Jon Skeet demonstrates C# 6’s new features, showing how they’ve made the Noda Time code base cleaner, and then takes a look at how he’s been using Roslyn to check his code more thoroughly.
Tom Dale discusses Ember.js: project governance, add-on ecosystem, tooling, Inspector, ES6, scalability, React.
Tom Igoe overviews some of the tools of physical computing and discusses how and by whom they’re being used to create new connected devices.
Trent Vigar explains how to build a RCP/OSGi fortress with Eclipse Tycho and how to consume Eclipse features with the Nexus Unzip Plugin.
Melanie Bats presents how the Arduino Designer was created, how to use Sirius to create graphical editors and how to simplify the Eclipse UI for an RCP application dedicated to kids.
Hadi Hariri takes a look at code usually written when developing business applications and how to refactor this using functional paradigms, and more importantly, see if these provides any value.
Trisha Gee shows how to build a fully working end-to-end application using just the core libraries available in the latest version of Java.
Scott Wlaschin overviews and demonstrates a number of design patterns for functional programming.
Donald Belcham shares from his experience tuning the performance of a system in a short time.
The authors introduce Alembic, a new static analysis tool that frees programmers from having to manually move computation to exploit locality in PGAS programs.
Kai Kreuzer, Olaf Weinmann explain how Eclipse SmartHome can benefit from Vorto, so that the efforts of adding support for new devices in a commercial solution such as QIVICON can be heavily reduced.
Ed Merks, Eike Stepper introduce Oomph, its architecture, and how to author a fully automated script that always produces the desired Eclipse development environment.