“With the 6-month release cycle, the overall rate of change is higher than ever before”, says Simon Ritter in an interview with JAXenter. The deputy CTO of Azul Systems looks at the recently developed features and explains which direction Java is currently developing.
What did we learn at JAX London 2019? The answer is obviously different for each visitor, as many paths lead through the JAX programme. We summarised some of OUR personal highlights from the big Java conference – of course without claiming to be complete.
JAX London 2019 has started! With a look at the current Java ecosystem, program chair Sebastian Meyen opened the conference for Java & Software Innovation. In the following keynote, Marc Burgauer stressed the importance of building a culture of trust in software development teams.
Have you ever wondered who you really are as a developer? Perhaps you always suspected where your one special talent lies! Well now you don’t have to wonder, take the JAX Quiz and you’ll know!
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We’ve prepared a double dose of goodness for you with this special double issue! We’ve dedicated one half to talking about the IoT universe’s growth and dominance, and the other half to JAX London, bringing together features from experts innovating in the fields of Java, microservices, continuous delivery and DevOps.
Developers take advantage of the JVM argument -XX:+UseGCLogFileRotation to rotate GC log files. However, this approach has a few challenges. In this article, JAX London speaker Ram Lakshmanan has some recommendations on how to deal with those issues.
We’re moving faster than we ever had before so we need to embrace the fact that we’re drifting towards a cloud native era. We caught up with Jessica Deen, Cloud Developer Advocate for Microsoft at JAX London 2018 to discuss how cloud native is shaking up the traditional workflow, the tooling, serverless and more.
There are a bunch of misunderstandings in testing, starting with the fact that we never fully understand why we should test code and what is the idea of testing. Software testing is not only necessary; it is one of the foundations of this industry. We caught up with lx-chel Ruiz at JAX London 2018 to debunk some of the testing myths and to talk about the many tools that exist and when they should be used.
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“We want the [Hyperledger] technologies to be easier to install, easier to use, easier to climb the learning curve with.” JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc caught up with Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of Hyperledger at JAX London 2017 to talk about frameworks like Hyperledger Fabric and Indy, what’s next for this open source collaborative effort, how to make blockchain more digestible and more.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are all the rage right now. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc caught up with Sumanas Sarma and Rob Hinds at JAX London 2017 to talk about engineering best practices that can be applied to ML, their favorite programming languages and libraries for machine learning, and when it’s wise to jump on the ML bandwagon.