In this article, Jay Jay Billings, member of the Computer Science Research Group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, explains how to do modeling and simulation with Eclipse Integrated Computational Environment & Eclipse Advanced Visualization Platform (EAVP).
Blockchain adoption is gaining momentum not only in banking but also in the enterprise. The first sign that 2016 was going to be a good year for blockchain was the amount of money invested into blockchain companies: almost $300 million in the first half of 2016. The second sign was that blockchain consortia began to spring up like mushrooms after the rain. But will it be smooth sailing from here on?
Netflix Hollow is a Java library and comprehensive toolset for harnessing small to moderately sized in-memory datasets which are disseminated from a single producer to many consumers for read-only access. It is built with servers busily serving requests at or near maximum capacity in mind and its aim is to address the scaling challenges of in-memory datasets. Let’s see the advantages that come from using Netflix Hollow.
In this article, Erwin De Ley, co-founder of iSencia Belgium and lead developer of Passerelle, and Christopher Brooks, Ptolemy Software Janitor at the University of California, Berkeley, showcase an open platform for scientific workflows called Eclipse Triquetrum.
The Register is painting a bleak picture of Java clients’ financial future — it appears that Oracle has decided to approach both clients and partners who are out of compliance on Java.
It’s been three years since JetBrains decided to contribute to go-lang-idea-plugin. Now, the company is announcing a new addition to the IntelliJ family: Gogland, a brand new Go IDE.
Mike Milinkovich, the Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation, announced that Eclipse MicroProfile project has joined the Eclipse Foundation under the Apache License v2.0 (ALv2). The only matter that needs to be resolved now is the dual-license of the project ALv2+EPL.
Life is beautiful when tech giants like AWS, IBM, Google, Microsoft and Alibaba promise to maintain and contribute to the development of containerd, a core container runtime. To avoid association with Docker, it is available as a standalone GitHub project.
The Angular team is proving that one should not worry about version numbers; instead, we should treat everything under the Angular umbrella as.. well, Angular. Although we were expecting to see Angular 3 in March 2017, turns out that number 4 is coming instead. The next months will be dedicated to wrapping up Angular 4.
IBM is actively trying to lure developers into the blockchain world. The giant believes that blockchain “has the potential to transform the way industries conduct business transactions” but that can only happen if industry players work together and allow businesses to benefit from the network effect of this technology.
In this article, Lucas Dohmen, a consultant at InnoQ, is weighing in on the differences between functional programming and object-oriented programming. He concludes that instead of wondering whether FP is better than OO, people should ask themselves the following question: What concepts and ideas help me to write better code?
Netflix has open sourced its “orchestration engine” Conductor, which helped orchestrate over 2.6 million process flows ranging from simple linear workflows to very complex dynamic workflows which run over multiple days. Let’s see what is under its hood.
It’s been a month since Slack took out a full-page ad in the New York Times to welcome Microsoft to the revolution. Now the team collaboration tool has found its first A-team member: Google. The two have formed a partnership with the aim to bring native Google Drive support to Slack.