The meeting will be held on Thursday 23 February 2023 in Via Gustavo Fara, 26, 20124 Milano MI (map) at eDreams Via Fara 26 20124 Milano - free event upon MANDATORY registration (see details) thanks to the co-organization with eDreams and Red Hat.
Mike Guerette looks back on the developer blog's humble beginnings and shares his top 5 content picks from the past decade.
Learn about the changes to JBoss EAP 8.0 and how to migrate an application from JBoss EAP 7.4 to JBoss EAP 8-Beta
Red Hat announces the release of the VSCode XML Extension 0.22.0 in Visual Studio Code Marketplace and OpenVSX Registry, which improves the overall developer experience.
The Pipenv packaging tool and Source-to-Image (S2I) help keep the proper Python dependencies in containerized applications.
Discover what developers need to know about the new release of .NET 7 in this quick overview.
Integration using Apache Camel K makes it possible to build services that are scalable and reliable even when they depend on rapid interaction with data sources.
Discover how the Node.js community‘s Next-10 project is the basis for many backend web applications and offers lessons for other open source communities.
Red Hat will contribute developer tools and expertise to backstage.io, making it easier for teams to use Kubernetes to build services and applications.
Discover how Kubernetes improves developer agility by managing storage for containerized applications. (Part 1 of 3)
Learn Git commands for working with repositories, branches, files, resolving merge conflicts, and more.
Learn about my recommendation for updating OpenJDK images since Docker Hub's deprecation announcement and how to implement this change.
Learn how to configure change data capture in this demo using managed OpenShift Connectors to connect services and systems to OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka.
A demo of how to build trust into a continuous integration system for your Rust library. (Part 4 of 4 in the series covering Linux system libraries in Rust.)
You can now get support for the Eclipse Temurin distribution of OpenJDK via a subscription to Red Hat Runtimes, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and OpenShift.
A demonstration of how Drogue IoT simplifies device communication with the cloud. Discover how to write the server in Node.js.
How to set up Packit, which tests and builds RPM packages on Fedora Linux, CentOS Stream, and other distributions to ease the integration of upstream projects.
Discover how to easily integrate Infinispan as a distributed cache and session provider for ASP.NET Core applications using C# on Linux.
Red Hat's Developer Subscription for Teams gives organizations easy access Red Hat Enterprise Linux for their development activities. Find out what qualifies and explore use cases.
Thanks to months of effort, many packages from these Python and Ruby repositories can be installed as RPMs from Red Hat's COPR system. Learn more.
RHEL 9, Kafka, AWS, SaaS, and more: Stay current on the latest developer trends with Red Hat Developer's monthly content round-up.
The Red Hat Developer program now offers a subscription for enterprise development teams to access Red Hat Enterprise Linux at no charge.
This article shows how to integrate new components and protocols into an application without a clunky user interface or spaghetti code.
Get an overview of Kafka's distributed event architecture, including message streams, topics, and producing and consuming messages in a Kafka cluster.