The general release for TypeScript version 3.6 is here! This update includes some new features, breaking changes, and a well-needed refresh for the TypeScript playground. Check out the new features, including stricter generators, more accurate array spreads, better Unicode support for identifiers, improved UX for Promises, and more.
Migrating to the cloud isn’t the easiest task however, you can limit its complexity. Smooth out the plan for migrating big data to the cloud with a step by step plan. Learn the correct questions to ask yourself before migrating big data workloads to Azure HDInsights in order to ensure a perfect, error-free migration.
Java Platform Team software engineer Man Cao has published a new JEP draft proposing to improve the performance of the G1 garbage collector when concurrent refinement is disabled. He proposes to do this by introducing a simplified post-write barrier. Let’s take a closer look at what could be the future of Java.
When it comes to traditional databases, the blockchain supports a completely different paradigm. For the first time in computing history, we have a datastore in which we can have absolute certainty about a data item’s creation date and can be absolutely certain that the item has not been modified. How can we integrate the power of blockchain into databases?
The Accelerate State of DevOps Report from DevOps Research & Assessment (DORA) takes the pulse of the DevOps ecosystem for the sixth year in a row. Their findings include important tips on what separates elite performers from the rest, and what strategies to implement for higher productivity, more code deployments, and better disaster recovery.
A new Java enhancement proposal, JEP 360, has graduated from being a simple draft. It proposes to bring sealed types to Java, allowing developers to impose restrictions on which other classes or interfaces may extend or implement them. Sealed types could work in tandem with records, which is the business of its older sibling, JEP 359. Let’s take a closer look at the future of Java.
A new Java enhancement proposal, JEP 359, has graduated from being a simple draft. It proposes to bring records to Java, a new kind of type declaration. Records could work in tandem with sealed types, which is the business of its younger sibling, JEP 360. Let’s take a closer look at the future of Java.
Security is no joke, especially as more and more companies are moving to cloud-based container setups. The stakes are high, and the price of a security breach can be catastrophic. CEO of NeuVector Fei Huang shares his thoughts about why DevSecOps matters and how to shift left and right to ensure security is considered all through the lifecycle, not just at deployment.
Traditional banking is often held back by outdated technology and a lack of innovation. However, digital banks are on the rise in the UK, Germany, and parts of Europe. How do digital banks differ from traditional solutions, and why should developers be taking note of this up and coming financial institution?
Two years ago, we 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 Dagmar Schuller, Co-Founder and CEO of audEERING.
Eric Reiss started working with user experience (UX) long before the term was even known. Over the past 40 years, he has encountered many issues that have disturbed him – from creating purposely addictive programs, sites, and apps, to the current zeitgeist for various design trends at the expense of basic usability.
The Internet of Things is affecting a variety of industries across the world in a number of creative ways. Now that it isn’t just computers connected to the Internet, a world of opportunity has opened up, ranging from agricultural usage, energy industries, and financial planning.
It’s been a pretty quiet period for stagemonitor, the application performance monitoring (APM) tool for Java servlet applications. However, version 0.89 has just been released – an update with some dependency upgrades as well as new features. Let’s take a closer look.