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  • DevEverythingOps: Explained With Pizza, Butchering, and Soccer
    by c_a_dunlop on 23/10/2020 at 16:17

    BizDevOps. DevSecOps. DevTestOps. DevXOps. DevEverythingOps… Call it whatever you want – the bottom line is that if you hyperfocus on bringing Dev and Ops together, you’re going to overlook a lot of the key elements required to release valuable software faster. Does it delight […]

  • How to Convert a PDF to PNG or JPG in Java
    by Katherine Coyle on 23/10/2020 at 15:43

    For sharing documents both in hardcopy and digitally, the PDF file format is the preferred choice. Because of its high-versatility and compatibility between different operating systems, the PDF format allows users to create, edit, encrypt, and lock important documents for viewing on any […]

  • Computer Science Fair Collection
    by Lauren Hempen on 23/10/2020 at 13:49

    Read through our submissions for the Computer Science Fair. Interested in entering your own project? Our full list of rules and FAQs can be found in this article.  Submissions [Ordered by Most Recent]

  • [CSF] Using Metrics In Spring Boot Services With Prometheus, Graphana, Instana, and Google cAdvisor
    by Nicolas Duminil on 23/10/2020 at 13:45

    This project demonstrates how to instrumentalize and monitor Spring Boot services on the behalf of a large set of tools like, beside others, Prometheus, Graphana, Instana and Google cAdvisor. Requirements Some of the requirements that are considerd here are as follows: 

  • [CSF] OfficeFloor: Going Beyond Dependency Injection
    by Daniel Sagenschneider on 23/10/2020 at 13:37

    So why another Dependency Injection (DI) framework? Because Dependency Injection is only part of the Inversion of (Coupling) Control problem. OfficeFloor provides the complete injection solution. Dependency Injection Problem Dependency Injection on it's own can actually promote lower cohesion […]

  • Mediator Design Pattern In Java
    by Brijesh Saxena on 23/10/2020 at 13:35

    Let's finish some remaining design patterns to cover this topic. Today, I will discuss another design pattern - Mediator Design Pattern. Mediator Design Pattern The Mediator Design Pattern is one of the Gang of Four design patterns which is used to control and reduce complexity of communication […]

  • UK businesses must find new ways of building tech talent to emerge stronger
    by QA.com on 23/10/2020 at 11:41

    COVID-19 delivered the most extraordinary transformation in our way of working and living that we will ever experience. With first-hand experience of both employee and customer appetite for change, business leaders are emerging with a genuine understanding of the art of the possible. As a result, […]

  • Cloud adoption in a post-COVID world
    by David Linthicum on 23/10/2020 at 10:00

    I drew some big lines in the sand by predicting that the pandemic would cause a run on cloud computing. The pandemic quickly proved that companies leveraging more public cloud resources than their competitors and peers have much less exposure to risk than those that do not. Priorities soon […]

  • Azul unveils migration services from Oracle Java
    by Paul Krill on 23/10/2020 at 10:00

    Looking to spar with Oracle over enterprise deployments of Java, Azul on October 22 unveiled migration services to help IT teams transition from Oracle’s Java SE (Standard Edition) releases to Azul’s Zulu builds of OpenJDK.Services offered as part of the program include inventory and […]

  • How to negotiate a job offer
    by Christina Wood on 23/10/2020 at 10:00

    Congratulations! You got a sweet job offer. You are considering upending your life to make a big change. But before you do that, take a closer look at that offer. Is it everything you want?To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)

  • La Importancia de Formar Parte de una Comunidad
    by Guillem Hernandez Sola on 22/10/2020 at 22:00

    Esta semana he recibido 2 llamadas profesionales que me han llegado al corazón. Una ha sido de una persona pidiendo mentoría y otra de una persona dando las gracias por haberla ayudado. De estos 2 llamadas, la mejor parte ha sido que confian en mi. Que han visto que crear […]

  • Introducing Amazon SNS FIFO – First-In-First-Out Pub/Sub Messaging
    by Danilo Poccia on 22/10/2020 at 21:10

    When designing a distributed software architecture, it is important to define how services exchange information. For example, the use of asynchronous communication decouples components and simplifies scaling, reducing the impact of changes and making it easier to release new features. The two most […]

  • A Bootiful Podcast: Optic CEO Aidan Cunniffe on OpenAPI, contract testing, and so much more
    by Josh Long on 22/10/2020 at 20:47

    Hi, Spring fans! In this installment Josh Long (@starbuxman) talks to Optic (@UseOptic) CEO Aidan Cunniffe (@aidandcunniffe) about OpenAPI, contract testing, and so much more Get the Spring

  • Microsoft Blazor gains Infragistics UI toolkit support
    by Paul Krill on 22/10/2020 at 18:26

    In a collaboration with Microsoft, Infragistics has released Ignite UI for Blazor, an enterprise UI toolkit for developers leveraging Microsoft’s open source Blazor framework for building client-side web UIs with C#.Ignite UI for Blazor features libraries of enterprise-grade web UI […]

  • How to get Type-Safe and Intuitive Hibernate/JPA Queries
    by Per-Åke Minborg on 22/10/2020 at 18:14

    A large proportion of Java database applications are using Hibernate/JPA to bridge the gap between Java and SQL. Until recently, we were forced to mix Java and JPQL or to use complex imperative criteria builders to create database queries. Both of these methods are inherently neither type-safe nor […]

  • Amazon Prime Day 2020 – Powered by AWS
    by Jeff Barr on 22/10/2020 at 18:14

    Tipped off by a colleague in Denmark, I bought the LEGO Star Wars Stormtrooper Helmet, which turned out to be a Prime Day best-seller! As I like to do every year, I would like to share a few of the many ways that AWS helped to make Prime Day a reality for our customers. Back

  • Using Filter Design Pattern In Java
    by Brijesh Saxena on 22/10/2020 at 16:27

    Lets discuss another very useful design pattern named - Filter Design Pattern. Filter Design Pattern The Filter Design Pattern also known as Criteria Design Pattern. The Filter Design Pattern is a design pattern that allows developers to filter a set of objects using different criteria/filter […]

  • 10 Examples of ConcurrentHashMap in Java
    by Javin Paul on 22/10/2020 at 16:16

    As a Java programmer, you might have heard about the ConcurrentHashMapclass of java.util.concurrent package. If you don't let me tell you that ConcurrentHashMap is an important class in Java and you will often find yourself dealing with this class in a multithreaded and concurrent Java application. […]

  • Using Flyweight Design Pattern In Java
    by Brijesh Saxena on 22/10/2020 at 15:54

    I am here to discuss another structural design pattern named Flyweight Design Pattern.  Flyweight Design Pattern The Flyweight Design Pattern is a Structural Design Pattern and one of the Gang of Four design patterns.  The Flyweight pattern is used to minimize the memory usage by […]

  • How to Embed a jBPM Process in a Java EE Application
    by Amit Nijhawan on 22/10/2020 at 15:48

    BPMS, Without a Dedicated Server If you want process management without a standalone server, then you can.. Embed JBPM in Your Application You can use the JBPM APIs to run your processes directly from your java code.

  • Gradle Goodness: Replace Files In Archives
    by Hubert Klein Ikkink on 22/10/2020 at 15:42

    Sometimes, we might need to replace one or more files in an existing archive file. The archive file could be a zip, jar, war, or another archive. Without Gradle, we would unpack the archive file, copy our new file into the destination directory of the unpacked archive, and archive the directory […]

  • Why Does the World of Industrial Automation Ignore IoT?
    by Enea Rinaldi on 22/10/2020 at 15:37

    For 25 years, I have been involved in "traditional" computer science...traditional languages, classic databases, and SO among the usual ones. Due to fate, I came into contact with the world of industrial plant engineering, specifically the hotel sector of various types and sizes. So, machine rooms […]

  • React 17 makes upgrades easier
    by Paul Krill on 22/10/2020 at 15:10

    React 17, the latest version of the JavaScript UI library from Facebook, has arrived. The new release, designed to serve as a stepping stone, lacks any new developer-facing features but instead focuses on making upgrades easier.Unveiled October 20, React 17 enables gradual React upgrades. When […]

  • Develop Camel Quarkus Applications With XML DSL
    by Chandra Shekhar Pandey on 22/10/2020 at 15:05

    Hi Everyone. This article is about developing Camel Quarkus Application from scratch using XML DSL. Also one can migrate his blueprint or spring or springboot based Camel routes to Camel Quarkus Application using XML DSL. Hence migration path for such applications to Quarkus would be much more […]

  • Getting Started With Thymeleaf In Spring Boot
    by Bhagyashree Nigade on 22/10/2020 at 15:01

    Thymeleaf is a Java Template Engine which enables creation of web applications. It enables interaction between Java Classes and HTML/XML templates. Thymeleaf Provides below Template Modes:

  • Command Design Pattern In Java
    by Brijesh Saxena on 22/10/2020 at 14:52

    Today, I am here to discuss another behavioral design pattern called Command Design Pattern. A very useful pattern in which we wrap the request in an object known as Command and provide it an Invoker to perform. Command Design Pattern In the Command Design Pattern, we wrap our requests in a […]

  • Looking into the post-2020 future of Big Tech
    by James Kobielus on 22/10/2020 at 10:00

    The year isn’t over, not for more than two months. But it sure feels like 2020 should end soon, seeing as how one pandemic-stressed, politics-inflamed day bleeds into the next.Nevertheless, it might be healthy to start putting 2020 behind us. It’s been a disruptive year in high tech, as […]

  • CIOs embrace remote recruitment to land new gigs
    by Clint Boulton on 22/10/2020 at 10:00

    Shortly before COVID-19 disrupted the United States, Alvina Antar was approached by an executive recruiter on behalf of Okta. Would Antar, six years into her role as CIO of Zuora, be interested in leading IT at the popular provider of digital identity software? Antar was intrigued.To read this […]

  • 5 famous analytics and AI disasters
    by Thor Olavsrud on 22/10/2020 at 10:00

    In 2017, The Economist declared that data, rather than oil, had become the world's most valuable resource. The refrain has been repeated ever since. Organizations across every industry have been and continue to invest heavily in data and analytics. But like oil, data and analytics have their dark […]

  • Google Drive Plugins for WordPress
    by Franc Lucas on 22/10/2020 at 02:25

    Are you looking for a way to back up your website files in the cloud, where you can easily access them if anything goes wrong? How about displaying your documents and files and making them easily accessible to visitors to your website? A WordPress Google Drive plugin serves multiple […]

  • How to Turn Your WordPress Website Into a Mobile App
    by Franc Lucas on 22/10/2020 at 01:19

    Do you want to turn your existing WordPress website into a mobile app without writing a single line of code? WebView templates and WordPress app builders are an easy and affordable way to turn your WordPress website into a mobile app. They're perfect for a non-technical person—no mobile […]

  • How to Convert a URL to PNG in Java
    by Katherine Coyle on 21/10/2020 at 21:36

    When explaining a complex flow of operations to a colleague or client, unless you can physically aid them in person, obtaining visual depictions of each step is your best option to help walk through the process efficiently and with smaller margins for user error. Thus, screenshot images of web […]

  • Graph Cache: Caching Data in N-Dimensional Structures
    by Ritesh Shergill on 21/10/2020 at 21:17

    As is already well established, Graph Databases such as Neo4J are great for intuitively storing relationship data in graph-like structures. Neo4J has been around since 2007 and in its current iteration, it is an extremely robust and versatile NoSQL database framework. But there are limitations to […]

  • Microsoft Edge browser previews for Linux
    by Paul Krill on 21/10/2020 at 20:07

    Microsoft is offering Edge browser preview builds for Linux, thus making the browser available for all five major desktop and mobile platforms including Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android. Microsoft on October 20 announced the availability of Microsoft Edge Dev Channel for Linux. The release […]

  • Java CI/CD: From JAR To Docker - Octopus Deploy
    by Matthew Casperson on 21/10/2020 at 19:41

    This post is part of a series that demonstrates a sample deployment pipeline with Jenkins, Docker, and Octopus: There is perhaps no public project that better exemplifies a long-lived Java application than Spring PetClinic. It started life way back in the early 2000s and is still proudly featured […]

  • Spring Reactive Microservices: A Showcase
    by Kyriakos Mandalas on 21/10/2020 at 18:47

    Introduction and Scope The Servlet Specification was built with the blocking semantics or one-request-per-thread model. Usually, in a cloud environment, the machines are smaller than traditional data centers. Instead of a big machine, it is popular to use many small machines and try to scale […]

  • Public Preview – AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry
    by Jeff Barr on 21/10/2020 at 16:17

    It took me a while to figure out what observability was all about. A year or two I asked around and my colleagues told me that I needed to follow Charity Majors and to read her blog (done, and done). Just this week, Charity tweeted: Kislay’s tweet led to his blog post, Observing is not

  • Best IDEs in Java for App Development 2020
    by john holder on 21/10/2020 at 15:43

    Gone are the days when text editors were being used to write and execute programming files. This is the age of IDEs, an integrated development environment software for building applications that can merge developer tools into standalone GUI. While developing large-scale projects, developers do need […]

  • Cómo Hacer el Mejor Acuerdo de Equipo
    by Guillem Hernandez Sola on 21/10/2020 at 10:19

    Desde la Revolución Industrial, la creciente competencia ha impulsado a las empresas hacia estrategias que preservan y aumentan su participación de mercado.  Empezamos a explorar el porqué las empresas deben cambiar su definición de agilidad. Hace más de 100 […]

  • Como prepararte para el PSM en 10 días
    by Guillem Hernandez Sola on 21/10/2020 at 10:12

    Me gustaria compartir un plan para pasar el PSM I en 10 días. Recuerda que lo puedes comprar por libre en Scrum.org sin necesidad de tomar el curso. Puedes hacerlo aquí El plan empieza así.Día 1: Leer Scrum Guide. Además, puedes ver el video […]

  • The 24 highest paying developer roles 2020
    by Scott Carey on 21/10/2020 at 10:00

    Before the pandemic upended everything, software developer salaries were continuing their inexorable rise. General software engineering roles, as defined by the tech hiring platform Hired, saw average salaries across the US rise to $146,000 in 2019 from $139,000 in 2018.Now, in a jobs market where […]

  • 6 IT projects to boost your tech career
    by Paul Heltzel on 21/10/2020 at 10:00

    Most tech professionals don’t need prodding to upskill — adopting new technology is just part of the appeal for working in the field. But the COVID pandemic has heightened focus and revealed needs in a few areas in particular: remote work, cloud computing, and self-learning. For […]

  • 4 C programming courses for every skill level
    by Serdar Yegulalp on 21/10/2020 at 10:00

    Even with so many other system-level languages to choose from, C remains the popular choice. Many key projects—such as the Linux kernel and the Python runtime—still use C, and they will likely do so indefinitely. For some fields of computing, like embedded programming, C is a […]

  • Understanding GraphQL engine implementations
    by Brecht De Rooms on 21/10/2020 at 10:00

    When we talk about advantages of GraphQL we often hear one-liners such as “only fetch what you need,” “only requires one generic endpoint,” “data source agnostic,” or “more flexibility for developers.” But as always things are more subtle than a […]

  • DevOps Success Stories in the Financial Services Industry
    by Pavan Belagatti on 21/10/2020 at 07:04

    DevOps is making its impact on almost every software powered company these days, and that being said, when it came to companies in the finance domain, they were perhaps the slowest to embrace DevOps. But it is safe to say that they are currently leading the digital innovation in this sphere of […]

  • Using Redux in a React Native App
    by Esther Vaati on 21/10/2020 at 02:30

    Redux is a library for state management that ensures that the application logic is well-organized and that apps work as expected. Redux makes it easy to understand your application's code regarding when, where, why, and how the state of the application is updated.Redux is made up of the following […]

  • Parsing a CSV File With JavaScript
    by George Martsoukos on 21/10/2020 at 00:08

    What You'll Be CreatingThe CSV (Comma Separated Values) file format is a popular way of exchanging data between applications. In this quick tip, we’ll learn how JavaScript can help us visualize the data of a CSV file. Creating a CSV File To begin with, let’s create a simple CSV […]

  • Import Projects From Git Into Eclipse
    by Erich Styger on 20/10/2020 at 21:48

    Import Projects From Git Into Eclipse As a VCS (Version Control System) I’m using git in all my projects. And not only for software or firmware projects: I’m using it for hardware design (KiCAD, FreeCAD, …) or for documentation (LaTeX, …) too. The nice thing with the […]

  • New – Use AWS PrivateLink to Access AWS Lambda Over Private AWS Network
    by Harunobu Kameda on 20/10/2020 at 20:26

    AWS Lambda is a serverless computing service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. You simply upload your code and Lambda does all the work to execute and scale your code for high availability. Many AWS customers today use this serverless computing platform to […]

  • DOJ's antitrust fight with Google: how we got here
    by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols on 20/10/2020 at 19:59

    Piling on big tech companies is the fashion of the day, but don't expect the US government to break up Google.

  • DOJ's antitrust fight with Google: how we got here
    by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols on 20/10/2020 at 19:59

    Piling on big tech companies is the fashion of the day, but don't expect the US government to break up Google.

  • This Week in Spring - October 20, 2020
    by Josh Long on 20/10/2020 at 19:21

    Hi Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! How’re things? It’s been unseasonably warm here in San Francisco so I am writing this from my balcony with a warm cup of coffee and hope in my heart. It is still very hard to believe we’re near Halloween, […]

  • Node.js 15 debuts support for HTTP/3 transport
    by Paul Krill on 20/10/2020 at 19:08

    Node.js 15.0.0, the latest version of the event-driven JavaScript runtime that now has competition from the Deno runtime, was released October 20, with an experimental transport protocol for HTTP/3 and the latest version of the NPM package manager.Downloadable from Nodejs.org, Node.js 15.0.0 […]

  • Observability 101: Terminology and Concepts
    by Shelby Spees on 20/10/2020 at 18:06

    When I first started following Charity on Twitter back in early 2019, I was quickly overwhelmed by the new words and concepts she was discussing. I liked the results she described: faster debugging, less alert fatigue, happier users. Those are all things I wanted for my team! But I was hung up on […]

  • How To Land Your First DevOps Role
    by Chris Cooney on 20/10/2020 at 17:46

    DevOps was undisputedly one of the tech buzzwords of the 2010s. Starting as a relatively obscure methodology orbiting a few open-source tools, DevOps teams are now a fundamental part of most organizations. There’s a good reason too. Well executed CI/CD pipelines have made companies billions. […]

  • Using Proxy Design Pattern In Java
    by Brijesh Saxena on 20/10/2020 at 16:03

    Today, I will discuss another structural design pattern - Proxy Design Pattern. Proxy means an object functioning as another object. Proxy Design Pattern The Proxy Design Pattern is a Structural Design Pattern and one of the Gang of Four design patterns.  The Proxy Design Pattern […]

  • All You Need To Know About Automating Regression Tests
    by Dickson Mwendia on 20/10/2020 at 15:47

    During the software development life cycle, it is common for developers to modify existing code or introduce new features to their system. When doing so, the changes introduced can wreak havoc on the system by affecting the existing functionalities. To avoid code breakages every time you push […]

  • From Continuous Delivery To Continuous Data Delivery: Laying the Foundations
    by Stefan Thorpe on 20/10/2020 at 15:02

    Modern DevOps practices of continuous testing, integration, deployment/delivery, and monitoring form the backbone of a smooth deployment pipeline that continuously feeds back into itself for improvement.  Organizations of all industry types are pushing to realize Continuous Delivery to improve […]

  • Becoming a Digital-First Enterprise: The Open Group October 2020 Virtual Event
    by The Open Group Blog on 20/10/2020 at 14:25

    Amidst ongoing global uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing is evident: Business and technology leaders are facing the radical, fundamental change of becoming a digital enterprise. Traditional approaches and industry frameworks for technology management are being challenged both by […]

  • How To Build and Deploy React.js With No Downtime
    by Alexander Kus on 20/10/2020 at 14:22

    In the following guide, we'll show you how to configure a pipeline that will build, test, and deploy a React.js application with zero-downtime. Zero-downtime is a deployment technique that lets you update websites by making them fully available to the end-user during the process. This guide […]