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Kubernetes is bringing ’multicloud 2.0’

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The “2.0” thing is getting a bit tiresome. It’s a common term our industry uses to indicate that something could be a game changer, but can we be a bit...

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The arrival of ‘multicloud 2.0’

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The “2.0” thing is getting a bit tiresome. It’s a common term our industry uses to indicate that something could be a game changer, but can we be a bit...

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Software jobs pay twice the national average

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Things are looking good these days for software industry workers, who are making more than twice the average annual wage of other workers, according to a research report released this...

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What’s new in Kubernetes 1.16

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The latest version of the Kubernetes container orchestration system, Kubernetes 1.16, brings improvements related to customization and extensibility, container storage management, the metrics registry, and Windows container support. In addition,...

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Oracle pits GraalVM against Google Go

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Oracle is positioning GraalVM, the company’s open source, polyglot virtual machine, as a substitute or replacement for Google’s Go (golang). Described as a “universal VM,” GraalVM can run applications written...

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5 planning principles for agile development

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One of agile development’s core principles is to deliver working software at the end of every sprint. Teams accomplish this by defining robust user story acceptance criteria, committing to the...

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JDK 14: The new features in Java 14

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Java 13 only just shipped September 17, but work has already begun on its successor, Java 14. One official feature has already been set and another will likely be made...

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4 Python test frameworks to crush your bugs

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Enterprise software needs tests the way buildings need fire and safety inspections. If you know certain electrical conditions or structural issues could lead to catastrophe, you look for them not...

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AI gets real (sort of) in the enterprise

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Two years ago artificial intelligence (AI) reached the peak of absurd expectations, as I tried to capture in this post. Today? Well, reality seems to have crept in, something that...

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JDK 13: The new features in Java 13

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Java Development Kit (JDK) 13, the latest version of standard Java, is now available as a production release. Highlights include Z Garbage Collector enhancements, application class-data sharing, and previews of...