When it is done badly, the CI process can turn this amazing tool into a nightmare. CI should make our lives easier, not the other way around.
From Assembler to Chat-GPT: Steve Poole on the Shifting Landscape of Programming
In this engaging interview with Steve Poole, a seasoned Java developer and DevOps practitioner, we delve into his career journey, valuable insights, and the evolution of technology. Poole shares his experiences, highlighting the importance of critical thinking, adapting to change, and embracing innovation in the world of software development.
DevOps for Developers: Introduction & Version Control
Improving our DevOps skills can help us become better developers, team mates, and managers. Learn DevOps principles and advanced git!
Introducing Gradle Test Suites
Did you know? In Gradle 7.3, released November 2021, the Gradle team introduced a new feature called Declarative Test Suites.
Foojay Podcast #7: Security in Java, what do we need to know and how to keep our applications secure?
We invited Java security experts to dive into the fascinating world of secure coding and detecting vulnerabilities in your Java applications!
Effectively Bridging the DevOps – R&D Gap without Sacrificing Reliability
DevOps revolutionized our industry. CI & CD made six sigma common. Still bugs make it to production past our tests. Fixing them is harder now!
Remote and Distributed Build Patterns
Let’s review build patterns leveraging remote machines, clarify the definition of remote and distributed builds, and discuss their variations.
How to Publish a Java Maven Project to the Maven Central Repository
You can follow this article if you need to publish a Java Maven-based library or artifact to Maven.
Conditional Builds on GitLab
Learn how to run a build on GitLab only if a condition is met, especially helpful when conditions are expensive and time-consuming operations.
JDKMon 17.0.23 Released
JDKMon is a little tool written in JavaFX that tries to detect all OpenJDK distros installed while keeping track of updates for them.
Lights, Camera, Action: GitHub Actions with Java (Part 3)
The Java GitHub Actions that rules them all! Hey, everyone check Carl Dea’s 3rd and final instalment Lights, Camera, Action: GitHub Actions with Java