What solutions can ManagedBlocker provide for the Fork/Join framework? How can you reduce wasted CPU cycles? Dr. Heinz Kabutz gives us answers to these questions and more.
The shift in application development focus has led to the development of new data handling products to support changing business application development requirements. In this article, Sean Bowen explains why the Pub/Sub model is a natural fit for a microservice architecture and why traditional messaging solutions need to change.
Jira is most probably the number one choice software for agile development. And with all the good reasons. But no one is perfect and neither is Jira. Its fatal flaw? Pricing! Let’s have a look at some worthy and, most importantly, less costly alternatives to Jira.
“If you give the developer the ability to choose the right tools, they’ll not only be happier but also more productive”
One of the hardest things when going down the DevOps path is getting people on board with change but what happens when a company wants to create and/or promote a culture of learning? How can one get people excited about change? We talked to Jody Bailey, CTO of Pluralsight about all this and more.
Machine learning inevitably adds black boxes to automated systems and there is clearly an ethical debate about the acceptability of appropriating ML for a number of uses. The risks can be mitigated with five straightforward principles.
Jakarta EE is the new name for the overall platform comprised initially of the Java EE technologies that are being contributed to the Eclipse Foundation. Today, Ian Robinson explains why Java EE has moved to the Eclipse Foundation and where it’s going from here.
Looking for something more in a flag package that doesn’t require any external dependencies? How about giving Flaggy a try? We take a look at the features, what sets it apart, and see what features are available to test out.
Andreas Schmidt’s series concludes with the basics of PlatformIO. In this post, Schmidt goes over the the automation available to developers for continuous integration and delivery.
“Write once, run anywhere” has been the Java motto since forever! And what better way to achieve that if not with the use of containers? But we all know that containerizing Java applications is anything but simple. Jib is an open-source Java containerizer from Google that aspires to make a difference!
TypeScript made the TIOBE top 100 last month. This trend continues onward, as TypeScript manages a magnificent leap upwards, Java stays on top, and scripting languages like Perl continue to drop.
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Last year, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Erica Tanti, Software Engineer and a speaker at JAX London 2018.
As severless computing and container technology reach their peak, Cloud Foundry explores what IT decision makers have to say. Let’s explore the data and see what the numbers have to say about these computing trends.