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  • Will Cloud Computing Kill Open Source Development?

    While open source development is not going to disappear, the future of commercial open source is not very promising. Cloud providers are adopting open source software without necessarily adding value, or supporting future development. No industry consensus exists on the best way to fund open source development. Many continue to believe that open source software should be free.

  • Your Roadmap to an Open Mobile Application Development Strategy

    This article explains why, in a fast-changing mobile app environment, organizations should aim for flexibility by using an open development infrastructure for their mobile app development. This infrastructure should support multiple deployment options, decouple the front-end and MBaaS infrastructure, enable task automation by using both cloud services and a low-code development approach.

  • How to Deal with Open Source Vulnerabilities

    Despite the shockwaves following the Equifax hack in September 2017, the industry still has a long way to go in protecting their products. A key area to focus on is the open source components that comprise 60-80% of the code base in modern applications. Learn how to detect vulnerable open source components and keep your products secure.

  • How Cryptocurrencies are Changing the IT Industry

    Blockchain has not only become the core mechanism of many cryptocurrencies, it has called a wider attention because its potential for use extends far beyond the confines of cryptocurrencies. InfoQ has spoken to Blockchain developer Eugene Kyselov to learn about how Blockchain-related technologies are changing the world and the IT iindustry.

  • JPA 2.2 Brings Some Highly Anticipated Changes

    Released this past summer, JPA 2.2 delivered some frequently requested enhancements, especially by providing better alignment with Java 8 features, such as support for the Date and Time API and the retrieval of a query result as a Stream.

  • Agile at Red Hat

    This article is a story of the conversion journey from FeedHenry, a startup from Waterford, Ireland, into Red Hat. It’s also charting the journey of agile as a whole in Red Hat, as this story is being replicated across the product suite that Red Hat offers.

  • The Java Evolution of Eclipse Collections

    With each successive version of Java, frameworks must adapt and transform in order to stay current. This article aims to describe some of the new Java 8 features in Eclipse Collections, a high performance collections framework for Java, and looks ahead at some of the new things we’ve done to prepare for Java 9. This article will walk through these new features and changes.

  • GitLab's CEO Sid Sijbrandij on Current Development Practices

    In this all-round interview, GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij speaks about how GitLab was born, what differentiates it from its competitors, the importance of being an "open" company, how GitLab engineers use continuous integration, what being a remote-only company means, and much more.

  • Consensual Software: How to Prioritize User Safety

    This article covers how consensual software will help address online harassment and abuse vectors before they get out of hand. It also covers some features the GitHub Community & Safety team has built and how we review features from other teams.

  • Virtual Panel: What's Next for .NET?

    A lot happened in the last year in the .NET ecosystem. Putting aside the details, the bigger picture is difficult to grasp. There is movement in all aspects: cross-platform, cloud, mobile, web apps and universal apps. Developers wonder where all of this is going to lead and what will be required to get there.

  • Q&A on the ​Practice of System and Network Administration (3rd Edition)

    The book The Practice of System and Network Administration takes a holistic view on system administration: it provides a framework and strategies for solving problems regardless of the operating system, brand of computer, or type of environment. The third edition incorporates new developments like DevOps, infrastructure as code, continuous integration, operational excellence and assessments.

  • Agile in the UK Government - An Insider Reveals All

    The Government Digital Service (GDS) aims to transform the relationship between citizen and state, moving the UK towards becoming a world-leading digital-by-default government. Nick Tune explores what GDS has achieved with assessments, sharing agile practices and experiences, and open source software, and shares what isn’t working so well in government IT.

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