How do you get started with DevOps? And more importantly when do you get started? DevOps pros Peter Roßbach (bee42 Solutions), Bethany Macri (Etsy), Paul Stack (OpenTable) and Sascha Möllering (Zanox AG) trade tips with Sebastian Meyen (S&S Media) in this video panel discussion.
Hearing proclamations of the death of Java is everyday business for this 20-year old giant in IT. But with the recent evangelist layoffs, rumours of Oracle’s neglect and a subdued JavaOne conference, it feels like something has changed. But should Java developers care, asks Jason Whaley.
The mobile development framework PhoneGap was almost entirely ignored by Japan’s mobile programming scene. And then it wasn’t. Tech founder Masa Tanaka explains why Apache Cordova was the key.
Is a good software architect like an octopus, forcing its tentacles into everyone’s code? How can the architect be an authority in all technologies used by a system? We discuss the age-old problem of broad vs. focused knowledge with three veteran software architects.
Security software vendors tend to exaggerate the potential of their tools – to put it mildy. Using real-world attack examples, Niara’s Karthik Krishnan explains why so many enterprise systems are being breached and what cyber security technology is really capable of.
Microservices are great – we can all agree. But there’s no doubting what level of complexity they bring to IT systems. “The problem is, we don’t understand the problem,” quotes software architect Peter Elger, who shows us the ways to fail fast and iterate rapidly with microservices.
DevOps is cool. Correction: DevOps is mainstream. Correction: DevOps has broken through the mainstream and is now quickly catching up on “Agile”, “Big Data” and the almighty “Cloud” as an excessively used buzzword. So how much substance is there to the hype of DevOps?
Which JSON library should Java developers be choosing? And should we be worried about Oracle’s plans for Java? Thorben Janssen brings us the latest news and essential reading in the Java world.
The software development profession is becoming little more than an amalgamation of abstract paradigms, useless concepts and ‘cool’ tools that bring us few real results, says Steve Naidamast. In this long read, he takes a sociological look at the downward trajectory of programming.
The latest edition of ThoughtWorks’ Technology Radar has highlighted what a lot of commentators already know: Docker and Microservices are hot to trot right now. ECMAScript 6 and Swift are also seen favourably by the 20-strong team of experts behind the report.
If you search Google Scholar for “machine learning”, it returns over 1,800,000 publications. As the buzz around this technology grows, so too does its complexity. Sebastian Raschka, author of Packt’s “Python Machine Learning”, introduces us to the three types of machine learning.
By 2017 half of all employees with be required to bring their own device to work. Yet around a third of enterprises have yet to implement a BYOD security policy. David Goldschlag, SVP of Strategy for Pulse Secure looks at the security challenges and best practices needed for successful BYOD deployment.
Continuing a series of articles focusing on NetBeans users and their five favorite NetBeans IDE features, here’s the next part, by Christian Lenz.