Juergen Hoeller has been leading the development of the Spring core framework for over 10 years. In this interview, we get a glimpse of the passion and the insight that drive Spring. Some of the topics covered include Spring 4, adoption of Java 8, moving Spring forward, Spring Boot, enterprise features, Spring XD, and much more.
TJ VanToll explains hybrid development for mobile apps: reasons to choose hybrid over native and vice versa, issues with web views for mobile apps, cross compilation vs web apps, and much more.
The OSGi enRoute toolchain provides an end-to-end platform for developing and testing OSGi applications, based around the bnd library that is used in most OSGi build chains such as Maven and Gradle. As well performing dependency analysis and resolution, it uses git and Travis to perform automated server side builds. InfoQ caught up with Peter Kriens at QConNY 2014 to find out more.
In this interview, recorded at QCon New York, Adrian Cockcroft talks to Charles Humble about agility, implementing DevOps, the differences between Microservices and conventional SOA, the strengths of weaknesses of micro service architecture, and approaches for building resilience into highly-distrubuted systems.
Emma shares her view on Systems Thinking and why is it important in modern organizations that want to learn and move forward. She also delves into other topics from her experience such as working in the Middle East, women and technology and work-private life balance as a working mother.
Tom Stuart talks to ObjectView editor Mark Collins-Cope about his interest in computer science, Test Driven Development, Behaviour Driven Development, and Ruby
Nick O'Leary talks about the creation of Node-RED, a tool for wiring together the Internet of things that he built on top of Node.js using a number of open source web frameworks. He also discusses open source hardware, the importance of open APIs and the rise of MQTT as an alternative to HTTP for IoT applications.
Glen Ford talks about his experiences in different organizations' environments, from start-ups to the likes of BBC. Glen discusses how to build great teams and why in his view Kanban works better than Scrum. Finally, Glen explains how Lean, DevOps and systems architecture all influence each other.
Damon argues DevOps is most needed in the enterprise world, and suggests starting with self-service provisioning interfaces, service oriented mentality, designing tool chains and meaningful metrics. All based on his own experience on the field as a DevOps consultant.
Portia Tung talks about nurturing teams and supporting agile adoption as an Enterprise Gardener. She is a fulltime agile coach working within an organisation helping them achieve agility at scale. She discusses how the fulltime coach role differs from that of consultant coach, how teams are nurtured and why a culture of giving and sharing allows for collaborative growth.
Ola Ellnestam discusses the Mikado Method, a systematic approach to restructuring software. While complementary to, but different than refactoring or developing 'clean code' this method looks at producing a dependency graph to guide developers through the most successful path when introducing change into an existing system.