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Weekly round-up: JAX DevOps 2019, Angular v8 rc4, Jakarta EE Developer Survey & more

JAX Editorial Team
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Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we had a great time at JAX DevOps 2019 and we bring you the key takeaways! What’s more, we saw some news coming our way from Angular as well as JDK 13.

JAX DevOps 2019 takeaways

Last week we had a blast at JAX DevOps 2019 in London! But don’t feel sad if you couldn’t make it.

We have some key takeaways from the conference and we’re sharing our notes with our readers. We learned about making Kubernetes clusters safer for DevOps, the infrastructure world, security sins to avoid, and much more. See what went down at JAX DevOps 2019 here.

Cthulhu: New open source chaos engineering tool for Java

Meet the newly opened sourced chaos engineering tool: Cthulhu. It helps automate cross-platform software failure testing by simulating different scenarios. The digital service team xMatters open sourced this tool on May 14, 2019. It is now available on GitHub under the Apache License for DevOps team to implement into their workflow.

Learn more about this tool here.

First look at JDK 13

New candidate JEPs keep coming! This time around, we take a look Text Blocks (Preview) that was submitted as a candidate as well as JEP 353 which is now proposed to target JDK 13.

Check out our thread here.

On the road to Angular v8

The next release candidate (8.0.00-rc4) for Angular v8 is out and that can only mean one thing – the final release may be around the corner! This release only brings a number of bug fixes and a new feature for Bazel.

You can have a look at our thread and the latest updates here.

2019 Jakarta EE Developer Survey results are out

The 2019 Jakarta EE Developer Survey is out and loud and brings crucial insights by around 1,800 respondents into the future of Jakarta EE. With a quick first look, one thing becomes evident – cloud native is the number one priority for the developer community.

You can have a look at the most interesting highlights here.

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