Yes, the gender gap is still an issue but there are solutions
We're halfway through 2016 and gender gap in the tech field remains to be an issue. But how much has improved? Realistically, we're a long way from achieving equality but that doesn't mean solutions do not exist.
Java vs .NET vs Python vs Ruby vs Node.JS: Who Reigns the Job Market?
We crunched 351,799 job openings – Here are the languages you need to master to get them
Devs are from Venus, Ops are from Mars, Containers: Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) – Part II
This article reviews the foundational AWS technologies that you need to be familiar with to effectively manage and understand ECS.
Introduction to Apache Flink - 4G of Big Data
In this tutorial we will discuss about the introduction to Apache Flink, What is Flink, Why and where to use Flink. This Flink tutorial will answer the question why Apache Flink is called 4G of Big Data? The tutorial also briefs about Flink APIs and features.
The Hitchhikers Guide to GitHub: 13 Java Projects You Should Try
We’ve gathered some practical and simply cool Java repositories on GitHub
Forget Guava: 5 Google Libraries Java Developers Should Know
What are some of the most useful yet unknown Google Java libraries?
Singletons Must Die
A singleton is a well-known anti-pattern; however, it's often not clear what could be used instead, to access global things.
5 Common Hibernate Exceptions and How to Fix Them
See how you can easily solve the most common issues with Hibernate
Nagios Tutorial for IT Monitoring
In this ebook, we provide a compilation of Nagios tutorials that will help you set up your own monitoring infrastructure. We cover a wide range of topics, from installation and configuration, to plugins and NRPE. With our straightforward tutorials, you will be able to get your own projects up and running in minimum time.
Ignore Checked Exceptions, All the Cool Devs Are Doing It - Based on 600,000 Java Projects
An overview of exception handling in over 600,000 Java projects on Github and Sourceforge
Java 8 StringJoiner – Old Wine With New Bottle
Ultimately Java 8 shipped with StringJoiner class under java.util package. I don’t think it is very different implementation to join the strings compared to our old school approach by using StringBuffer/StringBuilder. We will see the usage of the StringJoiner and the internal implementation of it.
Don't Use Java Assertions
Assertions are an outdated and flawed feature in Java (and some other languages) that I would not recommend you use.
Future-proofing your applications: Fix it now, not later
In the race with time-to-market pressures, developers are in a rush to put their product out there. But according to Theresa Lanowitz, founder of Voke, there's this "fix it later" mentality when we should really be fixing it now, or in her words, future-proofing our applications.
Call for respondents: Cloud, Containers, Microservices and the Influence of Development Teams on Architecture
Requesting JVM professionals to complete this 10-min Lightbend survey––each completion donates to charity!
The Truth Behind the Big Exceptions Lie
Exceptions are probably the most misused Java language feature. Here’s why
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