The Hazelcast In-Memory Data Grid implemented in Java has appeared in version 3.6. In the words of Hazelcast CEO Greg Luck, the release marks “the largest development leap of the past two years.”
There’s a great deal of information out there about creating apps, hiring developers to create an app for you, or whether you should take the time to learn to code yourself. For most people, it simply isn’t realistic for them to learn code due to time restrictions and difficulty constraints. Therefore, it may be in your best interest to consider what it will cost to hire a good app developer in order to create a useful app for you instead.
Version 1.8 of the Clojure Lisp dialect offers new string functions, as well as the possibility of direct linking, among other features.
The drastic shift of users from desktop web to mobile web and app has brought change in other areas as well. Today, there are various mobile app frameworks on the market that help UI/UX designers to design and build apps easily and effectively.
Software architect Rainer Stropek discusses the impact of REST, and explains the importance of selecting the right technology to become an expert in.
The Scene Builder Tool, considered by many JavaFX friends as indispensable, is currently available in version 8.1.0. What has happened since the last release?
Hamit Hasanhocaoglu, an enthusiastic NetBeans user, has integrated Darcula into NetBeans IDE.
Over the past number of years, operations has become a very interesting part of IT. Traditionally, operations and developers have been completely separate.
What performance impact does the Varnish API have when used with fast web servers? CTO and founder Per Buer explains the execution and outcome of the Varnish performance test.
With the recently announced Edje and IoT Connector IoT projects, as well as the OMR runtime technology platform, the Eclipse Foundation has finally, in the words of leader Mike Milinkovich, left its initial “comfort zone.” Yet there is more investment to be made in 2016, specifically in tool development.
Jay Schmelzer, Director of Program Management for .NET at Microsoft, explains in this interview the idea behind the componentization of .NET Core 5, and its consequences.
In 2015, the open source Docker container technology evolved into a hot topic in the developer world. The first Docker update of the year, the first release candidate for Docker 1.10, follows the model known from earlier releases and brings significant innovation with changes like Docker Engine Images or file system data saved in containers.
The IT field is subject to constant change. For professional software developers, this means the need to constantly deal with new technologies, tools and methods. The great thing is, though, that there are new and exciting things to discover all over!