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Read-only properties in JavaFX 8

Learn how to expose internal modifiable properties as external read-only properties in JavaFX 8

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Node.js 7 set for release next week

Node.js 6 will move to long-term support, while v0.10 goes to "end of life" status

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JavaScript projects regroup under a new foundation

The JQuery Foundation gives way to the JS Foundation, which will take projects such as Dojo Toolkit and Grunt

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Bitbucket Pipelines: Continuous delivery in the cloud

Atlassian's tool helps teams build, test, and deploy applications without having to set up a CI/CD server


Serverless Framework takes the pain out of AWS Lambda deployment

Formerly known as Jaws, the Serverless Framework debuts its first full point release to simplify deploying apps to AWS Lambda -- and eventually to other services of its kind

GitHub's 7 most popular productivity tools for programmers

GitHub's 7 top productivity tools for programmers

GitHub abounds with open source tools aimed at helping developers build software faster. Get the top seven picks from working programmers

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The hidden benefits of Docker for QA

Docker and containers can make QA testing easier, faster, and more effective

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First look: Chef’s Habitat puts automation in the app

By packaging configuration and runtime requirements with the app, Habitat decouples automation from the infrastructure

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Build geospatial apps with Redis

Learn how to simplify the development of location-based apps with Redis’ new geospatial indexing, sets, and operations

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Java 9 proposal could speed some apps, but slow others

A new JDK proposal would bring ahead-of-time compilation to Java with minimal impact on peak performance or user workflow

CI/CD with Jenkins and Docker, Part 1

Open source Java projects: Jenkins with Docker, Part 1

Setup a continuous integration process to build and test a Java web app with Jenkins, then deploy it to a Docker container in Part 2

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Java microservices group seeks less Oracle control

The group plans to set up a foundation to govern Java microservices without a single dominant vendor

The Power of Lazy Programming

The power of lazy programming

These 13 tools and techniques prove that, when it comes to coding, laziness is a virtue

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Oracle tries playing nice with Java EE rebels

After raising ire with its perceived neglect of Java, Oracle is attempting to assuage the breakaway groups Java EE Guardians and

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New Red Hat project looks a lot like a Docker fork

The new OCID project places a variant of the Docker runtime directly into Kubernetes

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Modernize your API with webhooks

Webhooks are event-driven APIs that overcome all kinds of integration challenges; you should be using them

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Red Hat links Java to Microsoft's Visual Studio Code

An extension based on the Language Server Protocol offers developers expanded use of Microsoft's development tool

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Google’s Go language ventures into machine learning

A small but growing number of libraries written entirely in Go are stepping up to show that Google's language can do machine learning, too

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Oracle plans two major Java EE upgrades for the cloud

Version 8, due in late 2017, focuses on services configuration and health; Version 9, due a year later, focuses on smaller services and consistency

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