Today, we’re taking a second look at a new database on the scene, PumpkinDB. Although this new event sourcing database engine is just getting started, we’re fascinated by what we can see so far. We talked to Yurii Rashkovskii, maintainer at pumpkindb.org about this new project, its benefits and challenges and databases in general.
Growing pains are difficult for everyone, but especially for start-ups. Today, we look at whether it is better to hire testers first or a manager. Logically, it should be a tester, right? Nope. In this article, Kevin Dunne explains why your team actually needs a QA manager first.
It’s been six months since the last update — it’s time to see what’s cooking in the Angular Material kitchen. The first beta release of the Angular CDK is now available on npm and the data-table is making its debut.
Coding in Java? Codota makes it even easier with an AI pair programmer designed to help you write code without having to check other references online. Does this mean one day robots will take over our developer jobs? Maybe, but not quite yet.
Eclipse Oxygen is here but even though this milestone has been successfully reached, the development continues — next in line is Eclipse Photon. We talked to Lars Vogel, founder and CEO at vogella about his favorite Eclipse Oxygen features, its successor Eclipse Photon and the future of the classic development environments.
Spring Boot is going serverless with the new Spring Cloud Function. This new functional-based programming project is designed for serverless providers.
Once Dart 2.0 is here, Strong Mode will simply become the standard type system but for now, let’s rejoice over the idea of a stronger Dart. Read on if you want to find out how the phases of moving to 2.0 look like.
With data breaches hitting the news every other day, how can developers keep information secure? In this article, Rick Delgado explores how companies can improve their security practices and save everyone a whole lot of trouble in the meantime.
Setting the course for a world without middlemen? 9 Blockchain influencers weigh in on this possibility
Will blockchain eliminate the middleman? Can it do that? Should it do that? These are just a few questions that hover over the technology behind Bitcoin. In the third part of our interview series, our nine experts talk about the connection between blockchain and the rise in cyber attacks and the elimination of the middlemen.
In this article, Steve Eynon, Technical Consultant at SkyFoundry writes a program in Fantom to control the Parrot AR Drone quadcopter, a beloved type of drone thanks to its open source client SDK.
Debugging is a must-have skill for any Java developer. This article will start with a beginner’s guide to help you with debugging. In the second part of the article, you will find a more advanced guide to debugging and you’ll discover what’s new for debugging in Eclipse Oxygen.
It’s that time of year again. Do you know a technology, company, organization or person that has brought significant innovation to the Java ecosystem? Nominations for the JAX Innovation Awards 2017 are now open, and we’re looking to celebrate those who promote open innovation in the field of the Java Platform and related technologies.
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to choosing databases. Every database is suitable for certain projects and requirements but the fight seems to be between MySQL and PostgreSQL — these are the databases used by giants such as GitHub, Reddit, Airbnb, Spotify and more. Which team are you on?
The fundamental building block of Akka actor systems is an actor. In a way, actors are analogous to Lego or Minecraft blocks: With the simple building blocks of Lego and Minecraft, it is possible to craft magnificent structures. In this article, Hugh McKee, developer advocate at Lightbend tells you everything you need to know about cluster aware actors.