The countdown to the Java 9 release has begun — in just 100 days, we’ll be able to take it for a spin. However, some of the members of the Java Platform Module System expert group claim that we shouldn’t pop the champagne just yet. Is Jigsaw really that flawed or is it a worthy opponent to JBoss Modules and OSGi?
What’s better than taking some days off? A public holiday. Not everyone has Good Friday & Easter Monday off but those who do surely appreciate the extended weekend. That’s apparently the only thing better than working from home, according to Stack Overflow’s developer survey.
NetBeans Dream Team member Nebrass Lamouchi wrote a tutorial on how to write a Java EE application using Spring Boot and Docker in NetBeans IDE but now it’s time to dive deeper into the topic and experiment with NetBeans IDE 8.2.
Angular 4 has been released. In this article, Karsten Sitterberg and Thomas Kruse show all the innovations, give tips on migrating and take a guess at what Angular 5 will look like.
How can one enable innovation in banking? The answer lies in convincing the end client that innovation is safe and banks are not taking any risks. Of course, this is easy to say but not that easy to execute.
IoT is more than being able to control your thermostat from an app on your phone; it’s the idea of a future where you’re always connected. The all new PlatformIO is an open source ecosystem meant to provide a single, unified development tool for the Internet of Things.
Microservices are among the most important new architectural concepts but what do developers like about them? In this evaluation, we are going to look at the reasons given by developers for using microservices in the Rethink IT survey and we’re going to pinpoint the most popular frameworks and tools.
Everyone was expecting to get a glimpse of Angular 5 during the keynote delivered by Igor Minar and Steven Fluin at the ng-conf 2017. Although not a lot of details were revealed, we did find out that version 5 will have three themes: simplicity, speed and size and smooth updates.
Open-source was originally meant to help us break free from the shackles of proprietary software. But coding and maintaining an open-source project is basically a full-time job. Volunteering time and experience means the community thrives, but who benefits from all this unpaid labor? And how do we foot the bill for all of these servers, anyways?
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also 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 Aubrey Blanche, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Atlassian.
The star of the new Gradle release is indubitably the new build cache. Although the team has worked hard to make sure that many built-in tasks are cacheable, it is not recommended to use this feature in production without fully understanding its current limitations. Therefore, it is not enabled by default.
Finding the island of Gosu is not an easy thing to do. According to the legends of the Pirates of the JVM, the mystical island of Gosu is a chameleon when it comes to staying in one lane. What makes Gosu so unique? Is it really a *simple* JVM language? We talked to Scott McKinney, the language’s father, about its advantages and disadvantages, its core principles and more.
GamingWorks has built a Business Simulation based on “The Phoenix Project,” the famous book by Gene Kim. We talked with Jan Schilt, co-owner of GamingWorks and speaker at the Microservices Summit about the Phoenix Project simulation and its benefits.
It’s Angular all over again. After Maven 3.3.9 was released, users expected to see 3.4.0 but instead, 3.5.0 came along. Why did 3.4.0 get the boot and what’s new in 3.5.0? Let’s find out.