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11 technologies developers should explore now

From machine learning to digital twins, opportunities abound in emerging (and converging) tech trends

Paul Heltzel

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Node.js exec director: Our project is transformational

Former Linux Foundation official Mark Hinkle moves over to organization shepherding server-side JavaScript platform

Paul Krill

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Tap the power of Google's Go language

Learn the key concepts behind programming in Go, a concise, simple, safe, and fast compiled language with powerful concurrency features

Martin Heller

JavaWorld Java IDEs review, September 2016

Choosing your Java IDE

Find out what to look for in a Java IDE and get tips for deciding which of the top three--Eclipse, NetBeans, or IntelliJ IDEA--is best for you

Martin Heller

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Review: MongoDB vs. Couchbase Server

Which document database? From ease of installation and backup flexibility to index design and query capabilities, a few key differences point the way

Jonathan Freeman

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Stack Overflow: Like sleep? Don't code in C

In analyzing its traffic, Stack Overflow found that C developers keep the latest hours, while C# is the language for early risers

Paul Krill

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Cloud security: Zombie data bites back

Data you thought you had deleted from the cloud can come back to haunt you. Get to know your provider’s data deletion policy

Fahmida Y. Rashid

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Java 101: Regular expressions in Java, Part 1

Find out how to use the Pattern class and constructs like quantifiers and boundary matchers to describe patterns in your Java programs.

Jeff Friesen

Modular Java's true impact

The true impact of modular Java

Java 9's much anticipated modularity may have less effect on your coding practices than you think

Paul Krill

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CoffeeScript refocuses on JavaScript standards

But the new beta breaks compatibility with some version 1 features in providing ECMAScript 2015+ support

Paul Krill

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New AI language hides TensorFlow complexity

The Inkling programming language makes it easier to build artificial intelligence applications

Paul Krill

Type dependency and variances in Java

Type dependency in Java, Part 1

Covariance and contravariance might seem esoteric, but you'll need these concepts more than ever as the Java language evolves. Get started with type dependency in array types, generic types, and the wildcard element.

Dr. Andreas Solymosi

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