The JAXenter survey will come to an end soon. What programming languages and web technologies would you like to try out this year? How do you feel about cloud platforms? What Continuous Delivery tools do you plan to use in 2017? You are invited to answer these questions and more in JAXenter’s annual survey.
IBM revealed in its most recent survey that nine in 10 government executives plan to make blockchain investments by next year. Furthermore, seven in ten government executives predict blockchain will significantly disrupt the area of contract management.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has bought the source code to the RethinkDB database, relicensed it under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (ASLv2) and contributed it to The Linux Foundation.
“DevOps only happens when you remove the friction and waste of the hierarchical silos —which is why we need a common business goal.” Greg Bledsoe, Managing Consultant at Accenture, spoke to JAXenter editor Hartmut Schlosser at DevOpsCOn 2016 about the essence of DevOps and the key problems that inhibit DevOps adoption.
Oracle announced in a post published last year that they plan to deprecate the Java browser plugin in JDK 9. Since JDK 9 should be coming in July, it’s imperative that developers find an alternative.
While Angular CLI is still in beta, most of the developers like the ease of getting started with new projects. In this article, Java Champion Yakov Fain shows you how to create, bundle, and deploy a simple project with Angular CLI.
After nearly one year of hard work, JHipster is ready for a new major release. 4.0 supports both AngularJS 1 and Angular 2.x and has successfully migrated to Yarn. But that’s not all — let’s see what else is new.
Have you ever used flashcards? Sure you did! We’ve all been there and it seems like they are making a comeback. Programmers can remember programming knowledge they don’t use on a day to day basis using spaced repetition.
Measuring the Return on Investment (ROI) from DevOps is critical to convince organizations which are falling behind that they can still shift course, transform and head to the IT future. It is also essential for companies that are embracing the industry’s forward movement, so they know if they’re on the right track and can keep turbo-charging their DevOps efforts.
Eclipse Two seems to be the new buzzword people are humming this January and it looks like functional programming is here to stay. JavaFX, Angular and NetBeans are also on the top 10 list. But enough with the spoilers, let’s see the list!
Machine learning experts are in high demand right now. As tech giants rely heavily on machine learning and AI these days, it comes as no surprise that their ML hiring spree has intensified. If you want to jump on the ML bandwagon, you’ll need the right tools.
One reason why pair programming may improve productivity is that it forces two people to understand code as it is being written. In this post, Steve Northover, Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM, explains how pair programming can simplify and expand the collaborative programming experience.
JetBrains announced in late January that Kotlin 1.1 has reached beta. We invited Hadi Hariri, VP of Developer Advocacy at JetBrains, to talk about Kotlin’s strengths and the upcoming 1.1 and to answer the question that’s on everyone’s lips: What does the future hold for Kotlin?