We continue our talk to Eric Horesnyi, a High Frequency Trading infrastructure expert and JAX Finance speaker about the FinTech movement and the way it is shaping traditional banks’ approach, but also about the importance of User Experience and how banks can put this trend to good use. In the remaining parts of the interview, Eric will share insight into the growing role of technology in the financial sector and explain the role and value of ‘ robo-advisors’.
Sneak peek into the future of banking from the founding member of two high-profile companies: Part 1
We talk to Eric Horesnyi, a High Frequency Trading infrastructure expert and JAX Finance speaker about the Fintech movement and the way it is shaping traditional banks’ approach. In the coming parts of the interview, Eric will share insights into unicorns’ obsession for UX, the crowdfunding movement and its growing momentum and countless other exciting, groundbreaking concepts.
Google has announced its intention to use OpenJDK instead of the Apache Harmony implementation of Java Libraries in future Android versions. This came as a surprise to many developers and brought up lots of questions. We talked to Android expert Christian Meder about the consequences of Google’s decision for deveoplers.
Red Hat CTO and OpenStack board member Brian Stevens talks to us about Folsom, creating a Foundation and not excluding VMWare.
We speak to Jason Huggins, father of the Selenium project (and Angry Birds-playing robots) as his company unveils a new suite of cloud-based testing tools for mobile web apps.
Part Two of our chat with Azul Systems CTO Gil Tene, this time discussing all things JDK and Project Jigsaw
We chat to Azul Systems CTO Gil Tene about a Java topic all developer want to understand further – garbage collection
JAX-Chairman Sebastian Meyen comments on the status of this years JavaOne and talks about the changes the conference has undergone since Oracle´s acquisition of Sun.
Programming has a vast body of publicly available code in which we can see how others have tackled similar or different tasks.
We speak to IntelliJ IDEA senior software developer, Anna Kozlova, about implementing the new Java 7 language features in IntelliJ IDEA 10.5.
It makes development faster, more iterative, and provides much quicker feedback to developers – typically saving ~1 hour per day.
Oozie is built on Hadoop to solve most common requirements on handling job dependency, data dependency, and time dependency.
Existing JBoss AS users can benefit from OSGi support in AS7 in that they can integrate OSGi into their Java EE systems.
There are a large number of Neo4j core optimizations planned.