What happened to the name? Why Jakarta EE 9 (or EE4J). Well, Oracle holds the trademark for Java so to make matters easier since Oracle was releasing control of the technology...
By Brian Ewoldt
So you've heard all the puns about the Java programming language and coffee.
Across the past six years, the US economy was mired in a recession. Yet throughout it all, there was one bright spot: the IT and programming job market.
Any job hunter will tell you that while it's important to have experience, a great resume, and a strong work ethic, it's also equally important to do your homework regarding the company you're interviewing for.
Java has been in the news quite a bit recently - and it's not all good.
One of the most challenging aspects of working with a team of talented, diverse people is the possible divergent working methods that each person can bring to the table.
The new year brings with it all sort of lists. The Top 10 news stories, movies, celebrities, etc. So why not the Top programming language?
How many times have you heard people say, "I am definitely not going to waste my time going to that instructor led class" or "that self study training is a waste of time, not for me"?
By Craig Jensen
It is plain common sense that a developer will succeed and advance in their career, and therefore benefit financially from their success, if they are known as an expert in the technology they work in.