Ionide is a New Atom-based F# IDE Written in F#

by Sergio De Simone on  Sep 29, 2015

Ionide, based on the Atom Editor, is a suite of packages that aim to provide a full-featured, modern, cross-platform, open-source IDE for F# development. InfoQ has talked with Ionide’s creator, Krzysztof Cieślak.

Reduce the Risk of Failure With Elm

by David Iffland on  Sep 29, 2015

At Strange Loop 2015, Richard Feldman gave an overview of how using Elm in production has sped up his team's development cycle and improved the quality of their app.

Meteor 1.2: ECMAScript 2015 and support for AngularJS, React

by James Chesters on  Sep 29, 2015

Meteor 1.2 has been released, announcing ECMAScript 2015 as the official JavaScript of the Meteor platform, along with support for Angular and React.

Importance of Cultural Shift in Continuous Delivery Model

by Savita Pahuja on  Sep 29, 2015

Technology leaders are moving towards Continuous Delivery and Agile to accelerate business innovation.This post talks about the importance of cultural shift in successful Continuous Delivery implementation in the organizations.

HashiCorp Release Nomad Scheduler and Otto Application Delivery Tool

by Daniel Bryant on  Sep 28, 2015

At the inaugural HashiConf conference, held in Portland, USA, HashiCorp announced the release of a new distributed scheduler platform named ‘Nomad’ that is capable of scheduling containers, VMs and standalone applications; and a new application delivery tool named ‘Otto’ that builds upon the existing Vagrant tool by enabling the management of remote application deployments.

Debate: Adding Non-nullable References to C#

by Pierre-Luc Maheu on  Sep 28, 2015 4

The recent proposal to add non-nullable references to C# by Microsoft’s Mads Togersen sparked quite a debate in the .NET community. The reactions were diverse, ranging from praise to preferring status quo.

JavaScript Streams Introduced at Strange Loop

by David Iffland on  Sep 28, 2015

At the Strange Loop 2015 conference, Pam Selle introduced streams in JavaScript, showing what they're good for and how developers can use them.

Key Takeaways from the 'Agile on the Beach' Conference: Day Two

by Daniel Bryant on  Sep 27, 2015

Key messages on day two of the 'Agile on the Beach' conference included that self-organising teams who embrace ‘autonomy, purpose and mastery’ create a successful and resilient culture, there is need for technical leadership that encompasses programming, people and processes, and being truly agile involves working with ‘an ever evolving set of ever evolving practices’.

Domain Events and Eventual Consistency

by Jan Stenberg on  Sep 27, 2015 1

Eventual consistency is a design approach for improving scalability and performance. Domain events, a tactical element in Domain-Driven Design (DDD), can help in facilitating eventual consistency, Florin Preda and Mike Mogosanu writes in separate blog posts, each describing the advantages achievable. Create a ‘Microscaling’ Framework for Apache Mesos

by Daniel Bryant on  Sep 27, 2015 have released a prototype ‘microscaling’ container demonstration running on the Apache Mesos cluster manager, which they claim starts and stops ‘priority 1’ and ‘priority 2’ containers more rapidly than traditional autoscaling approaches when given a simulated demand for the differing workloads. InfoQ discussed the goals and methodology of this approach with’s Ross Fairbanks.

Stephen Colebourne/OpenGamma Release ElSql V 1.1

by Victor Grazi on  Sep 27, 2015

Stephen Colebourne and OpenGamma released v1.1 of ElSql, a library and DSL for managing SQL in external files. Colebourne is well known for his work as the spec lead of Java Time, a cornerstone of last year's Java 8 release, and for his creation of the Joda Time and Joda Money API's.

Netflix’ Principles of Chaos Engineering

by Abel Avram on  Sep 26, 2015

Based on their experience with arbitrarily shutting down servers or simulating the shutdown of an entire data center in production, Netflix has proposed a number of principles of chaos engineering.

Hortonworks Addresses the IoAT with DataFlow Based on NiFi

by Abel Avram on  Sep 25, 2015

Hortonworks has quietly made available the DataFlow platform which is based on Apache NiFi and attempts to solve the processing needs of the IoAT.

Ratpack 1.0 Launches Aiming to make Asynchronous Programming Easier on the JVM

by Charles Humble on  Sep 25, 2015 13

Ratpack, a high performance Java web framework, has reached 1.0 status. The 1.0 release is API-stable and can be considered production ready. The main thing that makes Ratpack interesting is the execution model, which aims to make asynchronous programming on the JVM easier.

SpringXD being Re-architected and Re-branded to Spring Cloud Data Flow

by Charles Humble on  Sep 25, 2015

Pivotal announced a complete re-design of Spring XD, its big data offering, during last week’s SpringOne2GX conference, with a corresponding re-brand from Spring XD to Spring Cloud Data Flow. The new product is focussed on orchestration.

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