Looking for a language suitable for solving complex software programming problems? Avail boasts a statically typed programming language meant to elucidate difficult problems in clear expressions.
It’s been a while since we last checked in on Apache Wicket, but news this week shows Wicket 8 is finally here. What’s new about this serverside Java framework? Java 8 support, Lambdas, and more!
At the beginning of each week, we take a step back and take a look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. It has been another busy week in the tech world with the list for JEPs targeted to JDK 11 getting longer, the release of IntelliJ IDEA 2018.2 EAP, the JAXenter survey on frameworks results coming out and much more.
If Java is unfamiliar territory for you or you are migrating from another language to Java, this article should help you understand what you need and what you don’t.
May is shaping up to be a busy month for JDK 11 now that three more JEPs are targeted to the next Java version. In this article, we’re going to have a look at each new JEP and make a quick summary of what’s targeted to JDK 11 so far.
It’s been almost a year since Oracle proposed to increase the release cadence of Java SE to every six months but there are still a lot of unanswered questions. This FAQ should clear (some) things up.
Get your bags packed, it’s time to migrate your machine learning models from TensorFlow into Deeplearning4j. This trip is a lot easier than you’d think, but there are still some pitfalls for the unwary.
Spring is definitely here. The birds are singing, the flowers blooming, and the Java world is all aflutter with the new Java 10. We’ve got the top stories of April: Java 10, NetBeans, machine learning and more!
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 a lot of important and interesting news going on in the technology world; Node.js 10 was released, we welcomed a new index to the family, we had a fun review of 5 things we can hate about Go and the list goes on.
The UK’s first gamified Java challenge is here. Think you’re up for the task? Compete against other Java experts from the UK and answer tough trivia questions. Infomentum’s online Java challenge is open for registration and the competition is heating up.
Java 10 was released less than a month ago but thanks to the new six-month cadence, all we can think of right now is Java 11. Speaking of the next Java version, Public Review Specification is out — you’ve got until May 7 to download it.
The results of the Jakarta EE community survey revealed that cloud-native development is a top requirement in the platform’s evolution, alongside the need for a faster pace of innovation on the Jakarta EE platform. Users’ wish has been granted! The Eclipse Foundation unveiled the new open source governance model and a “cloud-native Java” path for Jakarta EE.
The 2018 IoT Developer Survey is out and offers interesting insights into the future of IoT solutions and trends. Here we compare the 2017 and 2018 survey results and analyze any significant changes, including the most suitable programming languages and new technologies (*cough* blockchain *cough*).
Public updates for Java 8 will remain available for individual, personal use through at least the end of 2020 but business users won’t be that lucky — the ‘public updates’ tap will be turned off in January 2019. This post also contains a poll — we would appreciate if you could take a few seconds and fill it out.