Who are the most influential Java people in the Twittersphere? After analyzing thousands of accounts, we created a list of people that every Java enthusiast or pro should be following.
In this interview, Kai Tödter emphasise that teams have to think carefully how microservices should interact with each other, like using orchestration or choreography. The services themselves should be self-contained or use resilience patterns when they need data of other microservices.
In this interview, Gil Tayar explains that building a microservices architecture from scratch is different, and easier, than taking an existing architecture and turning it into microservices.
In this interview, Daniel Bryant talks about the great power of containers, but also about the operational responsibility they demand. He looks at the high-level steps that are essential for creating an effective pipeline for creating and deploying containerized applications.
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Together with jaxenter.com we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Tracy Miranda, founder and CEO of Kichwa Coders and JAX London speaker.
Production hates you. The machines, the networks, the very users you hope to provide a service hate you. This is reality, and it makes production a hostile battle ground. In this interview, Russ Miles will talk about the reasons and how to turn this pain to your advantages.
In this interview, Brian Behlendorf explains that the goal for the best-run open source projects isn’t just to solve some technical problem in an open way, but to be a long-term bedrock foundation for a software ecosystem.
What happens when things break? - An Interview with JAX London keynote speaker Kevlin Henney offering a clearer way of reasoning about the relationship between software, its behavior and its unexpected consequences on the world around it.
In this interview, Bruno Borges maintains that Java is still solid, with plenty of high-profile frameworks that can deliver the same developer experience (quick development/deployment) that Node.js delivers but keeping the stability and maintainability that Node.js projects provide.