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Trends for Java Development in coming Times

Le 3 March 2017, 10:58 dans Humeurs 0

Java continues to dominate the ecosystem of the software development industry. Here's a question for those who seem to know the inevitable death of the programming language : Why 90% of Fortune 500 companies use Java until now?

The language offers many excellent libraries that address almost any problem that can occur during enterprise software development process. Java apps running on any platform are highly scalable and able to process large amounts of data easily.

Twitter, originally a Ruby on Rails application, migrated to Java (the Blender server) simply because it fits well and treats the life of data requests ( content search hashtags).

Google wants and loves Java. You've probably heard of the famous Oracle-Google trial. Google has already announced its intention to use OpenJDK (Java Development Kit) in the next version of Android. Of course, OpenJDK will create a common codebase for Android and increase the speed of software development .

Why use Java at all? Well, it is the native approach that makes a killer application and ensures the delivery of high performance . Some developers say Google will pass Go (it's safe and easy) or Dart (perfect for the cloud). It is a logical step (and not unlikely!) For the company. The question is, how long will it be for all the rewriting for Android and will it encourage suppliers to learn a new language ?

The growing demand for Java developers
will grow faster than the development capabilities. Android currently dominates the smartphone market with 80.7% (against 17.7% for Apple) and will continue to grow from now until 2020.

THUS, Java Will Remain the driving force behind the web development trends for mobile (Provided Google does not make it to the Major FX Android ecosystem).

The subsequent evolution of Java
Oracle continues to work on Java 9 which is scheduled for a release of 2017 indefinitely. The project's main objective is to segment JDK into independent modules . And this means that they will be able to use the components they need for a particular application. The modules will also be connected to the development of IoT Java technology .

Internet of Things
A few years ago, Sun Microsystems has put 100% of their energy and resources into the Java EE enterprise platform - towidespread adoption of Java-written enterprise software and the complete neglect of office solutions. Why do we list IoT among the latest trends in Java? As of now, it is one of the few technologies that are able to join the pieces together.

Seems like Java is getting better with time and Java Development in 2016 brings a lot of scope to the learners, firms, and development companies .

Contributed by Addy Wash . Addy has loved computers since he was a child. In his high school days, he starts coding and executing small software. Today, he's an amazing and fast Java developer . Addy has a grasp over the advanced software development tactics and works more efficiently while leading a team. To know more about his work, visit:


Software Development Outsourcing

Le 3 March 2017, 10:31 dans Humeurs 0

Today’s global economy is thriving on outsourcing their projects as it has many benefits and a competent and skilled workforce is easily available for offshored projects.

In case you are looking forward to creating or running a successful software development company, there are some pretty good reasons for you to consider outsourcing your software development project instead of choosing an in-house software project team.

1.      Outsourced projects will save both your time and costs. You are much likely to get less costing services when you are outsourcing, especially for low expertise tasks. Often it may happen that your in-house employees are not experienced or skilled enough to handle certain particular tasks. This can either lead to dissatisfactory performance on the project or you will need to invest both your time and money for hiring the right person for the job. When you are outsourcing a work, you can easily do away with these unnecessary hassles. It will save your employment engagement costs and time for your own firm as a special person/team will undertake the entire thing for you.

2.    Overseas professionals are also adept with high levels of expertise and you can easily see that by outsourcing your software development project. Moreover, you don’t have to undergo an extended and often tedious process of interviewing, recruiting, and training employees for short spanning project works.

3.   You will get a competitive edge when you can get in touch with a skilled and reputed offshore software development centre. Considering existing market competition and technologies that are evolving in brief intervals of time, it is a wise choice to make sure your project output is at par with market standards. Outsourcing comes as an advantage to thisasoften you can get high end product development at a much lower cost.

4.   Offshore development experts who take up outsourced projects will give you a proposal for your project. This proposal is a vital indicator of the expertise level of the service vendor. A good professional team will always keep you ascertained that you get the most suitable proposal for your project.

5.    Before outsourcing, you can always get a chance to gauge the service quality by referring to client feedback. Firms who take up projects for developing software have customer ratings to show their level of performance. You can also check back with the clients who have worked with them and assess their expertise level. This is much better than screening and hiring in-house employees for short term jobs who might prove to be ineffective later on. This is one of the many good advantages of outsourcing projects.

In an era of globalization and fast spread of technological advancements across the globe, outsourcing a project is slowly getting common. Initial apprehensions about working with distant partners and relying only on modes of communication channels for work, are no more the obstacles for outsourcing any job to skilled and suitable professionals who can half much of your troubles and deliver satisfactory results.

Contributed by Jadde Wilson. Jadde has loved computers since he was a child. In his high school days, he starting coding and executing small software. Today, he’s an amazing and fast software developer. Jadde has a grasp over the advanced software development tactics and works more efficiently while leading a team. To know more about his work, visit: