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Girl Coding New JVM Features in JDK 11

Java SE 11 is a recent LTS (Long Term Support) version of Java. Java 11 has introduced several other (non-language features), some of which we’ll discuss in this article. 

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Deepak Vohra
Pattern Pattern Matching in Java 14 Adds Simplicity

In this article, we discuss a Java feature created to make Java easier, the instanceof operator, which is used to test if an object is a certain type.

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Deepak Vohra
framework Choosing the Right JavaScript Framework in 2020

There’s one thing that most developers often get confused with while using JavaScript—selecting the best JavaScript Framework. Let's discuss selecting the best JavaScript framework to use in your web app.

 

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Junaid Ahmed
Person typing with multiple monitors up with different programming languages Comparing Java and Ruby

Java and Ruby are both open source languages, and both are ranked in the top 20 of the TIOBE index for most popular programming languages. If you want to learn a new language and are trying to decide between these two, let’s explore common differences in syntax and constructs to discover which may be more useful for you.

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Deepak Vohra
Laptop with two windows of code up side by side Comparing Ruby and PHP

Ruby and PHP are both open source languages, and both are ranked in the top 20 of the TIOBE index for most popular programming languages. If you want to learn a new language and are trying to decide between these two, let’s explore common differences in syntax and constructs to discover which may be more useful for you.

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Deepak Vohra
Person test-driving on a simulator Software Features to Avoid in a Production Environment

When developing an application, it’s best practice not to use certain software features in a production environment. These include features related to programming language, the OS, the database, a framework, a web or application server, or a tool. You have to consider the production setup to avoid bugs or server crashes.

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Deepak Vohra
Software engineer looking at her computer monitors and integrating code Code Integration: When Moving Slowly Actually Has More Risk

Many decisions about code branching models are made in the name of managing risk, and teams sometimes pick models that make integration harder in the name of safety. Moving slowly and placing barriers to change can seem safer, but agile teams work best when they acknowledge that there is also risk in deferring change.

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Steve Berczuk
Looking at code through eyeglasses Fearless Refactoring, Not Reckless Refactoring

Fearless refactoring is the agile concept that a developer should be able to incrementally change code without worrying about breaking it. But it's not believing that you don't need a safety net to detect and correct defects quickly when changes are made—that's just reckless. Here's how to avoid reckless refactoring.

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Jeffery Payne