JDK 12 entered Rampdown Phase One which basically means that the lineup is set – JDK 12 is locked in with 8 features (and one still under review). JDK 12 is on track for a general release in March.
We are here with another interesting report, this time investigating the younger generations of developers. The 2018 HackerRank Student Developer Report is here and it brings some useful insight into the student developer community.
There are hundreds of programming languages out there. Some new, some well-established, some built for reliability others for fun. But which are the hardest to learn and why? In this article, we take a look at the poll results for some of the, arguably, most difficult programming languages, as our readers ranked them.
The tech world is moving fast and we’re in for the ride! The JDK 12 development repositories are open and we thought it’s time to start a new thread in order to keep track of everything that’s going live. Normally, when we update this thread we welcome new JEPs targeted to JDK 12 or present newly proposed ones. This time around we need to talk about letting a JEP go.
Everest, formerly known as RESTaurant, is an upcoming REST API testing client written in JavaFX that promises to be light on resources, highly responsive and, of course, inherently cross-platform. Let’s have a closer look at what it has to offer.
Project Lombok promises to make your life with Java classes a piece of cake. Get rid of all that getter and setter methods, hashcode, and equals methods with this new open source library.
The fifth annual DevOps and Jenkins Community Survey is here and it brings some very interesting insights into the usage of technology environments, adoption of practices and DevOps maturity levels within organizations. Let’s take a closer look at the most interesting highlights.
Last month, we introduced Espresso, a core web abstraction for Java that aspires to become the soul of modern Java web application! Today, we invited its creator, Ning Sun to give us some insight into the tool and its functions.
Are you keeping an eye on all the happenings in Las Vegas at AWS re:Invent? Here’s another great one for all Java developers out there: you can now use your own Java code to create powerful real-time applications that process streaming data, courtesy of Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics.
Java programmers: don’t let the dreaded StackOverFlowError throw you off course. In this article, Ram Lakshmanan explores this common error, what causes it, and how to prevent it from being thrown. Let’s find out its inner mechanics.
The news that tech giant IBM is acquiring Red Hat made waves throughout the industry. We talked to Murray Rode, Chief Executive Officer of TIBCO about the impact of the acquisition on the open source ecosystem, the multi-cloud trend and more. Since both IBM and Red Hat are deeply involved in the Java ecosystem, we also discussed what the Java market has to lose if things go south.
Things have been evolving pretty rapidly in the Java ecosystem, however, there is a part of this ecosystem that is still lagging behind: web Java. Today, we have a look at a new Java tool that aspires to become the soul of modern Java web application! Meet Espresso, a core web abstraction for Java.
As more organizations look to adopt blockchain principles, is there a way they can do so by leveraging tech skills they already have? Blockchain Technology Conference speaker Ivaylo Kirilov explains how developers can utilize Ethereum with Java with web3j.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we had big news for OpenJDK coming for the side of Amazon with the announcement of Corretto, the latest edition of ThoughtWorks’ Technology Radar was released and more!