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Interview with Eugene Kyselev, Blockchain Software Developer at Mobilunity

Industries are not disrupted by blockchain — This is called organic evolution

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.

Interview with Shoshana Deutschkron, VP of Communications & Brand for Upwork

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.

March 20 is fast approaching

First JDK 10 Release Candidate is here

JDK 10’s Rampdown Phase Two ran until February 8, which means there’s just the Release Candidate phase standing between us and the next Java version. Speaking of, the first JDK Release Candidate is here.

Interview with Mahbod Moghadam, co-founder of Everipedia

Everipedia: Wikipedia with a blockchain twist

Everipedia, Wikipedia’s blockchain rival, has recently raised $30 million and will be moving onto the EOS platform. One of the benefits is that this makes the website impossible to censor, so countries that cannot use Wikipedia will finally have access to it through Everipedia. We talked with Mahbod Moghadam, co-founder of Everipedia about the decision to use blockchain, how Everipedia works and more.

Think of it as the replacement for the JCP for Java EE

Eclipse EE.next Working Group on the move

The draft of the EE.next Working Group charter is now available for community review. You have at least 30 days to give your comments and feedback on the ee4j-community@eclipse.org mail list but you are advised to read the FAQ first.

The first enterprise-ready Che

Eclipse Che 6.0 adds OpenShift support

Eclipse Che 6 is here and it adds OpenShift support [in addition to Docker], which means that you can deploy it on different flavors of OpenShift. However, that’s not the only important news: the work on providing a new SPI is also a meaningful improvement. Let’s see what’s under the hood of version 6.0.