2016 has a lot in store for us if you ask Christophe Birkeland, the CTO of Malware Analysis at BlueCoat Systems. Some are constructive, others are destructive but they all represent the reality that surrounds us and they all have a part to play this year.
Do you know how other developers react when Java developers talk? Or how Oracle does math? Have you ever wondered what’s the difference between coding academic Java and enterprise Java? Share a laugh with us as we reveal the most-shared gifs, code and jokes about Java programmers.
Not many companies understand how to learn from their failures. We talked to JAX DevOps-Speaker Paul Reed about the importance of conducting actionable postmortems to foster learning and improve future outcomes.
In this article, Java champion Lukas Eder looks at Ceylon from a different perspective and discovers that it might be the only (JVM) language which got Nulls right. The roadmap is explained below.
JAX Finance is back with fresh forces and a new addition: JAX DevOps. The conference brands have joined forces to offer in-depth knowledge on state-of-the-art technologies which help up your business.
As DevOps matures and extends its borders, it becomes a topic that cannot be ignored. We’ve asked IT professionals to paint a picture of how DevOps will impact companies and their employees, but now it’s time for you to step in and share your thoughts! It’s time for a small survey!
DevOps has gone through many phases so far but its transformation is not yet completed. JAX DevOps speaker Paul Reed tells us that many companies have embraced DevOps and, if we look closely enough, we will discover that we can apply aspects from humanity’s other “operational” efforts to DevOps.
Bitcoin is not the Terminator but it might as well be if we look at the overwhelmingly large number of obituaries this cryptocurrency has attracted. Although Mike Hearn, a prominent bitcoin developer, recently claimed that this digital currency is a failed experiment , it continues to resurrect after every punch.
Adaptive content has become a buzzword which means different things to different people: on the one hand, it is a long-term initiative to structure content for dynamic targeting and flexible reuse; on the other hand, it is a way to make sure that everyone (no matter their location) sees exactly what they want.
This article illustrates the possibilities using docker in conjunction with NetBeans to aid the development of C++ applications and is intended to stimulate readers’ creativity for their own experiments.
Spark has made some improvements over Hadoop but where are we now with this mess? John Davies will shed some light on this issue and point out the latter’s importance even as time goes by and Spark challenges its reign.
In the first part of this article, enRoute inventor and OSGi mastermind Peter Kriens explained the role of OSGi enRoute. In the second part, he will offer further clarifications regarding version 1.0 of OSGi enRoute framework.