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So many presentations to see, so little spare time… There are many key figures in the Java domain, each with his own perspective and opinions about the future of the language. While we can’t be at every event, meetup or talk, thanks to various slide sharing sites, we can hear what these influencers have to say. In the following post we’ve collected the best and most interesting decks about Java, so you won’t miss anything interesting and exciting from top speakers around the world. New Post: 13 Decks Java Developers Must See to Stay Updated https://t.co/3rwF2muXww pic.twitter.com/qGnQWaok3v — Takipi (@takipid) May 18, 2016 1. Java SE 8 Best Practices Stephen Colebourne, engineering lead at OpenGamma, project lead at Joda.org (see how it ranked on our Top 100 libraries on Github post) and a Java champion, offers his suggestions for Java 8 best practices. In these sli... (more)

Java EE vs Java SE: Has Oracle Given up on Enterprise Software?

Everything you need to know about Java EE and its current status Java Enterprise Edition is one the biggest sources for confusion in the worldwide Java community. Just like the difference between Star Wars and Star Trek to anyone who “The Force Awakens” was the first movie they’ve seen in the franchise. The weird thing is that even if you’re experienced with developing for EE, the complete picture is often still fuzzy. In this post, we’re taking in all recent news and taking a closer look at Java EE to clear out the fog with the help of Werner Keil from the Java EE 8 expert grou... (more)

The Top 10 Advanced Java Talks You Should See to Stay Relevant

Learn from the experts: watch some of the best Java videos available online One of the main resources for learning about new things in software development, is online talks and videos. You can find Java experts sharing their experience with you, without getting off the couch. In the following post we’ve gathered 10 of our favorite speakers and topics that we believe every Java developer should watch. Get the popcorn, sit back and let Java blow your mind. New Post: The Top 10 Advanced Java Talks You Should See to Stay Relevant https://t.co/1oGKX6tOny pic.twitter.com/vYCTCLG9f7 — ... (more)

Introducing Takipi’s New Alerting Engine: Get Alerted on Critical Errors When They Matter the Most

New Takipi feature: Critical error alerts via email, Slack, HipChat, and PagerDuty We’re pretty excited this week, as we just launched the new alerts engine we’ve been working on in the last couple of months. The goal behind this is to allow you to get notified on the most critical errors in real-time, and fix them before they affect your users. In this post, I wanted to share some of the rationale that guided us in building this feature, and show you some of the things it can do. New Feature: Alerting Engine – Get Alerted on Critical Errors When They Matter the Most https://t.... (more)

Where Does Takipi Fit Into My Ecosystem of Tools?

There are three common ways to monitor your application: Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Log analyzers Error tracking tools Most companies will use several tools to get the full picture of their production environment. Whether you’re already using a certain tool (or 3 different ones), Takipi can seamlessly coexist and integrate with your existing ecosystem, providing unique data and insight to figure out when and why your application code breaks in production. We can even inject links to this insight into your existing log files. In this post, we’ll see how Takipi fits i... (more)