Eclipse Triquetrum — An open platform for scientific workflows

In this article, Erwin De Ley, co-founder of iSencia Belgium and lead developer of Passerelle, and Christopher Brooks, Ptolemy Software Janitor at the University of California, Berkeley, showcase an open platform for scientific workflows called Eclipse Triquetrum.

After 2 comes... 4

Move over 3 — Angular 4 is the next version

The Angular team is proving that one should not worry about version numbers; instead, we should treat everything under the Angular umbrella as.. well, Angular. Although we were expecting to see Angular 3 in March 2017, turns out that number 4 is coming instead. The next months will be dedicated to wrapping up Angular 4.

Decisions, decisions

Functional programming vs. object-oriented programming

In this article, Lucas Dohmen, a consultant at InnoQ, is weighing in on the differences between functional programming and object-oriented programming. He concludes that instead of wondering whether FP is better than OO, people should ask themselves the following question: What concepts and ideas help me to write better code?

Eclipse Oxygen: Fourth milestone is now available

The release train for Eclipse Oxygen has stopped into another station — the fourth milestone of 4.7. While M3 was all about the improvements made under Oxygen’s hood, milestone number four is all about usability and visual appearance.

Choose wisely

Top 5 frameworks for mobile app development

A framework is a complex software development environment. It includes many sub-components which help you create your application. Such sub-components include tools sets, compilers, debuggers, application programming interfaces, different code libraries and many other components. To help you choose a framework which will suit you best here is the list of top frameworks for mobile app development.

"DevOps is magic"

Overcoming obstacles to DevOps — Greg Bledsoe | DevOpsCon 2016

All organizations that did not originate the DevOps moment have a pre-existing culture as well as legacy technology and processes that can be more or less amenable to DevOps implementation. There are several key techniques that an agent of change can implement to smooth the transition and overcome these obstacles on the way to a smoother DevOps deployment process with the re-aligned silos that are characteristic of a healthy DevOps culture.