What’s going on with Jakarta EE? Since the opening up of the Java EE, the switch from Oracle to The Eclipse Foundation has been underway. The latest news explains what is happening regarding the negotiation process, including the inability to come to an agreement regarding trademarks.
Weekly round-up: JAX DevOps 2019, Angular v8 rc4, Jakarta EE Developer Survey & more
Kubernetes and Julia development rise among the top 20 fastest-growing skills for freelancers
TypeScript 3.5 release candidate fixes speed regressions & adds improvements
JAX DevOps 2019 takeaways: Security pitfalls and how to influence DevOps culture
One day soon, serverless will be seen as a primary way to develop new applications. In this article, Erez Berkner explains why it’ll take some time for the knowledge and expertise to accumulate.
It’s the first Monday of the month and that means that it is time for our monthly recap! From the latest updates on the progress towards Angular v8 to the first look at JDK 13, this month had it all. Let’s take a look.
Time to keep up with the developments happening in Java and in the potential future of the JDK. Let’s take a look at this newly added JEP draft: JVMCI based just-in-time compiler pre-compiled as shared library. What goals for Java does it propose?
Deeplearning4j is a deep learning library for Java and the JVM; in 2017 it joined the Eclipse Foundation and open sourced its libraries. The latest update, Deeplearning4j Version 1.0.0-beta4 adds new support, optimization, fixes some pesky bugs, and adds a few new features.
“In a Serverless world, sophisticated orchestration tools aren’t just nice-to-have, they’re non-negotiable”
A new version of Puppet Enterprise just has been released (Puppet Enterprise 2019.1). We talked to Matt Waxman, Head of Products at Puppet, about the new features of this release, the open source automation tool Puppet Bolt and the impact of Serverless Computing to the world of Infrastructure as Code.
What’s new for Java? Discussion and JEP drafts move us forward day by day. One JEP draft suggests a new solution: Keyword Management for the Java language. See what its goal are, what it plans to accomplish, and what potential alternatives there are.
PyTorch version 1.1 arrives with new APIs, improvements, and features, including experimental TensorBoard support, and the ability to add custom Recurrent Neural Networks. The PyTorch team also includes some newly open sourced developer tools and offerings for machine learning.
The public beta for Docker Enterprise 3.0 is now available for registration. Announced at DockerCon19, the new offerings provide added security, integrate Docker Desktop Enterprise, Docker Kubernetes Services, and Docker Applications. These new options aim to reduce workloads and simplify deployment.
Command line tools are surprisingly more relevant for developers than you’d expect. In this article, Piotr Gaczkowski goes over why we still use command line interface tools and how they work. Also, he discusses some of the essential CLI tools you need to know as well as some that are just for fun.
As Serverless is on the rise, the art of debugging and tracing is changing, too, as well as the day to day work life of developers and admins. At the Serverless Architecture Conference 2019 in The Hague we talked to Billie Thompson, cloud-native consultant at Armakuni, about how Serverless is affecting the IT industry and how tracing is done in the times of Serverless.
In the new column “Stropek as a Service”, SaaS expert Rainer Stropek talks about exciting aspects of the implementation, monetization and use of software as a service offerings. Today’s focus is on the importance of solid financing for SaaS start-ups.
If you’ve never created a Vue.js application, Flavio Copes is going to guide you through the task of creating one and understanding how it works. The app you’re about to build is the Vue CLI default application. Happy coding!