In this article, Judy Alex, senior creative writer at Ingic.ae, identifies the top 15 useful code snippets for Java developers.
The microservice architecture has become the defacto best style for implementing web-based applications. However, with the “great power” provided by microservices comes great responsibilities and challenges. In this article, Daniel Bryant, Chief Scientist at OpenCredo and JAX DevOps speaker talks about the challenges of testing Java-based microservices.
It just won’t go away. The legal battle between Google and Oracle has entered its seventh year after the latter decided to file an appeal which aims to overbalance the decision that Google’s use of its Java software was “fair use.”
Surprise, surprise! There’s a new Java framework which promises to allow developers to easily develop microservices in Java.
Randstad US collected data from their expert recruiters and ranked the most promising IT jobs in 2017. The company came up with a list of roles in high demand this year.
Oracle announced in a post published last year that they plan to deprecate the Java browser plugin in JDK 9. Since JDK 9 should be coming in July, it’s imperative that developers find an alternative.
After nearly one year of hard work, JHipster is ready for a new major release. 4.0 supports both AngularJS 1 and Angular 2.x and has successfully migrated to Yarn. But that’s not all — let’s see what else is new.
Simon Ritter, Deputy CTO at Azul Systems and alternate representative on the JCP EC wrote in a blog post after JCP executive committee’s first face-to-face meeting that “the JCP will require some substantial changes to the processes it uses” to ensure that an agile Java standard is possible.
In this video, Ondrej Mihalyi explores what has happened in the world of enterprise Java recently, including the progress of the Java EE 8 specifications and the features already provided by some interesting open-source projects. He also zooms in on the MicroProfile.io initiative and how its future direction can be formed with your contribution.
The dominance (not to mention popularity) of Java has remained uncontested for years. Java continues to top almost all the lists of programming languages in respect of popularity, career scope, and industry preference. Java is great because of its versatility, strength and capacity to handle complex tasks. But is there anything better than Java? Can there really be one?
2017 is finally here, so it’s time to see which technology trends might become important this year. We asked six people to talk about the features they would you like to see in Java 10.
Eclipse January is a set of common data structures in Java, including a powerful library for handling numerical data. As the volumes and complexity of data dramatically increases —the so-called ‘Big Data’— Eclipse January provides a numerical library that simplifies the handling and manipulation of data in the form of multi-dimensional arrays.
In this article, Java champion Lukas Eder weighs in on the Java ecosystem’s obsession with NonNull annotations and explains why using type annotations is a very strategic decision.
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.