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Java will no longer have ‘major’ releases

The twice-yearly Java releases will get new version numbers, but they won’t have the degree of change that whole version numbers have historically indicated

Paul Krill

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Python, Scala climb the ranks of language popularity

Python’s rise has been steady, while Scala’s rise this time may last longer than before

Paul Krill

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Python developers profiled: What you use, what you do

A survey of 9,500 developers shows what Python programmers use and what they work on. See how typical you are as a Python developer

Serdar Yegulalp

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Big data analytics with Neo4j and Java, Part 2

The tricky part of Neo4j is learning to work with its Cypher Query Language, which requires thinking graphically. Once you've got that down, writing a Java application that integrates with your Neo4j data store is easy.

Steven Haines

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Dojo 2: What the JavaScript toolkit’s new version offers

14 years after the first version's debut, the revamped Dojo Version 2 provides a widget system and support for progressive web apps

Paul Krill

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The 5 best programming languages for AI development

Which programming language should you pick for your machine learning or deep learning project? These are your best options

Ian Pointer

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Scala roadmap: What features to expect in Scala 3

A new compiler is the main new feature of the functional, object-oriented language—as well as binary incompatibility with Scala 2

Paul Krill

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Oracle sets date for end of Java 8 updates

After January 2019, businesses will need a commercial license to receive updates for Oracle Java SE products

Paul Krill

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Java Challengers #1: Method overloading in the JVM

Test your mind with the first Java Challenger in a new series. Can you outthink the Java virtual machine?

Rafael Chinelato Del Nero

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What’s new with Eclipse’s Jakarta EE Java

GlassFish app server, Jakarta EE Java implementation set to move forward with cloud native focus

Paul Krill

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Beyond Java: Programming languages on the JVM

By running on the JVM, these languages run anywhere Java runs, work seamlessly with Java, and open up possibilities Java doesn’t

Serdar Yegulalp

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What’s new in Oracle’s GraalVM multilanguage virtual machine

The universal virtual machine enters production status

Paul Krill

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15 Java frameworks that give developers a boost

Java development frameworks can help developers get an application up and running faster, offering code reuse and eliminating the task of building boilerplate code

Paul Krill

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Database decisions: AWS has changed the game for IT

Enterprises are figuring out that they likely need different database engines to power different parts of their applications. AWS has figured that out, too

Matt Asay

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Open source isn’t the community you think it is

The irony is that what makes open source work—and differ from commercial software—is that only a few developers do the major work on any project

Matt Asay

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What’s new in the Sails Node.js framework

Sails.js 1.0 features async/await capabilities and a web template

Paul Krill

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How to get started with AI—before it’s too late

Put these five prerequisites in place so you can actually execute on your artificial intelligence strategy

Andrew C. Oliver

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Java 101: Datastructures and algorithms in Java, Part 4

Learn how to search and sort linked lists in Java! Examples in this tutorial demonstrate how to create a singly linked list, insert and delete nodes in a singly linked list, and more. Find out which algorithms are most used to sort

Jeff Friesen

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Sensors and machine learning: How applications can see, hear, feel, smell, and taste

All five senses take the form of some kind of sensor and some kind of mathematical algorithm, usually a supervised machine learning algorithm and a model

Andrew C. Oliver

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5 common pitfalls of CI/CD—and how to avoid them

What’s the secret to devops success? Start with continuous integration and continuous deployment

Zubin Irani

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