Handing off an artifact, providing CI, moving towards continuous delivery, challenging teams to “go faster with higher quality” can all fall under DevOps. We invited Michael Kren, DevOps manager at Jamf, to talk about the business benefits of DevOps and the tools they used to implement DevOps.
AirDev has pioneered a new approach to software development by replacing coding engineers and managers with business-savvy builders. We invited Andrew Haller, co-founder and co-CEO of AirDev, to talk about this San Francisco-based startup and to weigh in on the future of programming.
Gartner gave blockchain a huge pat on its back when it included this technology in its Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2017. But will it be smooth sailing from here on? We invited Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of the Hyperledger Project to talk about the project’s most important accomplishments and how countless industries can benefit from blockchain’s use.
DevOps has cultural change at its core but sometimes organizations find it hard to grasp the importance of the cultural aspect of DevOps. We invited Helen Beal, Head of DevOps at Ranger4 and speaker at JAX DevOps 2017 to talk about the contributing methodologies that converge and combine to drive DevOps evolution and to weigh in on the steps for DevOps success.
How important is culture in a DevOps context? Can we measure the degree of a company’s „DevOpsness“? We invited Nicole Forsgren, founder and CEO at DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA) and speaker at Software Architecture Summit to talk about the facets of DevOps and weigh in on the challenges that companies face when they want to adopt DevOps.
The world of software development is ever-changing but even though new trends, frameworks and platforms appear almost on a weekly basis, some things never change. We invited Kevlin Henney, a UK-based independent consultant, trainer, reviewer and writer and speaker at Software Architecture Summit to talk about the “New New” and to weigh in on the growing interest in software architecture.
JetBrains announced in late January that Kotlin 1.1 has reached beta. We invited Hadi Hariri, VP of Developer Advocacy at JetBrains, to talk about Kotlin’s strengths and the upcoming 1.1 and to answer the question that’s on everyone’s lips: What does the future hold for Kotlin?
Containers revolutionize the way modern software is being developed and operated. In this expert checklist, our focus lies on what is at the heart of this revolution and how the next step of “containerization” might look like.
Apache Beam has successfully graduated from incubation, becoming a new Top-Level Project at the Apache Software Foundation. We invited the Apache Software Foundation’s Davor Bonaci and Jean-Baptiste Onofré to talk about the project’s journey to becoming a Top-Level Project and concrete plans for its future.
Some people call DevOps a cultural professional movement; when they think of the magic bullet, they believe that the one way to do it is this: “I buy myself this DevOps solution” – it never really works. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc talked to Damon Edwards at DevOpsCon 2016 about the state of DevOps. He debunked the myth that DevOps is a magic bullet and explained why operations are squeezed the way they are today.
Doug Schaefer, Eclipse CDT project co-lead announced in a blog post that he is working on Eclipse Two, “the real next-generation Eclipse IDE based on Electron.” The announcement sparked a lot of questions, so we decided to invite him to talk about Eclipse Two and what this project means in relation to the “good old” Eclipse IDE.
2017 is finally here, so it’s time to see which technology trends might become important this year. We asked six people to weigh in on the technologies that may gain momentum or make a comeback in 2017.
2017 is finally here, so it’s time to see which technology trends might become important this year. We asked six people to talk about the features they would you like to see in Java 10.