As the developer community prepares for a major European conference event, programmers from all over the UK are signing up for a free community night and panel discussion on business and technology.
Lukas Eder likes SQL a lot, so he’s here to show you the true meaning of Venn diagrams by describing its operations – UNION, EXCEPT and INTERSECT all play a starring role. You’ll even get a sneak peak of some of the points he’ll cover in his upcoming JAX London session.
JAX London keynote speaker Jeff Sussna shares his progressive ideas regarding continuous delivery and system change with his proposal on pervasive refactoring. For Sussna, it will contribute to less overall failure, less cost and more robust systems.
We’ve previously written about the diversity issues that the IT industry faces and felt it was time to turn the attention to our own actions in this regard. Here we share how we’re hoping to get more women involved in current and future JAX conferences. Can you help?
Which Java programmers have the most influence on Twitter? The JAX team has trawled thousands of tech accounts to find 25 Twitter profiles that belong in every Java developer’s Twitter stream.
Lukas Eder is excited about functional programming in Java 8, which he believes is becoming much like the expressive power of SQL-style declarative programming. Here he looks at the imperative and functional approaches available in Java 8.
Using functional programming to generate an alphabetic sequence in Java 8 is a challenge. A challenge gladly accepted by Lukas Eder, who teaches us the ABCs of ordering with Java 8 – and not the lame way, duh.
After 20 years of programming, it’s time for the Java community to tell its stories. We’ve asked Java veterans Heinz Kabutz, Heiko Seeberger, Eberhard Wolff and JAX London speaker Angelika Langer to share their best and worst Java memories with us.
Somehow, the buzz surrounding microservices has us believing that every single employee and enterprise must break up their monolith empires and follow the microservices trend. But it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, says JAX London speaker Holly Cummins.
Thinking of code as a beautiful work of art is a mistake. But at the same time we need to start seeing coding as a genuine skill that deserves professional recognition, says leading Software Craftsmanship advocate and JAX London speaker Sandro Mancuso.
With visitors demanding immediate response times, the fate of a website and the performance of APIs are becoming increasingly intertwined.
Is it quality you’re looking to improve? Or performance? Before you decide on what kind of a benchmark your system needs, you need to know the spectrum of cost and benefit tradeoffs.
For all the great strides that IT is taking to bring us to better futures faster, it turns out that everything we need to know about high-performance system architecture can be learned from the history of urban Paris.
This is the final week for any IT masterminds still hoping to book their JAX London ticket with an Early Bird discount. With several prominent programmers announcing new workshops and sessions, there’s never been a better time to grab a ticket!