What’s the best way to get a DevOps job? Should you make yourself marketable as a DevOps engineer or do you only need to prove that you can play well with your colleagues? In the third part of our interview series, we asked nine DevOps influencers to weigh in on the skills one needs in order to become a DevOps engineer. Plus, we talked about the importance of DevSecOps.
What does serverless technology bring to the table? In this article, Jignesh Solanki goes over some of the top tips developers need to know about this emerging tech solution.
The internet’s favorite open source machine learning project is back with another update. What’s in TensorFlow 1.6? We take a look at some of the major features and improvements, bug fixes, breaking changes, and other issues.
“Sourcetrail was built with the goal to save developers time when working on unfamiliar source code”
If you find yourself “swimming” in unfamiliar waters, you should know that Sourcetrail is here to help: its goal is to save developers time when working on unfamiliar source code. We talked with Eberhard Gräther, founder of Sourcetrail about his project and how it plans to make Java developers’ lives easier, we look under its hood and get a sneak peek into its future.
Winter’s icy grip kept us cold during February, but that didn’t slow anyone down in the Java world. We’ve got you covered if you were huddled under blankets all last month: here are the top stories about Jakarta EE, Spring Boot 2, and more!
New year, new JAX Magazine issue. What better way to celebrate the beginning of a new year than with a DevOps goody bag?
When should you buy a bird? When it’s going cheep! This week is your last chance to take advantage of the Early Bird offer for JAX DevOps 2018 – The offer ends on March 8th!
The first Bitcoin transaction paid for two Papa John’s pizzas. So, what better way to think of the growth of Bitcoin, than in pizza boxes? In this article, Nandik Barbhaiya explores the growth of Bitcoin via pizza.
WildFly 12 Final is here! What does this latest version have in store for developers? We take a look at some of the newest features and notable changes in this application server.
Good news — you can now download the public preview build for IntelliJ IDEA 2018.1. Let’s have a look at the highlights of the upcoming release.
Blockchain has the potential to go mainstream. Jason Goldberg, CEO and founder of Simple Token tells us how this can be achieved. He also talks about his personal project, which aims to drastically simplify the utilization of blockchain technology. In short, Simple Token‘s goal is to fundamentally change the way companies use (and interact with) blockchain.
JAX Finance is almost upon us with the coolest topics in FinTech and we would hate for you to miss it! Get your Early Bird ticket before the offer expires on March 8th!
Blockchain is everywhere but, if you ask George Giaglis, Professor of eBusiness at the Athens University of Economics and Business, he will tell you that “we have not even scratched the surface of the applications that will be possible in a future world augmented by distributed ledger technology.” We caught up with him to talk about the sought-after blockchain skill, where companies can find developers who possess this skill and how blockchain can help the sports industry reach new heights.
How can you control resource usage of containers? Especially when you run containers in production at scale? In this article, Peter Arijs explains how you can utilize container resource limits and resource quotas to keep things in order.