Do you think with the mind of a young developer? How do you keep re-educating yourself? What is Flux? And why should programmers be wary of copying patterns? Five IT wisdoms from day #1 at the W-JAX 2015.
Microservices are mainstream, security needs to be talked about more and development and operations should be best friends. Daniel Bryant, Principal Consultant at OpenCredo, shares the lessons he’s learnt from attending the JAX London 2015.
Another dose of Thorben Janssen’s Java news sees a lot of Microservices talk, implementing custom CDI scopes and a real-world example of Project Jigsaw at work. All this and more with the hottest Java links for the week.
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.
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.
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’.
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. His final diary entry for the conference focuses squarely on microservices and Java EE.
In Part IV of his ongoing series on common sense software engineering, blogger Steve Naidamast shares some wisdom he’s accumulated regarding agile methodologies. Newsflash for the young guns out there: what you’re doing isn’t new or revolutionary.
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.
The more languages you know, the better a programmer you are, right? Not always – your coding skills are just the beginning of what most companies are looking for in a fresh programming recruit.
Go faster than your competitors. That’s the promise of microservices. But many microservice-oriented teams still face problems with end-to-end testing, independent deployment and service versioning. So how do we make microservices keep its promise?
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.