The cloud has changed everything. And yet the cloud revolution at the heart of IT is only getting started. As data becomes more and more important, we’re beginning to realise how central a role the database will play in future.
After 20 years of programming, it’s time for the Java community to tell its stories. We’ve asked Java veterans Heinz Kabutz, Heiko Seeberger, Eberhard Wolff and JAX London speaker Angelika Langer to share their best and worst Java memories with us.
Three months after the Node.js Foundation started work on a new release candidate, Node.js 4.0.0 has been released – now featuring the io.js fork code base for the very first time.
REST APIs make our lives easier – but we’re still in the dark ages when it comes to making our APIs general purpose, portable and reusable. Ben Busse shows us the common pitfalls of hand-coding custom REST APIs and the architectural advantages and technical characteristics of reusable REST APIs.
The recent rumours of Oracle putting an end to its Java evangelism has the community worried about the necessary vision for Java’s future. But there’s no reason for Java world to fear, says JAX London program chair Sebastian Meyen.
Complex lettering, confusing characters and bad antialiasing are all genuine problems faced by today’s programmers. Enter Hack 2.0, a typeface created exclusively for better readability of source code.
Learn how to deal with issues for anyone using NetBeans or Eclipse with the new generation of laptops that have extremely high resolution displays on 11, 13 or 15 inch displays.
Ops, hardware, infrastructure – software is still eating its way into various worlds that were once out of its reach. Meanwhile DevOps is eating up the developer’s workplace. Perforce’s Mark Warren speaks to us about the impact of everything becoming code and how DevOps is changing responsibility, security and collaboration.
Developers unite! The time has come for programmers to make a stand for their basic workplace rights, says Jeff Atwood, Stack Overflow co-founder of Coding Horror fame, who has penned a Bill of Rights for programmers everywhere.
This week’s Java news by Thorben Janssen picks up on another interesting development in the Unsafe debate, as well as a G1 benchmark and an MVC 1.0 specification. All this and more together with this week’s hottest Java links.
Somehow, the buzz surrounding microservices has us believing that every single employee and enterprise must break up their monolith empires and follow the microservices trend. But it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, says JAX London speaker Holly Cummins.
Ransomware is becoming a serious problem for the Bitcoin community. Yet while security experts struggle to find a catch-all solution to this flaw, it appears there is no end in sight to Bitcoin’s malware problems, both for enterprises and consumers.
The Java community is riled up in debate about Oracle’s sudden decision to fire its Java evangelists. Is evangelism dead at Oracle?
JetBrains users have been loudly voicing their disapproval at the new “JetBrains Toolbox” SaaS payment model, announced this week by the makers of the Java IDE IntelliJ IDEA.