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.
Java news is back and Thorben Janssen has the latest on Java 9, Java EE 8 as well as a great resource guide for Microservices. All this and more in the week’s hottest updates from the Java world.
According to a recent study on IoT apps commissioned by Progress, 65% of them are able to generate real sales. The majority of IoT solutions included in this group can be found in the fields of smart home, wearables and sports and fitness.
The countdown to the JAX London 2015 is on and we’ve put the spotlight on DevOps and Microservices. Come along and hear from leading technologists and experts on the topics that are making waves in the IT world.
The partnership that exists between open source and DevOps is undeniable to Mark Hinkle, who believes the culture behind DevOps is paramount if you want improved delivery of software and services.
Jeff Sussna believes a shift is happening from information to interaction, and the CIO’s position needs to be assessed to truly service this change. They should focus on helping the business understand its needs for digital interaction.
Functional programmers are said to be arrogant and elitist. The accusation isn’t new, but still seemingly a long way from being accepted across the board. After Robert C. Martin stirred the pot recently, the debate has once again garnered attention.
What’s the secret to hiring a good developer? What are the best interviewing techniques? Before you start rating your recruitment prowess, take a look at how the hiring process differs outside the interviewing medium.
We often hear about the need to change the world, to change IT, to change our enterprises and our structures. But humans don’t act logically. And change isn’t something that can ever be promised or planned, especially in IT.
Given the peaks and troughs of the Bitcoin world, it’s tough to stay optimistic about making money with mining. But is it possible to look into the crystal ball of hash rates, changing equipment and ASIC technology to see the future of mining profitability?