Hard at work on the home front

Behind the scenes as a remote worker

Working from home is more than just staying in your pajamas and taking a few calls. Joseph Cruz explains the pros and cons of becoming a remote worker as a developer.

You can’t go wrong with any of these options

5 programming languages worth learning in 2017

Brooke Campbell has compiled a list of five programming languages that will help you accomplish your goals, no matter if you want to string together beautiful code for fun or land your dream job. Let’s have a look!

Boosted support for testing using the Spring framework

IntelliJ IDEA 2017.1: Spring is here

IntelliJ IDEA 2017.1 is now available for download. It brings countless improvements to supported languages, frameworks, and built-in tools such as Java 8 and 9, Gradle, Kotlin 1.1, Spring, JavaScript and the list goes on.

Sailing across the Functional Ocean

Clojure — Treat code as data [Pirates of the JVM]

When we launched the Pirates of the JVM series, we promised we would put the spotlight on each and every programming language in the JVM universe so here we go. Next stop: Clojure. We talked to Mark Engelberg, Clojure trainer, about the advantages and disadvantages of this language, its core principles and more.

Interview with Bart Blommaerts, architect at Ordina

Serverless does *not* mean NoOps

In recent years, the uprise of the cloud has brought us a lot of new and disruptive technologies. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc talked to Bart Blommaerts, architect at Ordina at JAX London 2016, about the benefits of serverless computing and his take on the “serverless = NoOps” dilemma. Watch Bart talk about the ABCs of serverless computing!