October/November digest

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Complexity is killing software developers

The growing complexity of modern software systems is slowly killing software developers. How can you regain control, without losing out on the best these technologies have to offer?

Complexity is killing software developers

Compliance in a DevOps Culture

Devops is nowadays the new black. Bu how too come compliancy contraints and DevOps together?

Compliance in a DevOps Culture

New language features since Java 8 to 17

Java 11 is up for few years now, but many people have been still sticking to Java 8. If you want to move on straightly to Java 17, here is the main features added.

New language features since Java 8 to 17

Microsoft goes all-in on Java, joins Java Community Process

Another new page turns, Microsoft joins to the Java Community Process.

Microsoft goes all-in on Java, joins Java Community Process

Managed container services: KaaS, KPaaS & CaaS explained and compared

IT professionals like acronyms. Do you know what are the concepts behind KaaaS, KPaas or Caas? The author clears them up in this article.

Managed container services: KaaS, KPaaS & CaaS explained and compared

The strong and weak forces of architecture

Evan Bottcher deep dives into how good technical design decisions are very dependent on context.

The strong and weak forces of architecture

Running Spring Boot Apps? Start Tracing with OpenTelemetry in Minutes!

The author explores how to enable distributed tracing in a Spring Boot application by implementing Spring Cloud Sleuth and OpenTelemetry.

Running Spring Boot Apps? Start Tracing with OpenTelemetry in Minutes!

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