Project Helidon is an open source, lightweight Java microservices framework introduced by Oracle in September 2018. This program gets you started down the road to Helidon with two members of the project team, and two community members who have already put the project to use.
Listen as a panel of experts explores the meaning and evolution of polyglot programming, examines the benefits and challenges of mixing and matching different languages, and then discusses GraalVM and its impact on polyglot programming.
There are rules you need to know, and rules you need to break. Listen in as a panel of experts discusses when -- and why -- you should consider breaking some of the golden rules that apply to databases.
Karla Readshaw, director of development at the non-profit Iridescent organization, discusses Technovation, the world’s largest tech entrepreneurship program, which empowers for middle- and high-school girls to develop as technology innovators.
Apache Hadoop co-creator Doug Cutting, JRuby co-leader Charles Nutter, Grails creator Graeme Rocher, and Python creator Guido van Rossum join Oracle’s Siddhartha Agarwal for a freewheeling conversation about the year’s dominant tech trends in this podcast recorded live at Oracle Code One 2018.
Microservices are a hot topic. But that's exactly the wrong reason to dive into designing and implementing microservices. Before you do that, listen to what this panel of experts has to say about what makes microservices a wise choice.