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Machine learning and the strategic snake oil reserve

Outside of programmatic trading and fraud detection, we're only starting to use machine learning in business. The biggest inhibitor may be our lack of imagination in applying it.

Andrew C. Oliver

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Review: Storm’s real-time processing comes at a price

Storm may be the only real-time processing framework that has been proven to process millions of messages per second, but there's a steep learning curve ahead.

Steven Nunez

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Oracle to end publicly available security fixes for Java 7 this month

Users must sign long-term support deals or migrate to Java 8 to avoid 'enormous headache and disruption to millions of applications.'

Paul Krill

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Java regains spot as most popular language in developer index

Language's use in Android development was cited as reason for its rise back to the top spot in the Tiobe index.

Paul Krill

Static Analysis - The Next Generation

On Demand Event | Learn how open source developers have used Coverity's Software Testing Platform to find and fix critical, crash causing bugs and security defects and learn how you can do the same.

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Improving on Git-flow for continuous delivery

While Git-flow provides workflow structure essential for devops, CD often requires bridging the gaps to other stakeholders.

John Williston

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Stack Overflow survey: Nearly half of developers are self-taught

Stack Overflow Developer Survey finds 48 percent of respondents never received a degree in computer science.

Paul Krill

Language Forks

Language forks bring new power to programming

From Hack to Cython, inventive forks are pushing popular programming languages in new directions.

Serdar Yegulalp

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Big data is dead -- long live big data

Soon, we'll see 'prepacked' applications that incorporate the distributed processing, machine learning, and analytics of today's overhyped, custom-made solutions.

Andrew C. Oliver

Coding with JRebel: Java Forever Changed

With JRebel, developers get to see their code changes immediately, fine-tune their code with incremental changes, debug, explore and deploy their code with ease, and ultimately spend more time coding.

JavaScript will lead a massive shift in enterprise development

JavaScript and Node.js will change corporate technology like Java did, according to a Forrester report.

Paul Krill

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Little-known real-time standard impacts broad span of Java applications

Real-time Specification for Java 2.0, currently in public review, has implications for mobile computing, massive scaling, and embedded programming for IoT.

Cameron Laird

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Wisdom to code by, an illustrated guide to programmer proverbs

Behold age-old truths that software developers have learned over the years.

Phil Johnson

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Coding for cars: The next generation of mobile apps

Developers will need to rethink UIs, connection strategies, and how to capitalize on new data streams -- especially as autonomous cars start rolling off the lots.

Peter Wayner

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