October’s 10 biggest Java stories
As usual, it has been a busy and successful month for Java, with lots of new stories hitting the headlines. To help you keep up to date with everything you need to know, we have put together a selection of the ten top stories that you need to know, meaning that all of the important news is in one place.
If you weren’t previously aware of how to implement a switch-case statement then this article will show you how to make the most of this tool in Python.
The most recent release from JAX magazine focusses around serverless computing and containers. It discusses how they both work together and compete with each other at the same time, and helps you to decide whether you should stick to what you know, or switch to the new trend.
Here, there is a detailed description of how String can be converted to an int data type. There are a number of examples included here for you to look at.
Last month, IBM purchased Red Hat for a massive $34 billion. It is thought that this will turn out to be one of the most significant purchases, with a lot of value being added to businesses’ use of cloud technology.
If you want to have a little fun with SQL, you may wish to take a look at this article, which shows you ten tricks that you might not already have been aware of.
Angular v7 was released just a few weeks ago, and there are many people applauding the release. Not only this, but work has already started on 7.1.0 which is even better news for enthusiasts.
If you are new to Python, you may be on the lookout for an IDE well suited for you. This article gives you an example, Thonny, that would be a good choice if you are just starting out. This is the case whether you are self-teaching, or whether you are taking part in a training course.
As much as there are many little uses for JavaFX, it is always good to know ways in which it can be useful in the real world. This article gives you plenty of examples of this, in addition to inviting other developers to add their own apps to the blog post.