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Just prior to JavaOne, TheServerSide spoke with ZeroTurnaround's Simon Maple about all of the things going on with Java SE 9 and the greater Java ecosystem. A couple of interesting articles eluted ...
Serverless services may be the big trend in IT these days, but it's still a service-full world out there, and virtually every organization is relying on third party services to keep their ...
Static factory methods are supposed to be a convenient replacement of object constructors; however, I disagree with this idea and explain why.
Are you and your company suffering from the side effects of spending too much time on debugging tasks?
Even though Java is a great language, it obviously could be better; there are a number of areas where I see room for improvement.
Eariler this year we spoke with Jim Manco of Manicode security. It was immediately prior to Oracle OpenWorld 2017, in which Manico was delivering a JavaOne session on Java SE 9 security. There are ...
In our series on cloud native computing, TheServerSide spoke with a number of experts in the field, including a number of members of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. The following is the ...
ZK Team has just announced the release of ZK 8.5. This article introduces the most popular new features such as Websocket, new themes, Fragment components and source map.
Every organization managing big data, employing IoT devices or pulling from a disparate set of information streams is looking at ways to put all of the data they have gleamed from their various ...
What’s the missing link in a complete CI/CD toolchain and how can you add it to your workflow?
Find out why Michael Nygard, author of Release:It! thinks that when it comes to effective DevOps, a focus on faster release cycles is really solving the wrong problem.
CRM software is a competitive field, so you need to know the right questions to ask before making a purchase.
The Enterprise Java Newscast, hosted by Kito D. Mann, Ian Hlavats, and Daniel Hinojosa, is a monthly podcast that covers the latest headlines in the world of enterprise software development. Due to a
Lazy loading is a popular technique in OOP, which is usually done through NULL references; Cactoos offers a better way, with the help of a few Java primitives.
The ##java channel on Freenode IRC has been collecting interesting content for years, including content from here on TSS on occasion. Now, it's being collected into a weekly podcast.