We talked to Angelo Zerr, Eclipse E4 CSS Engine creator, Eclipse Nebula committer and Eclipse WTP Incubator committer, about the TypeScript compiler for Eclipse, its advantages and the features that are included in this new plug-in, as well as the ones that may be implemented in future releases.
In this article Tero Parviainen sums up what he finds exciting about Angular 2 right now.
The blockchain is on the verge of outshining Bitcoin but even though many industries have now focused their attention on this distributed database, we may have gotten ahead of ourselves because it seems that we lack a strong enough workforce of blockchain developers.
May 25 is the day fans remember science fiction author Douglas Adams by carrying a towel. The celebratory day was first held 15 years ago, two weeks after Adams’ death from a heart attack aged 49.
Who’s on top and who’s left behind? Takipi analyzed 47,251 dependencies on Github and pulled out the top 100 Java libraries.
This weekend we published a new version of BootsFaces. BootsFaces 0.8.6 is basically not a big deal; it fixes half a dozen bugs.
What a time to be alive! Researchers from the University of Zurich recently showcased a system which relies on biometrics to anticipate the quality of code developers produce. The paper was presented at the 38th International Conference on Software Engineering in late May.
Eclipse hawkBit  is a new project within the Eclipse IoT Working Group , the goal of which is to furnish an open platform for the Internet of Things. hawkBit is a project initiated by Bosch Software Innovations in support of this initiative, joining the Eclipse Vorto  and Eclipse Hono  projects. It will concentrate on providing a framework that allows for the simple integration of a software update functionality into an IoT solution or platform.
Choosing the right framework for a project is still considered to be the most daunting task by business and site owners looking to strengthen their web presence. No worries, we have compiled a list of frameworks associated with Node.
IBM’s World Community Grid has recently launched the #OpenZika project. The platform which encourages volunteers to turn their personal computers and Android mobile phones and tablets already has the support of roughly 750,000 people, as well as 470 institutions across 80 nations. In short, all you need to do is download an app and allow researchers to (quietly) run calculations on your devices.
Joel Spolsky’s „Joel Test,“ which was published 16 years ago, delved into the daily generation of team-wide builds. As Continuous Integration server designated systems solve the issue automatically, they compile their administered elements – the name says it all – permanently. But what can an individual CI server do and which is the right one for my project?
Each Monday we take a step back and analyze what has happened in the previous week. Last week we watched Google launch a plethora of new products and platforms, defend itself in court and jump right back into the blazing heat to end #io16 in style. We also discovered that Swift might be the only winner of the legal battle between Google and Oracle and pondered on blockchain’s future and Java EE’s label. But that’s not all folks!
The Hyperledger Project has a new leader. Brian Behlendorf, the founder of the Apache Software Foundation and this initiative’s first executive director, spoke with JAXenter.com about his new role, what the future holds for the Hyperledger Project and what it’s like to work with the industry’s most appreciated people.
In his keynote at JAX 2016, David Barnes, IBM’s first technology evangelist, talked about why developers rule the world, how important it is to speak executives’ language and how to avoid being outsourced. He opined that outsourcers are “like pizza boxes: give them a pizza box, stick them in a corner, they finish the code and that’s all they think about — they don’t think about the business.”