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Dreamix News 22.04.2016

Rod Johnson keynote: “Java has pulled ahead of everything else”

In his keynote at JAX 2016, Rod Johnson, the CEO of Atomist and the creator of Spring, talked about Java’s supremacy and the rise of microservices and went through everything that happened in technology since 2008. Video…

Oracle security update cover Java, MySQL, DB fixes

Administrators who support Java applications and various Oracle databases should pay close attention to the latest quarterly security update from Oracle, as more than a third of the security fixes affect Java, MySQL, and Oracle Database Server. Several of these vulnerabilities are considered critical and could be remotely exploited without requiring authentication, Oracle said. Read More…

Adam Bien interview: “Java EE is easier than JavaScript” JAX 2016

Java champion Adam Bien spoke to JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc about Java EE’s simplicity, the so-called JavaScript fatigue and the golden year of open source. Video…

Create Elegant Builds at Scale with Gradle

How can medium and large projects use Gradle to scale their build infrastructure? Hans Dockter, founder and project lead of Gradle, and Netflix Engineer Jon Schneider dropped by the SF Java User Group to help answer that question. Read More…

From the VCs:

Benedict Evans notes that a given technology often produces its greatest results just before being replaced; with no room for further optimization, it’s time for something new; portable computers are at the top of the S-Curve: optimized and affordable; smartphones will reach full optimization just as augmented reality takes off. Read More…

Elon Musk teases a new autonomous ‘Tesla Mobility’ service

Elon Musk says Tesla has a public transport idea to address urban density, and that “it’s not exactly a bus”; Musk clarified it has nothing to do with Hyperloop and would involve autonomous vehicles; he also noted that the media has a tendency to get carried away with his remarks . Read More…

What books can learn from the Web / What the Web can learn from books

While I have clear memories of most of my engineering professors, in the end when I think about those years of learning, it is the books I remember most as the tools that I relied on. Read More…

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