Got something to say about Java, DevOps, microservices or emerging technologies? JAX London is looking for papers and presenters for the 2017 conference in October and we want you to be there!
If there’s one thing that attendees can take away from the opening keynote at JAX London 2016, it’s the growing importance of Java. James Governor, co-founder of RedMonk, the only developer-focused industry analyst firm, took the stage to show how web companies turn into Java shops as they mature. Here are the top five things we learned from him.
Bruno Sá, Solutions Architect at SoundCloud, sits down with JAXenter.com to discuss SoundCloud’s architecture and coping with massive volumes of data. (rather appropriately, audio only)
From JAX London 2013 – Arun Gupta (formerly of Oracle) discusses his new job and the launch of Java EE 7.
We’re hunting for some Java-focused startups to feature on the site and at conference level. Can you help?
In this session from JAX London 2012, Patrick Debois gives a brief explanation of the concept of infrastructure as code promised by configuration management systems like CFEngine, Puppet and Chef.
IBM’s Steve Poole talks at JAX London 2012 on why the right mix of business and open source participation in the development of Java benefits everyone.
In case youre getting nostalgic already for JAX London 2012, weve got a host of recorded sessions and interviews on the way.
A collection of JAXenter’s favourite tweets from JAX London 2012.
Cloud VM developers take to JAX London stage to announce opening of new offices and acquisition of new staff.
In the opening keynote of this weeks JAX London, Java Language Architect Brian Goetz outlined the hows and whys of Java 8s headline feature.
We interrupt your regular JAXenter programming to bring you this special bulletin on our upcoming European conference.
John Stevenson reflects on the year that was for the Java community – focusing on the rise of certain languages, the best events and conferences of the year and his own personal highlights.