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Secrets behind tiny Docker containers for Java microservices

Secrets behind tiny Docker containers for Java microservices

  • Aleksei Voitylov
  • Announcements
In view of the upcoming Liberica JDK release, we want to lift the curtain just a bit and talk about what makes BellSoft images so small.
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Coding languages for Finance and Fintech: Java, Kotlin and more

Coding languages for Finance and Fintech: Java, Kotlin and more

  • Md Kamaruzzaman
  • Announcements
BellSoft is rounding up 2020 with top languages for fintech enterprises. Whether you’re a startup launching your very first MVP, an up-and-coming business, or an established company looking for an innovative edge, this list is...
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TeXnical Writing Part 2: Markdown

TeXnical Writing Part 2: Markdown

  • Dave Jarvis
  • Announcements
Welcome back to developing a Liberica JDK-based app for real-time conversion of mathematical formulas from Markdown to HTML. The second part of this series focuses on building a text editor that supports Markdown syntax and...
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An intelligent bet for Kotlin. Part 2

An intelligent bet for Kotlin. Part 2

  • The Bored Dev
  • Announcements
The second part discusses some of Kotlin’s features more extensively in contrast with Java. We’ll see the current impact of this promising language on the modern industry and what we can expect in the future....
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How code becomes a microservice

How code becomes a microservice

  • Dmitry Chuyko
  • Announcements
We are continuing our three-part series on microservice architecture. This second article, as promised, is covering a narrower subject: the evolution of core technologies turning code into a working microservice. Also, we are going to...
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An intelligent bet for Kotlin. Part 1

An intelligent bet for Kotlin. Part 1

  • The Bored Dev
  • Announcements
Kotlin, a relatively young language from JetBrains, has gained a lot of traction and popularity among developers over the past few years. The first article in the series covers its main characteristics and interesting use...
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