In this article Henn Idan digs into the buzz around Java through analyzing the current job market, focusing on server side languages. Who knows, it might even help you find your next position.
As the go-between for Java byte code and a hardware platform, a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) is a critical link in computer processing. But despite its name, JVM is not just for Java.
Microsoft and Red Hat have joined forces in the world of hybrid cloud computing, announcing greater flexibility for deploying Red Hat solutions on Microsoft Azure. The deal also shines a light on .NET Core technology, sharing even more of the open source love.
If you’re developing with Microsoft’s WPF, then you’re likely aware of Xceed and the confusing “BusyIndicator” control – but have you managed to find a tutorial explaining its implementation? Try this one on for size from regular blogger Steve Naidamast.
Blogger and software engineer Steve Naidamast knows his way around databases, so its no surprise that he’s chosen to share his knowledge on the best embedded RDBMS databases for .NET Framework developers.
Licensing decisions for .NET software developers can be hard, but they don’t have to be. Steve Naidamast has the rundown on what you need to consider and the difference between encrypted and authenticated .NET licensing.
Microsoft’s new and improved Visual Studio 2015 has landed, with arms open wide for development that targets all popular platforms. Microsoft wants their offering to be known as a cross-platform toolset and have the features to show for it.
CoreCLR is now Open Source. The .NET execution engine sources are now available to check, fork, clone and build, with cross-platform components expected in the coming months.
Many people have tried to bring LINQ to Java. But can’t the Java community get along just fine without it?
Despite their strong .NET heritage, the Albany startup have changed their single language approach, finding Java unavoidable in the enterprise
Once one jumps, they all do – AppFog are the latest PaaS company to go GA, but how can they possibly separate themselves from the pack?
Java jobs remain the toughest position for hiring managers and recruiters to fill according to job search engine Dice. Does this mean that they are too demanding, or the candidates arent up to scratch?
The real-time Big Data platform gets a major release, just as enterprises really get their interest piqued by the field.
The repository manager gets some extra tools at its disposal – including repository health checks.