The latest edition of ThoughtWorks’ Technology Radar has highlighted what a lot of commentators already know: Docker and Microservices are hot to trot right now. ECMAScript 6 and Swift are also seen favourably by the 20-strong team of experts behind the report.
However you look at it, language rankings are often used to make a strategic decision about what programming language to adopt for your next project. We take a look at the technology radars out there that are worth your time and understanding.
The third annual JAXconf is set to be the biggest yet, with talks from the likes of Stephen Chin, David Blevins and Carl Quinn.
Thoughtworks Software Architect Neal Ford discusses with Mirko Schrempp how developers can approach the new thinking paradigm that comes essentially with functional languages such as Clojure or Scala. Whether you like it or not, functional concepts are coming to Java, so you ought to be prepared.
Thoughtworks Principal Jez Humble offers up a bitesize view into Continuous Delivery and how businesses can use it to get valuable new software to uses as quickly as possible, whilst keeping their production environment stable. Jez discusses important CD practices and principles including value stream mapping, the deployment pipeline, acceptance test drive development, zero-downtime releases and incremental development. This video was filmed by Marakana Tech TV (marakana.com) at JAXconf in July 2012
Latest edition of ThoughtWorks radar report offers up expert opinions on readiness of emerging tech.
Sebastian Meyen talks to Thoughtworks’ Jez Humble, covering just a snippet of the concepts behind the Continuous Delivery approach
A round-up of the first day of QCon London – loads of Java with a bit of Cloud thrown in
Much FUD has been spread by traditional infrastructure vendors regarding the ‘public’ nature of many IAAS providers. The reality is that the world does not fit cleanly into these two descriptions. When understanding what offering is right, there are significantly more important distinctions to draw than terms used by marketing departments.
ThoughtWorks Studios have announced Go 2.3 and Twist 2.3.
Ian Robinson will hold a ‘ When Atom Met the Event-Driven Architecture session, ahead of JAX London.
PLUS, Spring Mobile 1.0.0 M3 and SpringGemFire 1.0 Goes GA.
PLUS, is the Novell acquisition endangering open source?
ThoughtWorks Studios have released version 2.0 of its collaborative functional testing platform, Twist. Twist provides a framework for test automation […]