InfoQ caught up with experts in the field, to demystify the different topics surrounding AI and how enterprise developers can leverage them today and thereby render their solutions more intelligently.
Darius Blasband has written a book which challenges the conventional wisdom of software engineering; he protests against the adoption of recipes and standards-based approaches .
This year was the 11th for QCon London; our largest London event to date. Including our 140 speakers we had 1435 team leads, architects, and project managers attending 112 technical sessions.
C# 7 is a major update with a lot of interesting new capabilities. Using the principles found in the FDG, we’re going to look at strategies for getting the most from these new features. 1
When you think about refactoring, you think about transformations such Extract Class. They are important in your everyday work with the code. Now we focus on the strategic code refactoring.
Do enterprise architects still matter? Has a cloud-native development model fundamentally changed how we think about enterprise architecture? In this roundtable with architects, we discuss. 2
Reladomo, the primary Java ORM used at leading investment bank Goldman Sachs, is now open source. In this article GS Technology Fellow Mohammad Rezaei takes us on a deep dive into Reladomo. 4
A practical approach to designing and building a modular monolith, can result in better solution than microservices, especially for complex domains, such as enterprise applications. 7
Does your approach to application and data center security change when adopting cloud services? InfoQ reached out to Pete Cheslock, from Threat Stack to learn more.
In the age of microservices, "monolith" has become a dirty word. Yet, monoliths, designed with an emphasis on modularity, can be a better solution for complex domains, such as enterprise applications. 9
In this article, author discusses Apache Spark GraphX used for graph data processing and analytics, with sample code for graph algorithms like PageRank, Connected Components and Triangle Counting. 2