In the world of the coder, you can never expect things to remains static for too long. Technology already dictates so much of how we interact, create, learn, live, etc, and it’s constantly evolving. For programmers, that relationship is only magnified by their close proximity and dependency on the latest tech in order to accomplish their tasks. And one of the most profound shake-ups in their world has to do with frameworks, programming languages and the paradigm shift taking place between the two.
Hiring experienced DevOps consultants is difficult as the demand for this concept has outnumbered the supply. In this article, Ankit Gupta explains the prerequisites for hiring the best DevOps consultant for your team.
Meet Blockstack, the blockchain startup which aims to create “a new internet for decentralized apps.” The startup has unveiled a browser that “allows developers everywhere to access a whole new internet.” Why do we need a new internet? Because the old one is broken, they say.
Making the decision between the public cloud and the private is a tough one. However, adoption rates between the two vary dramatically. In this article, Rick Delgado explains why companies are making the choice to go with public cloud services.
Diversity is key to the long-term success of communities and businesses. We caught up with Tracy Miranda, the founder and CEO of Kichwa Coders to chat about the role of diversity in modern day society and what we need to do to make a real difference and promote values like inclusion, diversity and equality.
GitLab 9.2 brings Multiple Assignees For Issues to streamline collaboration and allow the shared responsibilities to be clearly displayed. Let’s have a look at all that GitLab 9.2 has to offer.
The name of the tool is self-explanatory, for sure. SwiftKotlin is a framework, a command line tool and a Mac application for translating Swift code into Kotlin. However, keep in mind that this is not a magic bullet: its goal is *not* to produce production-ready Kotlin code, but “just a Kotlin translation that will require manual edition.”
JAX London is back again in October! This year’s program is bigger and better than ever. Here’s a sneak peek of some of the awesome sessions, workshops, and keynotes that are already scheduled. Buy your ticket now and save up to £400. Our Very Early Bird sale ends on July 27!
Java has been around forever. It seems like there’s nothing about this old favorite that we don’t know about. But do you really know everything about Java? Test your knowledge about Java and find out!
There’s a new functional programming language in town and its name is Tisp — “Time in Space”. No, this is not Sci-Fi Monday: Tisp “wears” the MIT license and aims to be simple, canonical, and practical. Let’s see what it has to offer.
Visual Studio Code uses the LSP to communicate with a language server living in an external process. This language server is implemented using libraries from Clang. In this article, Marc-André Laperle explains in depth the pros and cons of the open source Clangd and what it can do for you.
Mark Reinhold, Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle, came up with the proposal to allow illegal reflective access from code on the class path by default in JDK 9 and to disallow it in a future release. Although the idea was well received, he emphasized that the change won’t “magically solve every JDK 9 adoption problem.”
No one sets out to write bad code. (Presumably.) But what’s the best way to go about creating great code? A company should throw as many developers at a problem as possible, right? Not quite. Less, as it turns out, is more.