Learning the syntax of a new language is easy, but learning to think under a different paradigm is hard.
Bitcoin has generated a lot of both negative and positive buzz, but it’s important to differentiate between the different aspects of cryptocurrency: the algorithm, the commodity, and the implications.
At the opening to the annual JAX conference in Mainz, Germany, developers were reminded of how little they know, and the one fact that they need to remember.
The JAX Finance 2015 call for papers ends this week. If you want to share your expertise in programming for financial enterprises, now’s your chance!
Tim Fox of Red Hat explains the basics of Vert.x and how it will help bring us into a reactive future.
The JAX London takes place next week, October 13th-15th – here are five reasons any developer in their right mind won’t want to miss it.
A roundup of the action at JAX 2014, which took place in Mainz, Germany last week, with over 200 speakers and 2000 attendees enjoying a full week of Java, IoT, JVM, Eclipse, and methodology based talks.
Diana Kupfer talks to Benjamin Cabé, Open Source M2M evangelist at Sierra Wireless, about the Internet of Things, the Eclipse M2M projects Koneki and Mihini, and the future of Java in the Embedded market. Recorded at JAX in Mainz.
In this presentation from JAXConf2012, Adobe solution consultant Elishia Dvorak reviews the WebSocket protocol in a nutshell, the basics of message publishing, advanced WebSocket, and discusses Adobe ColdFusion support for HTML5 applications. Filming courtesy of Marakana Tech TV
First misunderstanding, then huge semipopularity, and now, respect. Despite its many obvious deficiencies, Java’s stupid little brother has gotten something profoundly right. What does the future hold for this duckling?
Anna Kent talks to Headway Software co-founder Chris Chedgey, moments after the company scooped the JAX Innovation Award for Most Innovative Technology for Restructure101 – the superb management tool that refactors your architecture.
Jenkins (formerly known as Hudson) is a continuous integration server that facilitates the automation in software development. In this talk, Hudson/Jenkins founder Kohsuke Kawaguchi discusses what’s new in the project, as well as various techniques to get more out of your Jenkins server, such as distributed build techniques, some key plugins, and larger scale choreography that spans across many jobs for sophisticated automation.
The development tools company are looking for YOUR views on developer habits and productivity in a new survey.