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Liberty Tools for Visual Studio Code enables fast, easy and efficient development of cloud native Java applications with Open Liberty.
Virtual Event: JetBrains AI Launch Event
Don’t miss the online JetBrains AI launch event, where we’ll release our AI-powered coding companion, JetBrains AI Assistant.
Webinar: Harnessing the Power of AI Assistant in IntelliJ IDEA
In this session, Anton Arhipov will demonstrate the capabilities of AI Assistant in IntelliJ IDEA. You will learn how the tool helps you explore and improve existing code as well as write new code in different scenarios.
Generative AI and Java – hype or urgent reality?
AI and Java what is there?, what can it do?, what do we want it to do?, Asking for your input readers. Share your thoughts at Foojay.io
Beyond Pass/Fail- a Modern Approach to Java Integration Testing
Tests can run limited sets of assertions on your code, or reveal important insights about how your application really works!
FEPCOS-J (2) – Declaratively compose networked systems in Java
Compose networked systems like building blocks. An example illustrates how a Java developer can do this by using FEPCOS-J. Read more.
How Software Companies Give Away Stuff for Free
There are many different ways to give away stuff for free and in this article I try and explain the main approaches that software companies use and the reasoning behind these methods.
OpenRewrite: Automatic Code Refactoring and Maintenance – Part 2
Learn how to improve, refactor, and move a Spring Boot application with OpenRewrite.
Five Ways to Use Gradle Enterprise to Identify and Manage Flaky Tests
Dealing with flaky tests is a significant challenge in software development. These unpredictable and inconsistent tests can pass or fail without any changes in code.
Disco API: Helping You To Find Any OpenJDK Distribution
Did you know Foojay is not only a human-readable OpenJDK knowledge base but also provides the Disco API that lets you search all OpenJDK distributions?
Ops friendly Apache APISIX
Though I always worked on the Dev side of IT, I was also interested in the Ops side. I even had a short experience being a WebSphere admin: I used it several times, helping Ops deal with the Admin console …