See you in October: Sincere thanks to everyone who made JAX DevOps and JAX Finance such a success! More photos and quotes to come.
Fire and brimstone

Will there be Module Hell?

You’ve already been acquainted with JAR hell, but what about the horror that may be unleashed by Project Jigsaw in Java 9? Nicolai Parlog takes a look at the possibility of Module Hell, with version conflicts and complex class loading the likely victims.

All about understanding

Revisiting empathy, the essence of DevOps

Conversational practices like DevOps can enable organisations to practice empathy by detecting and narrowing the gap between their customers and their understanding of them, says Jeff Sussna. With that, he revisits the essence of DevOps in empathy.

Elastic update

Elasticsearch 2.0.0 lands, bringing numerous new features

The blockbuster 2.0.0 release of beloved full-text search engine Elasticsearch has landed. Based on Lucene 5.2.1, Elasticsearch 2.0.0 GA has countless changes for increased productivity, as well as more matured security features, not to mention the new ‘pipeline aggregation’.

UI technologies under the microscope

JavaOne 2015 Diary – Day 3 (a.k.a Day 4)

JavaOne is happening as we speak and we’ve got Lars Röwekamp reporting on what you want to know from the biggest Java event of the year. Day 3 (or is it Day 4?) of his recap looks at HTML5, UI technologies and rich client apps.

A mixed bag

JavaOne 2015 Diary – Day 2

JavaOne is happening as we speak and we’ve got Lars Röwekamp reporting on what you want to know from the biggest Java event of the year. Day 2 of his daily digest has it all – IoT, Mobile, Embedded and of course plenty of Java.