Google’s up and coming programming language Go is now available at version 1.5, with one very noticeable change – no more C. The team behind Google’s open source, low-level language project has called it a significant release.
Gordon Haff is back to speak about the real value of IoT and how open source culture can have a positive impact in this growing field. Haff says that most of today’s big IT trends are fundamentally enabled by open source code.
A small but important update for Java 8 has shipped with a new version of the Advanced Management Console and changes in Deployment Rule Sets v1.2. There’s also some documentation updates thanks to Nashorn enhancements.
Steve Naidamast wants to clarify some things about the rapidly changing technological world. Professionalism towards development efforts need to win out over the demands of foolish technical managers.
Amazon’s effect on eCommerce and cloud computing is nothing short of extraordinary, however recent revelations have now put the spotlight on Amazon’s alleged “dystopian” corporate culture and employee policies.
Is the sole purpose of Agile to help programmers work faster? Is it about being ‘agile’ in the literal sense? Or is there more to the Agile methodology, asks software architect Lewis Foti.
Some fresh news in from the gang developing IntelliJ IDEA 15, with the expansion of the handy ‘Locate Duplicates’ feature. The new addition also gives options for a quick fix if needed. Catch cloned code on-the-fly!
The first Internet of Things Design Manifesto has gone live with contributions and backing from a plethora of professionals in the IoT community. Its guidelines aim to be a foundation for designers and engineers to create a myriad of products and services.
This week’s Java news by Thorben Janssen stars Project Valhalla, improvements to the Docker Toolbox and using the new Java 8 Date and Time API with Hibernate. All this and more when checking out the week’s hottest Java links.
It has been more than 40 years since Gerard M. Weinberg created the concept of Egoless Programming. We take a look at the treatise now to see whether the rules contained therein still serve a purpose for the modern programmer today.
Nicolai Parlog highlights another big change coming to Java in the form of Project Valhalla. How far along is it development-wise and what challenges are there in the lead up to release?
Java 8 streams are still new to some, but by comparing common constructs in SQL, you might be able to get your head around them. Lukas Eder explores common SQL constructs with their equivalent expressions written in Java 8 using Streams and jOOλ.
It’s been over a year since the launch of one of the biggest ever releases in Java history. With plenty more elements coming and going in the Java 9 release next year, there’s one question you may find yourself asking: Does Java need all this change?