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    JetBrains IDEs connect with Gitpod for cloud-based development

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · Tuesday, 3 May - 20:15 edit

Users of JetBrains IDEs now can do remote development in the cloud via the Gitpod platform.

Through an integration between Gitpod and JetBrains announced April 27, developers can access source code hosted in ephemeral development environments from JetBrains IDEs running in the cloud. Language processing occurs in the Gitpod environment. This is done via an integration between Gitpod and JetBrains Gateway , JetBrains’ remote development application now in a beta stage. Developers can access JetBrains Gateway to get started with linking Gitpod and JetBrains IDEs.

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    Overcoming AI’s limitations

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · Tuesday, 3 May - 10:00 edit

Whether we realize it or not, most of us deal with artificial intelligence (AI) every day. Each time you do a Google Search or ask Siri a question, you are using AI. The catch, however, is that the intelligence these tools provide is not really intelligent . They don’t truly think or understand in the way humans do. Rather, they analyze massive data sets, looking for patterns and correlations.

That’s not to take anything away from AI. As Google, Siri, and hundreds of other tools demonstrate on a daily basis, current AI is incredibly useful. But bottom line, there isn’t much intelligence going on. Today’s AI only gives the appearance of intelligence. It lacks any real understanding or consciousness.

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    The biggest multicloud mistake people are making

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · Tuesday, 3 May - 10:00 edit

I can tell by the hits on this blog that multicloud is more than a trend; it now drives much of the thinking about how we build and deploy cloud-based solutions. Most shifts in thinking, particularly pivots in how we do architecture, come about by good old trial and error. We learn from those who make mistakes. As usual, most of those mistakes are avoidable the second time around. What’s the biggest repeat mistake I see right now? It’s really an old mistake under the guise of new technology.

In one word: “vendorthink.” Vendorthink is the practice of allowing vendors to lead your architecture decisions rather than the other way around. When a vendor dictates how a client will use its technology to address an enterprise use case, the stage is set for multicloud to go off the rails.

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    Aerospike Database adds native JSON document support

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · Tuesday, 3 May - 10:00 edit

Aerospike Database has been outfitted with native support for JSON document models in the latest, version 6 release. The update also adds massively parallel secondary indexes.

Aerospike Database is the NoSQL database underlying the Aerospike Real-time Data Platform. Aerospike Database 6, unveiled April 27, both introduces support for JSON document data models, and promises to deliver sub-millisecond performance at gigabyte-to-petabyte scale. The JSON and JSONPath query support enable storage, searching, querying, and management of richer and more varied data.

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    JDK 19: The features targeted for Java 19

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · Monday, 2 May - 20:00 edit

Java Development Kit 19, due this September, now has four features officially proposed for it. Two recent additions, virtual threads and pattern matching (both previews), join two previously cited features, a vector API (in a fourth incubation) and a port of the JDK to the open source Linux/RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA).

JDK 19, or simply Java 19, potentially could host a vast number of features , ranging from universal generics to value objects, according to plans under way for enhancing Java. JDK 19 would follow JDK 18 , which arrived March 22. Standard Java is on a six-month release cadence.

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    Developer experience doesn’t have to stop at the front end

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · Monday, 2 May - 10:00 edit

With the growing popularity of infrastructure as code , devops , and internal platforms , back-end developers are better equipped than ever to build highly resilient, performant, and scalable server-side applications and services. But they are also drowning .

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    The new AWS: No more dumpster fires

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · Monday, 2 May - 10:00 edit

We used to be able to count on a steady blaze of open source dumpster fires raging in the corner of downtown Seattle where AWS is headquartered. But not recently. There’s been a curious lack of drama for the company once castigated for “strip mining” open source. Though such accusations tended to be not a little self-serving, there was fire to accompany the smoke: It was true that different teams within AWS were not as thoughtful as they should have been about contributing back to the communities upon which they depended for code, even as it was also true that those communities sometimes didn’t want any contributions back—except cash.

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    Sprint reviews and retrospectives in a hybrid work setting

    pubsub.slavino.sk / infoworldcom · Monday, 2 May - 10:00 edit

Agile methodologies empower self-organizing teams to focus on the customer, deliver incrementally, and utilize feedback to adjust priorities. The most common agile methodology is scrum, where small teams operate in sprints, usually one to four weeks in duration. Teams commit to a set amount of work for the sprint and aim to complete it.

The fundamentals of scrum are simple. A team reviews a backlog of prioritized user stories, commits to the work they can confidently complete during the sprint, and aims to achieve the “definition of done” documented in the user stories . Scrum ceremonies help teams collaborate; classically, they are conducted as recurring meetings scheduled by a product owner, tech lead , or scrum master .

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