An overview of everything you need to know before diving deep into developing Java
Heap dump is a snapshot of the Java memory. It contains information about the Java objects and classes in the heap at the moment the snapshot is triggered. It’s vital artifact to diagnose any Java mem
From cloud based microservices to multi-modal NoSQL, there was plenty to learn, propose, and discuss at JavaOne 2016
Be it AWS or Azure, cloud providers on both ends are making it easy to take Docker and Kubernetes architectures to the cloud.
JDK 9 release date is postponed to July 2017
As every JavaOne conference makes clear, Java is going to be around long after the current crop of attendees has been rendered obsolete.
Today, most organizations find it challenging to innovate quickly enough to satisfy all of their consumers. DevOps is a set of principles that tries to solve this problem with the ultimate goal of ach
Being heavily vested in Java technology, it's always interesting to see what Big Blue is doing to move the Java platform forward.
Many companies are simply outsourcing their mobile development needs because they don’t have the staff expertise in-house to handle native iOS or Android programming. But is this a sustainable approac
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From device spoofing to malware, information disclosure, and DOS attacks, there are many ways a compromised device can become a threat. Here are ways to keep your devices safe.
For consumers and creators of middleware, microservices, and APIs, the future is bound to be complex. But it will be full of examples of big business taking risks to get it right.
At JavaOne 2016, CERN software engineer Ben Wolff discussed the important role Java plays in the world of advanced physics.
JavaOne 2016 keynotes pulled from a variety of topics from health research to Mars exploration. Here's what those keynotes taught us.
Hardware manufacturer Intel has always had an affection for Java based software. At JavaOne 2016, Michael Greene revealed the depths of their commitment.