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.
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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.
Soft skills or hard skills? DevOps with more Dev or more Ops? The 2018 Workplace Learning Report from LinkedIn is out and the results raise some serious questions on the importance of technical skills and developers’ role in Learning and Development trends as well as the implications of those trends for the role of DevOps.
AI is coming. Adoption of artificial intelligence grew globally in 2017 in a variety of industries. But where is it heading? In this article, Kim Palko and Matthew Farrellee explain where they think this emerging tech is going in 2018.
After 17 months of hard work and over 6800 commits by 215 different individuals, Spring Boot 2.0 is finally here. Let’s see what’s new and noteworthy — and yes, Java 9 support is part of the deal.
It’s that time of year again — the results of the Go 2017 user survey are here. What’s so special about this year’s results? The number of people who program in Go at work has grown considerably, which might be an indication that it is no longer just a ‘free time’ programming language.
Google’s new mobile UI framework Flutter SDK is now in beta! What can we expect from it? Beautiful cross-platform app development and super-fast performance, of course.
Angular 6 (expected one month from now!) is packed with goodies such as Ivy Renderer beta, TypeScript 2.7 support, Package Format (APF) v6 and more. If you’d like to know what’s in store for Angular this year, you’re in luck — Brad Green, Angular platform engineering director at Google spilled the beans in a recent post.
Version 5.7.0 of npm caused quite a stir but the team reacted fast and released 5.7.1 less than a day later. We talked with Laurie Voss, co-founder and COO of npm about this issue and what npm is doing to make sure this doesn’t happen again. Laurie also revealed that there will be a clear indication if new versions are pre-release builds or stable releases from now on.
Get started with the latest generation of Spring Boot for the Eclipse IDE! In this article, Martin Lippert goes over how you can work on large microservice applications that are based on Spring Boot with some helpful tips and tricks. Plus, a sneak peek at what’s in store for Spring Tools 4!
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also 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 Barbie Brewer, Chief Culture Officer at GitLab.