The developer community conference is starting today in the US. Started by the Belgium Java User Group, Devoxx has come a long way, and now it is at the heart of Silicon Valley: San Jose. On January 23rd, we spoke to Program Chair Stephan Janssen about talks to look out for and the rockstar speakers to expect. […]

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“Many of our clients are in the process of investigating or implementing ‘microservices’, and a popular question we often get asked is “what’s the most common mistake you see when moving towards a microservice architecture?” We’ve seen plenty of good things with this architectural pattern, but we have also seen a few recurring issues and […]

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Last week, we looked at TensorFlow and the work of Stanford University researchers detecting cancerous skin lesions. This week we’re going to start looking at machine learning by getting started with TensorFlow. Imagine we have some data, and we expect it to have a linear relationship. Linear Regression is a machine learning technique that tries […]

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Object’s finalize() methods are as old as Java. But its implementation details and performance implications remain misunderstood (if not unknown) by many Java developers. At Devoxx US on the 22nd March, Gautam Singh will be giving his Finalizers – The not so good, the bad the ugly talk. He will share his encounter with Finalizers, including how […]

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There is a surge of interest in Machine Learning. If you aren’t in some way following the tidal wave of interest in the field, you are sure to be both directly and indirectly using Machine Learning in some way: in speech recognition on your phone, products recommended to you on the internet based on your […]

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There are some feelings in the functional programming community that Java 8 didn’t go far enough. However, this is not the case for Simon Ritter. In Streams in JDK 8: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly he looks at the API with Oracle’s Stuart Marks. We asked him about Streams API. Also, ahead of his […]

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Sarah Saunders, speaker at Devoxx US March 21-23rd, reached a scary conclusion recently: the code we write has no value. Instead, it’s time for developers to concentrate on skills. The development community is so big on sharing knowledge, and the resources so available, code becomes less important. The real value is the skills behind the code. […]

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By Matt Raible, who will be speaking at Devoxx US in San Jose, California on March 21-23. This article shows you how to build a simple blog application with JHipster 4, which has not yet been released (as of 27 January 2017). Source Code If you’d like to get right to it, the source for […]

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For the first time, Devoxx is crossing the Atlantic and will be in San Jose 21-23 March for the inaugural Devoxx US. We interviewed Program Committee Chair Stephan Janssen about curating the content for Devoxx’s US debut.   Devoxx US is the first Devoxx to cross the pond – causing a surge in interest and a […]

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