More and more businesses nowadays use cloud infrastructure but they fail to understand the challenges that go hand in hand with cloud computing. The aim of the following survey is to explain these factors and to make them more transparent.
2016 has just begun and it is already bombarding up with promises of a sunnier IoT perspective and a heftier collection of tips and tricks to facilitate developers’ performance. This JAX Magazine issue is packed with proof that OSGi is regaining momentum and other concepts that have one purpose and one purpose only: to curtail unproductive operations -it’s our treat!
There is no such thing as a recipe for success when it comes to climbing the professional ladder and developers are no exception. The lack of a well-defined route can hamper a developer’s journey from novice to master, but there are things you can do to help yourself.
Emojicode allows users to build fast cross-platform applications while having fun. It is a static, strongly typed programming language and it is not afraid to look nice.
Some programmers prefer to use Rust, others go for Java but at the end of the day, both programming languages have highs and lows.
Recently, JAXenter reported on the fifth milestone for Eclipse Neon – but the Eclipse Foundation does not forget about the actual Eclipse version Mars. Here is the second service update, aka Mars.2.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has just entered its fourth year of existence, and celebrated the milestone with a new addition: Raspberry Pi 3, an inexpensive, yet extremely powerful computer. The model includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, but also 50 percent more processing power.
Yahoo is the latest tech giant to create a deep learning system for developing predictive applications such as image or speech recognition. CaffeOnSpark is able to perform ‘deep learning’ on the massive amount of data kept in the company’s Hadoop file system. The new internally-built software is now available on GitHub.
Many databases today are based on the traditional relational database models which are unable to compete with the increasing influx of unstructured data that companies are dealing with. And, as society becomes more and more digital, technology is granting workers access to information across several platforms anytime, anywhere: in the cloud, on premise, via mobile channels, by people and even by machines.
A little while ago we introduced Jooby – a micro web framework for Java 8 inspired by express.js. In this article, Jooby creator Edgar Espina explains how to build a simple JSON RESTFUL web service with the framework.
In this session, Alex Klimovitski (Intel Software and Services Group) introduces the Intel IoT Platform, an end-to-end platform for connecting the unconnected.
In business, to complete a big project, we segment it into digestible parts. We break our big tasks into smaller autonomous pieces and split up teams by talent. We do this in our daily lives to stay on track and to make sure that we don’t miss anything, so it’s a no brainer that microservices are a rising trend in software development.