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Stop Being Lazy, and Test Your Software (with the Help of Docker)

by Daniel Bryant on  Nov 22, 2015

At DockerCon EU 2015, Laura Frank presented “Stop Being Lazy, and Test Your Software”. Frank proposed that testing software is necessary, no matter the size or status of your company, and introducing Docker to the development workflow can assist with writing and running testing frameworks more efficiently, and ultimately facilitate the delivery of high quality software products to customers.

Redux: An Architectural Style Inspired by Flux

by Abel Avram on  Nov 21, 2015

Redux uses a unidirectional data flow similar to Flux, but it has a single store which is changed by cloning the original store and applying some functions without side effects. There is no Dispatcher.

Erik Meijer’s Hacker’s Way

by Sergio De Simone on  Nov 21, 2015 5

At GoTo 2015, Erik Meijer, computer scientist whose name is linked to functional programming and reactive asynchronous programming, recounted the last couple of years in his life, including his cancer diagnosis and how it changed his way of looking at life, and shared his view on the Hacker’s Way.

IBM Commits to Advance Apache Spark

by Alex Giamas on  Nov 20, 2015

Earlier last month in Las Vegas, at IBM Insight 2015, IBM announced a major commitment to the Apache Spark project. Referring to it as “potentially the most significant open source project of the next decade” tells a lot about how important IBM believes Apache Spark is. With IDC reporting that 80% of cloud applications in the future will be data intensive, Apache Spark can unlock previously...

IntelliJ IDEA 15 Released

by Matt Raible on  Nov 20, 2015

JetBrains has released IntelliJ IDEA 15, with improved Java 8 lambda debugger support, a better user interface for running tests, enhanced JVM frameworks support (Spring 4.2, Hibernate 5.0, Grails 3.x, and Arquillian), TypeScript 1.6 and TSLint integration, and initial support for Angular 2.

Apigee Technologists Explain API Trends, Products, and Standards

by Jerome Louvel on  Nov 19, 2015

Following the “I love API” conference in San Jose, InfoQ had a chance to speak with Ed Anuff and Marsh Gardiner from Apigee to explain their view on new developments with Swagger and changes to API use in IoT, healthcare, and mobile. They also discuss open source projects like Swagger Editor, potential changes to how API security is handled, and the unrealized ideal of hypermedia.

Human Refactoring: Applying Refactoring to Your Life

by Ben Linders on  Nov 19, 2015

Bryan Beecham gave a keynote about Human Refactoring at the Agile Testing Days 2015. InfoQ interviewed him about how Human Refactoring can help us to improve our lives, how it relates to refactoring code, why he considers eating healthy food to be important, how agile teams can benefit from human refactoring, and where people can find more information about self improvement and individual growth.

Linux Debugging Comes to Visual Studio

by Jeff Martin on  Nov 19, 2015

Visual Studio 2015 continues to expand its reach into non-Windows development scenarios. A new extension enables Visual Studio to be used to debug C++ code being run on Linux-based systems.

Release of MBrace 1.0, a Distributed Programming Framework for .NET

by Pierre-Luc Maheu on  Nov 18, 2015

After several years of development, MBrace 1.0 was released last week. MBrace is a programming model for scalable cloud data scripting and programming with F# and C#. The project consists mainly of code libraries and cloud providers runtime.

Preview of New Features in Ruby 2.3.0

by Sergio De Simone on  Nov 18, 2015

Nearly one year after Ruby 2.2.0 release, the first preview of Ruby 2.3.0 has been announced. Ruby 2.3.0 Preview1 introduces new features such as immutable string literals, null coalescing operator, and more.

Visual Studio Code Now Extensible and Open Sourced

by Jeff Martin on  Nov 18, 2015

Microsoft's multi-platform code editor, Visual Studio Code, now supports extensions and is fully open source. The November release of VS Code has been designated a beta release and includes a number of additional enhancements.

JavaOne 2015 Keynotes (Part 2)

by Monica Beckwith on  Nov 18, 2015

We continue our report of the JavaOne 2015 keynotes, with a glimpse into Brian Goetz' crystal ball on Java 10 and beyond.

Vulnerability Discovered in libpng

by Jeff Martin on  Nov 18, 2015

It has been announced that the popular and widely used libpng library has vulnerabilities that make applications that rely on it for PNG image support vulnerable to exploitation. System administrators and application developers should take heed to update their systems as soon as possible.

Making People Feel Empowered with Intent-based Leadership

by Ben Linders on  Nov 18, 2015

Intent-based leadership is about giving control and decision-making power to people who have the information. When we give control to people who have the competence and clarity, we create an environment where great things happen. An interview with Jenni Jepsen about intent-based leadership, giving influence and control to people, and creating an environment where people can feel empowered.

Patrick Debois Shares His Experiences On Mobile Continuous Delivery

by João Miranda on  Nov 18, 2015

Patrick Debois, leading light of the DevOps movement, has been working on the "mobile continuous delivery" space for the past year and recently shared what he has been learning at the Velocity conference. His talk mentioned dozens of tools, scripts, and applications that cover the full mobile software development lifecycle. InfoQ took the opportunity to talk to Debois on the subject.

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