CUBA 6.1 has received a fair amount of features and due to the fact that this version is the first open source release, here’s a quick overview of what has changed.
In this article, Stein Inge Morisbak, head of Bekks commitment to Continuous Delivery, DevOps and Cloud and speaker at the upcoming DevOpsCon, talks about Serverspec, a framework for testing your server configuration using RSpec.
There is one massive misconception about programmers —that they can’t have fun. How else can we explain TrumpScript, LOLCODE, Chef, Shakespeare, Whenever and Malbolge?
Here are a few scenarios in which microservices can add (unnecessary) weight to your project. However, keep in mind that microservices can also simplify development and bolster a cooperative mindset.
In this article, Karsten Sitterberg focuses on (unit-)testing Angular 2 components with Jasmine and Karma using TypeScript.
Continuing a series of articles focusing on NetBeans users and their five favorite NetBeans IDE features, here’s the next part, by Marius Filip.
John Davies, the co-founder and CTO of C24, spoke to JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc about how to move from in-process to distributed without sacrificing aspects such as the performance cost of serialization and related garbage collection.
In this article, we’re looking at some of the most influential women in the Java and Scala industry.
Java.net and Kenai.com were considered for many years the go-to community and hosting sites for projects. With its latest announcement, Oracle proves once again that nothing is everlasting. Both Java.net and Kenai.com will cease to exist on April 28, 2016 —fact which sparked discussions within the community.
A growing number of programmers claim that frameworks are the new programming languages, especially since the language wars have simmered down and allowed the framework wars to commence.
Countless hackers make the headlines these days for disrupting companies’ activities or secret projects. Some companies even pay hackers to help improve security, but underneath this growing trend there’s an abundance of individuals or groups who use their abilities to make the world a better place.
It is almost paradoxical to see the current spat between the FBI and Apple rage on about the latter’s use of strong encryption to protect their customers’ privacy. Though this conflict has become a political one with other overtones, and the FBI has recently claimed that they have successfully broken the encryption of a San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, thus no longer necessitating Apple provide them with a solution, this new conflict is far from over.