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Five competencies of the lean enterprise

Scaling Agile & Lean with SAFe 4.6

Agile has been a success on a project level, and now is scaling to an enterprise-wide level. Scaled Agile Framework, commonly abbreviated as SAFe is a solution that helps companies in scaling agile and lean. In this article, you will learn all about lean-agile leadership, technical agility and teams, and lean portfolio management.

Ballerina is en pointe

Ballerina version 1.0 adds Java interoperability and targets the JVM

Ballerina 1.0 has officially hit the stage! This open source programming language focuses on cloud-era applications, is cloud-native, and can simplify microservices development. Let’s recap some of the language’s features and what it sets it apart from the pack. Then we will dive into the release notes and check out what this latest release includes.

How to avoid user frustration

Which and when to use: SPA vs MPA

#ux

While building a website it is essential to see the bigger picture of the whole project, thereupon it is important to understand that there are two different ways to do it. When should you use a single-page application and when should you use a multi-page application? Check out these UX tips for some guidance.

To OpenJFX 13, and beyond!

OpenJFX 13 – “JavaFX gets its own identity”

Today is a big day in the Java world – it’s JavaFX 13’s proposed release date! To welcome it to the world, we sat down with Java Champion Dirk Lemmermann to talk about what the new release has in store for developers, what his personal highlights of this new release are and what the future holds for JavaFX.

Let the games begin!

Jakarta EE 8 release – the future is now!

Jakarta EE 8 is finally here! It heralds a new era for Enterprise Java, as finally the community can look forward to the platform’s faster development. To celebrate, we sat down with Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation, Mike Milinkovich to talk about the first release of Java EE under the umbrella of the Eclipse Foundation.

JavaFX to Mission Control: All systems are go!

JavaFX 13 release interview with Johan Vos

Today is a big day in the Java world – it’s JavaFX 13’s proposed release date! To welcome it to the world, we sat down with Johan Vos, Java Champion and Gluon co-founder, to talk about what the new release has in store for developers, what his personal highlights of this new release are and what the future holds for JavaFX.

It's Python's world; we all just live in it.

Top programming languages in 2019: Python sweeps the board

Python is fit for a king. A report from IEEE Spectrum shows that Python reigns in the enterprise, web, and embedded programming landscapes. Where does Java fit into the rankings? Although Java holds down the fort as the top mobile programming language, C is not far behind, and Kotlin has been moving up the ranks as more and more Android developers turn to it for their mobile dev needs.

I feel like I'm taking crazy pills!

Manifold: Java Access Control, Stop the Insanity!

Java access modifiers protected, package-private, and private are enforced both by the compiler and the JVM. Here, Manifold’s Scott McKinney explains why this is insane and how access to internals could be made much simpler and type-safe.

Improve web app performance

9 tips for developers to improve JavaScript performance significantly

The balance between the readability of the code and its optimization should be maintained at all times. You should never compromise the performance of an application over its development time. Rushing through the process for the sake of achieving faster time-to-market will make matters even more complicated.