JavaOne 2016: IBM’s Keynote – Accelerating Innovation with Java

by Monica Beckwith on  Sep 28, 2016 1

IBM had many innovative news to share this year at their keynote at Java One. InfoQ was there to cover their keynote.

Onion Creates a $5 Linux Computer with Wi-Fi, Designed for IoT Applications

by Kevin Farnham on  Sep 27, 2016 has produced a $5 tiny Linux computer that's designed for Internet of Things applications. Onion calls the Omega2 the "World's smallest Linux server, with Wi-Fi built-in." The device has a 580 MHz CPU, 64MB of RAM, 16MB of flash storage, an integrated IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi, and supports programming in widely used languages like C, Python, Javascript, PHP, and Node.JS.

Reviewing Key Concepts in .Net Core and .Net Standard

by Pierre-Luc Maheu on  Sep 27, 2016

Choosing compilation targets was a relatively straightforward operation prior to .Net Core. Developers now face several possibilities and choosing a target is not so obvious anymore. To understand the big picture in .Net Core, the key concepts are: target framework monikers and .Net Standard.

Aurelia's Rob Eisenberg Joins Microsoft

by David Iffland on  Sep 26, 2016 2

Rob Eisenberg, the creator of Aurelia, the alternative JavaScript framework, has taken a job with Microsoft leaving some in the community to wonder how well supported Aurelia will be in the future. Members of the Aurelia team have said that there should not be a big change.

MicroProfile Group Holds Discussion Panel Event during JavaOne

by Abraham Marín Pérez on  Sep 26, 2016

On 22nd September, the MicroProfile group held a panel event in San Francisco to discuss the current and future situation. Albeit not being part of JavaOne, the fact that it coincided in time and city made it easy for conference-goers to attend. The panel included representatives from RedHat, Payara, SouJava, Tomitribe, IBM, and the LJC, and speculated about the shape of future Java development.

First Release of Project Bletchley on Microsoft Azure Blockchain-as-a-Service

by Jeevak Kasarkod on  Sep 26, 2016

Microsoft announced the first release of Project Bletchley, which is Microsoft's approach to building a cloud-based enterprise consortium blockchain ecosystem. This first release is primarily focused on a questionnaire based automated deployment along with roadmap details for the Cryptlet middleware tier.

How GitHub Designed its New Load Balancer

by Sergio De Simone on  Sep 26, 2016

GitHub has been at work for the last year to develop a new load balancer, the GitHub Load Balancer (GLB), aimed to be able to scale to billions of connections per day running on commodity hardware. GitHub engineers Joe Williams and Theo Julienne explain how GLB was designed.

JavaOne 2016 - Day 2 "Thinking in Parallel"

by Monica Beckwith on  Sep 26, 2016

InfoQ attends"Thinking in Parallel" session at JavaOne 2016,

JavaOne 2016 - Day 1 Highlights

by Monica Beckwith on  Sep 26, 2016

Day 1 of JavaOne 2016 topics: learning about Java 8&9 features, Docker for Java developers, and development tools for Java EE 8. InfoQ highlights a few of the day's interesting sessions.

Node.js v7 Beta Brings Canary in a Gold Mine

by James Chesters on  Sep 25, 2016

The Node.js Foundation has released the v7 beta for Node.js. Its release coincides with v6 becoming the foundation's second LTS release, where its life will continue under Active LTS and Maintenance until April 2019.

Ceylon 1.3 Adds Support for Building Android Apps and More

by Sergio De Simone on  Sep 24, 2016 1

Ceylon, RedHat’s strongly statically typed language for the JVM, has reached version 1.3. Released one year after version 1.2, Ceylon 1.3 is a major release bringing Android support, npm integration, and a plugin for IntelliJ IDEA and Android Studio, in addition to new language features and improvements.

Gradle Releases Version 3.0 of Their Polyglot Build Tool

by Michael Redlich on  Sep 24, 2016

Gradle announced a milestone version 3.0 release of their polyglot build tool that offers Gradle Cloud Services, an improved Gradle Daemon, improved IDE support, and initial support for Java 9.

How YouTube's Recommendation Algorithm Works

by Alex Giamas on  Sep 23, 2016

In a recent paper published by Google, YouTube engineers analyzed in greater detail the inner workings of YouTube’s recommendation algorithm. The paper was presented on the 10th ACM Conference on Recommender Systems last week in Boston. In this news item we analyze how YouTube uses deep learning to operate one of the largest and most complex recommendation systems in industry.

Yelp Introduces More Data and Features with New Fusion API

by Margot Krouwer on  Sep 23, 2016

Yelp announced the release of a brand new API called Fusion which provides developers with higher granularity filtering across Yelp data, greater access to uploaded photos and Yelp business partner data, and 24 hour caching.

JavaOne 2016 Keynotes Cover the Future of Java Near and Far

by Monica Beckwith on  Sep 22, 2016

JavaOne 2016 opened with reminiscence of the past 21 years of Java, with mentions of JavaSoft and Sun. From there on it was all about Java's future - near and far. In this article InfoQ summarizes the Keynotes by the industry leaders.

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