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Neo4j 3.1 Supports Causal Clustering and Security Enhancements

by Srini Penchikala on  Dec 31, 2016

The latest version of Graph NoSQL database Neo4j introduces causal clustering and new security architecture. Neo4j team recently released version 3.1 of the graph database. Other new features include database kernel improvements and a Schema Viewer.

Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) Gains FIFO Queues

by Steffen Opel on  Dec 31, 2016

Amazon's Simple Queue Service (SQS) recently gained FIFO (first-in, first-out) queues, which are designed to "guarantee that messages are processed exactly once, in the order that they are sent, and without duplicates". AWS rolled out this new queue type in the US East (Ohio) and US West (Oregon) regions and "plans to make it available in many others in early 2017".

Moving a Monolithic Application towards a Microservices Architecture

by Jan Stenberg on  Dec 31, 2016

Migrating an existing system towards microservices is very different from building a new micoservices-based system, Joris Kuipers, architect at Trfork Amsterdam, claims in a presentation describing an ongoing process of refactoring a large monolithic application, based on CQRS using Axon framework, towards a microservices architecture.

New Vaadin Spring Release Introduces Enhanced View Management

by Michael Redlich on  Dec 30, 2016

Vaadin, a polyglot framework for building web apps with UI components, released version 1.1 of their Vaadin Spring project featuring bug fixes and a new SpringNavigator class to enhance management of Vaadin Views. Matti Tahvonen, product marketing manager at Vaadin, spoke to InfoQ about this latest release including a discussion on how UIs fit into microservices.

What's Expected from React, Angular, and Vue in 2017

by David Iffland on  Dec 30, 2016 2

JavaScript continues to see tremendous excitement and 2016 was an impressive year. See what's expected from React, Angular, and Vue.js going into 2017.

Start with Events and DDD When Building Microservices

by Jan Stenberg on  Dec 28, 2016 2

Domain-Driven Design (DDD) is a great technique bringing designs closer to the domains we are working in, but too often we make early decisions with a focus on structure, which is not the intention of DDD. Instead we should start with the events in a domain, Russ Miles claims when describing the advantages of going “events-first” when building microservices.

GitLab 8.15 Introduces Auto Deploy and Web Terminal

by Sergio De Simone on  Dec 27, 2016

The latest GitLab version, 8.15, provides new CD/CI features aimed to automate deployments on a variety of platforms and to make it easier to reach your staging or production deployments through a command line interface.

Building Conversational Apps Using Actions on Google and API.AI

by Kent Weare on  Dec 26, 2016

Google has introduced Actions on Google which allow developers to build Google Assistant-based conversational apps, including integration with the Google Home device.

Google’s Brotli Compression Algorithm Lands to Windows Edge

by Sergio De Simone on  Dec 25, 2016

Microsoft has announced that its Edge browser has started using Brotli, the compression algorithm that Google open-sourced last year.

Rust 1.14 Brings Experimental WebAssembly Support and Rustup 1.0

by Sergio De Simone on  Dec 23, 2016

Rust 1.14 introduces WebAssembly as a new experimental target and extends the .. syntax for pattern matching, writes the Rust core team. Additionally, rustup is now stable and is the recommended way to build Rust from sources.

Introducing Gradle Build Scans

by Michael Redlich on  Dec 23, 2016

At the Gradle Summit Conference this year, Gradle formally introduced the Build Scan tool, part of their new Cloud Services, for collaborating with project build information with developers. InfoQ spoke to Chris Beams, director of marketing at Gradle, about Gradle Cloud Services and build scans.

AFK-MC² Algorithm Speeds up k-Means Clustering Algorithm Seeding

by Alexandre Rodrigues on  Dec 23, 2016

“Fast and Probably Good Seedings for k-Means” by Olivier Bachem et al. was presented on 2016’s Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) conference and describes AFK-MC2, an alternative method to generate initial seedings for k-Means clustering algorithm that is several orders of magnitude faster than the state of art method k-Means++.

Polymer 2.0 Introduces Breaking Changes But the Migration Has Been Smoothed

by Abel Avram on  Dec 23, 2016

Polymer 2.0 replaces Custom Elements API v0 with v1, deprecates Polymer.dom, uses Shadow DOM instead, but the migration path is not so steep as these changes suggest because they have introduced a compatibility layer that enables code created with Polymer 1.7+ to run under 2.0

Java Type Inference Won't Support Mutability Specification

by Abraham Marín Pérez on  Dec 22, 2016 7

Java type inference won't support differentiation of mutable vs immutable variables due to lack of consensus within the community regarding how this should be implemented, recent communication shows. Also, to prevent a long debate about corner cases, a number of such cases will be ruled out. Although the JEP doesn't indicate a target version, Java 10 seems likely.

What José Mourinho Can Teach Us about Team Building

by Rui Miguel Ferreira on  Dec 21, 2016

Alan O’Callaghan gave a presentation at the Scrum Gathering Portugal 2016 on what José Mourinho can teach us about team building. Starting with the similarities between Football and Scrum, the talk addresses the less understood characteristic that affects Scrum’s effectiveness, that is, according to the speaker, the building of self-organising teams.

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