“A massive IT transformation is currently taking place,” says the CloudBees founder – DevOps is radically changing how we deliver software. And Jenkins is right in the middle of it.
Free tests for everyone! That’s the premise behind Facebook’s decision to open source Infer, their static program analyser with an impressive bugfix rate. On top of sharing their wares, Facebook hope that being in the open will drive further development.
Ethical hacking for the greater good – what’s it worth and why is it done? We delve into the details to uncover what it is about bounty hacking that attracts the most talented and committed white hats around.
We spoke to Cloud and SaaS-man Maarten Balliauw about the major adjustments developers and enterprises make when moving from on-premise to cloud.
“What’s in a name?” Juliet Capulet knew what was up. However, different titles can mean different roles and responsibilities, which means getting down to the bottom of what developers and programmers actually do.
The path to employing and practicing continuous delivery isn’t always an easy one to take. CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey explains how the continuous delivery process requires planning and preparedness to work.
Why is talking about “culture” helpful in effecting a transformation such as DevOps? Jeff Sussna explores this often murky area to help define and explain the role of culture in DevOps today.
Fans of Apple technology descended on the west coast to attend their Worldwide Developers Conference, which other than talking about OS X El Captain, announced that Swift 2.0 was going open source. Cue applause.
To celebrate 20 years of Java, you are cordially invited to the Java Museum – a community sourced collection of curious artefacts, vintage links and fond memories from 20 years of Java.
Some Java EE discussions, more about microservices and an interview series of the JavaOne 2015 committee members are all here in Thorben Janssen’s Java Weekly, featuring the week’s hottest links, tutorials and updates from the Java world.
In the latest on the ongoing Oracle vs Google API drama, the administration of US President Barack Obama has sided with Oracle, after the courts had asked for the President’s intervention in their Java copyright war.
A website is the key to your business ROI, to the success of your brand and to the happiness of your customer. Just like a traditional brick-and-mortar business needs to be stocked, friendly and clean, so also your website needs to run as fast and efficiently as possible.
Dart can now officially call GitHub home, in a move that has shifted the whole programming language to the popular open source hosting service. Google have also axed the Chrome Dev Editor, but are hoping the community can still salvage something from it.
What can happen when spaghetti code is relied upon to operate mission-critical systems? We look at the Toyota spaghetti code debacle and how it could be the bad habits of programmers inheriting code at the heart of the problem.