Having problems with connecting, commanding, or controlling IoT devices in the cloud? Eclipse Hono has got you covered. In this article, Paolo Patierno explains how to use Hono for connecting any kind of IoT devices with other services.
We’re sailing along in the Pirates of the JVM series with fair winds and a following sea. Today’s stop in the Functional Ocean: Lux! We talked with the creator of the Lux programming language, Eduardo Julian, about its advantages and disadvantages, its core principles, and more.
Spring has arrived and April has passed like rain in the mountain. What were we reading this month? Well, readers were really interested in the all new Angular 4, how to write a Java EE application with Spring Boot, and more!
BUX is creating a whole new stock market trading experience by combining concepts from gaming, mobile messaging and trading. We do this with a very small team consisting of 3 mobile and 3 backend developers. In this presentation, Joost van de Wijgerd will talk about the Reactive Architecture that BUX has built for their backend services.
The latest study on workplace culture in tech shows that a toxic work environment contributes to tech’s overall diversity problems and costs the industry more than $16 billion each year. Quelle surprise.
We’re checking in again with Steve Naidamast and his exhaustive history of the tech industry. In part one, he went over the historical background of women in tech. Today, we’re exploring more recent history all the way up to today, including important lessons all of us should learn.
Peter Lie spills the beans about the principle of antifragility and how to use disorders as an advantage. He also recommends disassembling hidden agendas which will otherwise block the two big values in DevOps: openness and transparency.
Women used to make up nearly 40% of computer science majors. Now, that number hovers under 20% despite numerous diversity initiatives. Where have all the female coders gone? The answer might surprise you.
The Internet of Things is no longer science fiction – it’s how we live. Companies that adapt fast and capitalize on the growing amount of data and information made available through IoT will thrive. In this article, Rick Delgado explains how you can leverage IoT for better business results.
Finance isn’t just about developing technology with a few rules and regulations, it’s about the complex interactions between people and systems and the events that have helped shape the global economy over the past decade. It’s also a domain of contradictions. In this talk, Dr. Jamie Allsop will look at the problem of finance, where we are today, how we got here and how we might make sense of it all.
Blockchain comes in handy if you don’t want to put your trust in a specific third party. It is great if you want the transactions made in the system to be unchangeable but it also adds inefficiency compared to regular databases. It can be slow, cumbersome and it has scaling problems. Blockchain is not perfect.
The Internet of Things offers a beautiful, interconnected vision of the future. However, secure code has to underpin all things IoT because just one chink in the armor leaves us all vulnerable.
Is it possible to build a better system that doesn’t just survive shocks but actually thrives because of them? Nassim Taleb thinks so. Today, we’re talking about antifragility and what that means for DevOps.