• News

    Microsoft Ships Open Source TypeScript 3.0

    Microsoft shipped TypeScript 3.0, the latest edition of the open source programming language that provides a strict syntactical superset of JavaScript with the addition of optional static typing. 07/31/2018

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    Blockchain Again Reigns as Hottest Freelancer Skill

    Freelancing Web site Upwork said blockchain is again the hottest technology on its quarterly skills index, marking the first time a skill has ranked No. 1 twice. 07/31/2018

  • Apache NetBeans 9.0 Approaching Final Approval

    The community has finally given a thumbs up to Apache NetBeans 9.0. All that's left is the tabulation of a final vote by the project management committee (PMC), the compilation of the results of a community survey, and the final vote by the incubator managers. 07/25/2018

  • News

    Oracle Adds Nashorn Support in Java-Based GraalVM

    The GraalVM team at Oracle Labs has announced new support in the polyglot virtual machine for users of the Nashorn JavaScript engine. 07/24/2018

  • News

    Java SE Patches in Latest Oracle's CPU Mark a 12-Month Low

    This CPU includes eight new Java SE patches, which is a 75 percent drop from a 30-month high set in July 2017. 07/24/2018

  • News

    Google Launches New Continuous Delivery Platform

    On Tuesday Google announced Cloud Build, a new continuous delivery platform for building, delivering and testing cloud-based applications. 07/24/2018

  • In-Depth

    5 Inconvenient Truths About IoT

    Sometimes it's okay to poke the bear, with the metaphorical bear in this case being the Internet of Things (IoT). Industry analyst Bola Rotibi shares her take based on recent findings. 07/23/2018

  • News

    OutSystems Launches Low-Code App Intelligence Tool

    OutSystems announced it's testing a low-code app intelligence tool designed to help organizations monitor performance and other metrics for mobile and other apps and quickly implement needed updates. 07/18/2018

  • News

    AWS SageMaker Upgrades Again

    Amazon Web Services yesterday rolled out yet another new set of capabilities for its SageMaker end-to-end machine learning development and deployment service, including new streaming algorithms and batch job improvements. 07/18/2018

  • News

    Hasura GraphQL Service Targets Existing Postgres Apps

    GraphQL-as-a-Service provider Hasura unveiled its new open source GraphQL Engine, which reportedly sports the unique capability of working on existing apps based on the popular Postgres database. 07/16/2018

  • News

    Most Kotlin Devs Are Java Jocks, Survey Finds

    Pusher, a UK-based maker of communication and collaboration APIs, has released the results of a new developer survey, which found that most Kotlin developers come from a Java background and/or also work with Java. 07/11/2018

  • News

    Google Simplifies Java Containerization with New Tool

    The new tool, called Jib, is a fast and simple container image builder that consolidates all the steps involved in packaging an app into a container image, and allows developers to build containers using familiar Java tools. 07/11/2018

  • News

    IBM Doubles Down on Enterprise Java with WebSphere Liberty

    With the release last week of WebSphere Liberty 18.0.0.2, the latest version if its Java application server, IBM became the first commercial vender to provide a certified Java EE 8 runtime. 07/10/2018

  • News

    Airbnb, Udacity Abandon React Native

    Within the space of two weeks, two major enterprise dev teams announced they have abandoned React Native, the Facebook-originated technology unveiled five years ago as a new way to code native mobile apps using JavaScript. 07/10/2018

  • The Agile Architect

    Safety and The Agile Retrospective

    Safety is an important ingredient in any agile retrospective. If team members don't feel safe, they may not be candid and honest with their input, negating the effectiveness of the retro. Our Agile Architect shares some of his techniques for measuring and maintaining safety. 07/03/2018

  • News

    Android P APIs Finalized as Release Candidate Nears

    The next big Android mobile OS update is entering the home stretch, as developer APIs have been finalized and the dev team has issued an early release candidate build. 07/03/2018

  • News

    MongoDB Goes Mobile, Supports Kubernetes, Adds Serverless Platform

    MongoDB Inc. announced a host of new offerings and improvements to its commercial offerings based on the open source MongoDB project, including a mobile database, new support for Kubernetes container orchestration and a new serverless platform. 06/29/2018

  • News

    Kubernetes Update: Open Source Developers Improve Networking, Storage and More

    The open source Kubernetes container orchestration project this week shipped its second release of the year, with hundreds of community contributors improving networking, storage and more. 06/28/2018

  • Milinkovich on Eclipse's New Quarterly Release Train, the LSP and Progress on Jakarta

    "Everything is going extremely well in that we're having some tough conversations about difficult subjects, and everyone is being constructive and friendly. Things always take longer than you expect, but I'm optimistic that the process will continue and we'll get there soon." 06/27/2018

  • News

    Eclipse Photon Release Train Marks the End of an Era

    It includes support for building, debugging, running and packaging Rust applications; C# editing and debug capabilities; support for building Java 10- and Java EE 8-based applications out of the box; and some new dark theme improvements. 06/27/2018

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