships to Java horror stories, this year’s Java pilgrimage proves more than ever that the Java language is alive and kicking.
Java has to settle for second best in the GitHut and Tiobe lists of the most popular programming languages.
How to speak the language of programmers: a JAXenter guide to understanding developer lingo.