First up in our three-part series of experts tips on cloud architecture with AWS, taken from Packt’s title on Mastering AWS Development: an introduction to key AWS concepts like the AWS global infrastructure, AWS EC2 and IAM and bootstrapping.
The newest version of Groovy is here and with it, a mini makeover under their new custodians. The Apache Software Foundation is now looking after “Apache Groovy” with version 2.4.4 offering some critical bugfixes and maintenance.
What is the beef between the programming and marketing teams? Why don’t they understand one another? Understanding the product, “easy” feature requests and broken promises are all part of the problem.
Setting the rules, planning ahead, keeping important questions in mind – all this and more on the DevOps journey of development to delivery in software with James Fryman.
Esoteric programming languages are often born out of entertaining side-projects and can be described in many ways: fun, fabulous and freaky. ArnoldC warrants only one description: Get your ass to Mars.
Full-blown applications programmed for your browser – that’s where it’s at, right now, says JAX London speaker Geertjan Wielenga in this sneak preview from the upcoming JAX Magazine issue.
Are your continuous integration and delivery efforts for documentation floundering? It might serve you well to read up on how OpenStack treat documents like code and implement a strategy to successfully merge and publish.
In the first of many future collaborations, ZeroMQ founder Pieter Hintjens describes his journey in finding a solution to the problem of Makefiles via the C programming language and model oriented code generation.
When important deadlines are pending, some startups require extreme weekly working hours from their programmers. For some, the 80-hour week, even over an extended period, constitutes the norm. Is this even feasible?
Want to put your tutorial-writing skills towards a worthy cause? JAXenter are now accepting original programming tutorials for publication accompanied by a charitable donation! Read on to find out which charity is featured.
The alpha version for jQuery 3.0 has landed and with it a focus on updates to closer match the HTML5 dataset specification. Build, core and CSS changes take up the majority of the release, while jQuery Promises also receives some attention.
Like with all enterprise processes, there are dos and don’ts. DevOps Do #1: Do switch to a DevOps approach with a DevOps professional, says DevOps expert Giant Swarm’s Matthias Lübken. Don’t #1: Never ever be ambitious with goals.
Have you been waiting in anticipation to get your hands on some of the new Java 9 features? Alex Zhitnitsky has a play around with JShell, also known as Project Kulla. Check it out!
A Java “zero-day” attack has been reported by security firm Trend Micro, which turns out to be a vulnerability in the Java applet. Java developers have vented their frustrations that they are once again forced to defend their ecosystem.