The app economy has matured, but the number of apps that play in the big leagues continues to shrink. The rule “evolve or die” has been tailored to meet our digital expectations. Bots, however, don’t need to bend the rules to attract users. Here is why we have a bit mania on our hands.
Angular 2 is coming soon, but for the moment let’s enjoy the milestones the Angular 2 team prepared for us. Join us in discovering all the details about Angular 2’s imminent release and stay tuned for more updates as they become available.
The Bitcoin economy has gone from an early prototype stage to a second one characterized by gambling and black markets and finally to a third stage which steers away from “sin” and toward legitimate enterprises. This is the conclusion of a research paper titled “The Evolution of the Bitcoin Economy: Extracting and Analyzing the Network of Payment Relationships.”
Welcome to our new series ‘Foundation Talk’ in which we introduce the staff of the Eclipse Foundation. Wayne Beaton, Director of Open Source Projects, is the first person we’d like you to meet.
The reasons are simple — hiring the best developers in-house may not be a good decision for your budget or they just don’t want to work for startup or companies without tradition. Maybe you don’t have sufficient resources to build the core parts of your product. Your in-house team struggles to stay innovative as they focus on operating and growing your existing assets.
Where does the future of Java EE lie? In the cloud? In the hands of Java EE Guardians or MicroProfile? We invited Jeff Genender, Java Champion and Apache Member, to talk about Java EE 8, the latest news and the initiatives that may or may not make a real change.
Netflix’s traffic intuition tool Vizceral (previously Flux) is now open source. This traffic intuition tool helps the company intuit decisions based on the holistic state of the system.
Mobile app developers strive to create error-free mobile apps that satisfy users’ needs and expectations; to do that, they need to thoroughly test their apps. Nothing is more disappointing than an app full of errors.
“DevOps isn’t any single person’s job — it’s everyone’s job.” Practicing DevOps in the true sense of the word may be challenging, but once you’ve overcome the obstacles and preconceptions, everything becomes easier. We asked Atlassian’s Michael Knight and Nick Wright to tell us how this company benefits from (genuinely) putting DevOps into practice.
Each Monday we take a step back and analyze what has happened in the previous week. Last week we dissected Mesosphere’s new assets, we compared machine learning to machine intelligence and we asked you who makes the decisions about software architecture in your company.
Maximilian Kögel and Jonas Helming have written an exciting article about setting up an ideal Eclipse distribution. To realize that, they used the Oomph framework. In this article we will talk about some methods we can use to organize distribution of that same setup.