Wildfly 19 Final is ready for release and available to download. This release includes a number of MicroProfile upgrades, supporting MicroProfile 3.3 and introducing two new MicroProfile subsystems. See what the lightweight application runtime has to offer.
For the release of Java 14, we spoke to software architect Tim Riemer. Read the interview to find out what features he is most excited about, whether he misses any features, and what he would like to see in Java 15.
For the release of Java 14, we spoke to software developer Jens Schauder. Read the interview to find out what features he is most excited about, how Java compares to other languages, and why the number of additional features does not define how relevant a programming language is.
Like clockwork, the latest quarterly update for Eclipse has arrived with over 72.5 million lines of code under the hood and support for Java 14. Have a closer look at what the newest simultaneous release brings for 74 projects and watch Holger Voormann’s latest explanatory video.
Code is not usually on a piranha’s menu, but this predatory fish is different: Uber has open sourced Piranha for automatically deleting feature flags that are no longer needed. The corresponding code is deleted as well. Let’s see how that works and when to use Piranha.
No one can accurately predict where software development is headed, but we can make some educated guesses using trends and data. Let’s see what 2020 looks like and where we might be headed in terms of remote work, tools, tech, and agile methodologies.
After months of testing and over 100 pull requests, the new update for GitHub Mobile officially brings the app out of beta mode. It introduces a fully-native experience on your phone and is available for both Android and iOS devices on the Google Play and App Store.
The tech company New Relic published a report on “The State of Java” based on the analysis of anonymized customer data. Here’s what they found out about the currently most popular language versions, whether they are being kept up to date, and which Java vendors are on the rise.
Java 14 is finally here. Java 12 and Java 13 each came with a manageable number of new features, and thanks to the new release cadence that hasn’t changed for Java 14. We’ve kept track of JDK 14 from the very start, so we’re very excited that the big day is finally here!
For the release of Java 14 we talked to Java expert Dr. Heinz Kabutz. What does he like and dislike about Java 14? What is he currently working on? What does he still find disturbing in 2020? Read on to find out…
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Three years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Caroline Carruthers, CEO and co-founder of Carruthers and Jackson.
Demucs is a new research project by Facebook AI. It is designed to separate musical tracks into different instruments or vocals, similar to how a human can detect the specific instruments, and solve the problems of existing approaches. In the long run, Demucs could be applied to other AI tasks as well.