Buildship is an Eclipse plugin that allows you to build applications and libraries using Gradle through your IDE. In this article, Donát Csikós explains some advanced features of Buildship in Eclipse IDE.
We’ve talked about how to control resource usage of containers, now it’s time to learn how to use resource quota and namespaces to manage multiple teams on your Kubernetes cluster.
Datadog, a cloud monitoring provider, has recently added Java support to its APM offerings to provide a comprehensive monitoring platform. In this article, Julie Levine explains why they chose to add Java support and how it improves features like infrastructure metrics, log data, and application traces.
Agile or DevOps? In-office or remote? Open source or closed source software? The results of the GitLab 2018 Global Developer Report are in — let’s have a look at the highlights.
As data needs grow, developers need more sophisticated methods of access for distributed databases. In this article, Simon Ritter explores two ways developers can deliver data: Red Hat JBoss Data Grid and Azul Zing.
Everything is going like clockwork in the Android world. It’s March, which means Google is releasing the first developer preview of the next Android version —Android P.
Keeping up with new tech terms is difficult. How can we keep from embarrassing ourselves at work? Thanks to a new crowdsourced dictionary, Hackterms, you can get the details on everything in tech directly from developers and coders.
Are you adding more complexity than needed when hopping on the microservices trend? In this interview, Peter Eijgermans talks about the differences between a monolith and microservices, when to use each approach, and what tools to use when managing microservices.
Hear ye, hear ye! Starting with JDK 11, JavaFX will be available as a separate module, decoupled from the JDK. This should encourage new contributors to engage in the open source OpenJFX community.
Is it *the* foe? Is it *the* absolute terror? Is it *the* blessing in disguise? Or maybe the *king* of boredom? Its name is legacy code and it’s here to haunt you.
Angular 6 should be released pretty soon. As we’re getting closer to the grand finale, we start to see bits and pieces of what is shaping up to be a great version. Beta.7 is here.
Angular has all sorts of excellent features that keep developers happy. In this article, Yakov Fain goes over the Angular framework and explains why he’s still satisfied with switching to this framework years later.
The Atom team wanted to develop radical new ideas without risking the core stability of Atom. Enter Xray. This Electron-based text editor is a testing playground for new approaches to high performance, collaboration, extensibility, and web compatibility.
Like every new technology, blockchain creates both opportunities and challenges. Let’s forget about the challenges for a moment and focus on the opportunities and all the industries that have been —or will be— touched by this technology. In this article, Matt Davida presents the top five industries that will be transformed by blockchain.