We’ve been really enjoying JAX DevOps in London this week. Stefanos Zachariadis, one of our speakers, was kind enough to sit down and answer a few questions about the importance of data testing, how to keep end users from getting bugs, and why you should invest in a data “cleanser”.
JAX DevOps day one: the mechanical sympathy between Docker and Java, tips that might come in handy when dealing with containers and reasons why you should [or shouldn’t] containerize an existing (monolithic) app.
Defining DevOps is no easy task and perhaps we shouldn’t label it anyway but one thing we really need to do is determine what goes into a first-aid DevOps toolkit. For that, we need help from four of the world’s biggest DevOps influencers.
When we launched the Pirates of the JVM series, we promised we would put the spotlight on each and every programming language in the JVM universe so here we go. Our next port of call – Frege! We talked to Ingo Wechsung, the inventor of Frege, about the advantages and disadvantages of this language, its core principles and more.
Switching over to microservices and DevOps might be costly. But not doing so might be even worse. Jerome Louvel explains why API-first is catching on and why we all should embrace the microservice revolution.
We’re super excited for Stefanos Zachariadis’ talk at JAX Devops. Here, he explains how to write some acceptance tests without any errors specifically for FinTech.
Readers seemed to be diving deep into the archives of JAXenter this month. Our top favorites included how to build a REST API, the all new Angular 4, and the evergreen NetBeans or IntelliJ debate.
What if your IDE could teach you why some coding is bad, show you best practices, and give you examples of fixes? In this post, Julien Henry explains how SonarLint —accessible from the Eclipse Marketplace— can help you code better.
Listen, we’ve all been there. Angular 2 was… tolerable. But everything changed when Angular 4 was released earlier this week. Let’s work our way through the emotional rollercoaster that was this software release.
Tired of the tedious, unglamorous drudge work of programming? Then why don’t you try and sell your soul to the devil?
The challenging environment of digital disruption is impacting the banks, software deployment cycles must speed up in response to this. In this session, Matt Saunders explains why containerisation, specifically implemented via the Docker Datacenter toolchain is a key tool in solving this dichotomy.