Getting ahead in the programming world is easy. All you need to do is remember these three words: me, me, me.
Big data has made big wins for a small few. But theres still plenty of ways for companies to hurt themselves trying to hop on the analytics bandwagon.
A guide to creating fluent APIs and mapping them to Java.
Oracles latest update to the JDK arrives with much focus on commercial side of Java
Licensed by Apache-2, Hamster DB is a database system similar to other key-value stores except that its keys can be defined.
With a new approach to production support, MongoDB is giving frugal community edition users a taste of the enterprise experience
When you program in a language as complex as Java all day long, you can forget how much can go wrong for DevOps when speaking a language like English. One word in particular is enough to cause mayhem.
CEO Gus Robertson talks about the companys growing user base and what it is thats made Nginx the most popular web server
New APIs, performance features and modular source code are the first features to be confirmed for Oracles next major Java release
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.
Is there such a thing as the right music for programming? And can we even be sure it has a good effect?
It’s not easy speaking two languages. Once you learn that there are other, better way to code, you’re forever destined to compare the pros and cons of different languages.
Its got lambdas, its flawlessly interoperable with Java and its also a cinch to learn for Java devs. So whats the catch?