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Low code platform passes the test

Eclipse OSBP passes newbie test

The no-code/low-code platform Eclipse OSBP facilitates application development. It makes life easier for experienced developers. But what about newbies? How much prior experience does it take to make use of the platform? Read about the test here.

Ready, set, learn

How you could learn Java on your own and where to start

Learning Java on your own doesn’t have to be difficult; there are plenty of resources for independent study and practice. No matter your age or experience level, you will find plenty of websites that will give you hands-on experience and teach you how to program in Java. Find out how to take those first steps into becoming a programmer.

Watch Liz Keogh's JAX London 2018 keynote

Leadership at every level

What does it mean to be a leader? In this talk, find out about the importance of safety, how to create it both technically and socially, and become an agent of change… without changing your job!

Profile: Netta Doron, senior developer at Wix.com

Women in tech: Drawn to technology like a moth to a flame

Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? 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 Netta Doron, senior developer at Wix.com.

Profile: Swarali Karkhani, software engineer intern at Exoscale

“I think women in tech should try to step out of their comfort zone more, speak up more without having imposter syndrome.”

Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? 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 Swarali Karkhani, a software engineer intern at Exoscale.

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It can only get better: How not to turn restructuring into a panic attack

Once in a while companies are being restructured, processes made more efficient, organizations redefined, and departments merged or, in a worst-case scenario, made completely redundant. Whenever management announces changes, the disastrous sword of Damocles looms over each department along with question “Who will get hit and how?”