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?
We love inspiring stories about technologies that have changed people’s lives. Chase Crum shares his story about Linux and the important role its played in his career.
Kicking off an exciting new range of posts on the NetBeans IDE, Oracle’s Community Manager for NetBeans introduces their Community Acceptance Testing program, looking for volunteers to help stabilise NetBeans 8.1.
Everyone’s favourite Q&A site has been slowly losing dedicated members thanks to its toxic moderator behaviour, over-embellished points system and systematic hatred for newbies. John Slegers lays it down.
Software is more important than ever today and yet its commercial value is steadily declining. Microsoft, for instance, has seen its gross margins decrease for a decade, while startups and corporations alike are distributing free software that would have been worth millions a few years ago. Welcome to the software paradox.
Want a quick reference to what’s new, different or absent from the upcoming Java 9? Oracle’s Dalibor Topic has put together a great guide to ensure the Java community has all the information it needs for the upcoming release.
In the past two to three years, OSGi has gone from being an outdated Java-based connected home specification to a mainstream IoT technology. Here we take a look at the myriad of IoT standards and the most successful examples of OSGi IoT implementations.
One million new lines of code have graced the Linux kernel, with 4.2-rc1 shipping as the biggest release candidate ever. While a quarter of a million lines were removed, 4.2-rc1 is still massive in size.