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Netflix content engineers pick GraphQL over REST, Falcor

By Darryl K. Taft 26 Jun 2019

When the Netflix content engineering team chose a data query language for a new system to pull data from a variety of back-end services, they passed over REST to go with GraphQL. Read More

This history of GitHub and Java's role in it

By Cameron McKenzie 30 Oct 2018

Ruby played a big role in the history of GitHub, but Java now plays a bigger part. At Oracle Code One, GitHub engineering manager Rafer Hazen provided plenty of reasons why. Read More

What does it mean to be an enterprise API management architect?

By Stephen J. Bigelow 30 Apr 2019

APIs can't be taken lightly, and that means the API architect's job is essential. Learn about essential API architect responsibilities and how organizations can make the most of APIs. Read More

Assess the pros and cons of leading PaaS tools

By Zachary Flower 09 Jul 2018

Unsure which PaaS provider will best meet your development needs? Dive in to this roundup of common vendor options and the features they offer to simplify that decision. Read More

Container technologies promise more agility for big data apps

By George Lawton 02 Jul 2019

Along with the ability to provide greater agility and flexibility for big data applications, containers can play a role in IT strategy that drives real-time decision-making. Read More

SAP developer lead: how we win hearts & minds

By Adrian Bridgwater 24 Oct 2018

Afternoon sessions at this year's SAP TechEd Europe 2018 in Barcelona opened up the opportunity to speak to Thomas Grassl, SAP’s global head for developer and community relations. The Computer ... Read More

Why mobile developers embrace the cloud. Why others PaaS on it

14 Mar 2012

Enterprise Java developers may be less likely to adopt a cloud platform on the server side than in a mobile development project. Read More

Developers find cautious optimism for serverless platforms

By George Lawton 31 Jan 2019

Experts urge cautious optimism around serverless development. It has its benefits, but tools that don't work as expected and a developer learning curve can cause some problems. Read More

IBM acquires Red Hat, but not (exactly) for open source

By Adrian Bridgwater 29 Oct 2018

You don't normally expect a Jim Whitehurst LinkedIn update to hit you over a cuppa at 7am on a Monday morning. Whitehurst is CEO of commercially supported open source enterprise Linux operating ... Read More

Developer search prompts a migration to microservices

By Meredith Courtemanche 31 Jan 2019

See how microservices have changed the development team's makeup, not just the application architecture, for one company on its way to leave monolithic apps behind. Read More