DeveloperWeek 2015, held in San Francisco, is set to be one of the largest tech events of the
year. There are sessions, lessons and workshops focused on all new development-related software
Get the latest news from the conference in this DevWeek
2015 conference guide. Check back often for updates, videos and techie news.
At DevWeek 2015
Get the latest news from the DevWeek in San Francisco. Find out what's happening in software developer news, interviews with the presenters and the most up to date tech ideas here.
How can hacking be used to make better APIs? Find out the answer and get more API tips in this report from DeveloperWeek 2015. Continue Reading
At DeveloperWeek, software experts discussed how deep linking will improve integration between Web and mobile applications. Continue Reading
Developer advocate Jenny Tong discusses coding troublemaking with Node.js at DeveloperWeek 2015. Continue Reading
2APIs and containers-
Making it work
At DevWeek 2015, the attention will likely focus on application programming interfaces (APIs) and containers. Ensuring that APIs and containers work smoothly with each other is essential, and factoring in security and agility is commonsense. Find the latest on APIs and containers in this section.
Securing APIs is critical as componentization grows. Expert Tom Nolle suggests that an API's security attributes are as important as functional attributes. Continue Reading
Editor Jan Stafford presents the API handbook with insight on API innovations. Continue Reading
Amy Reichert discusses how to overcome concerns of managing public APIs. Continue Reading
Learn about a new style of application development called microservices and how it is bringing Agile development to classic SOA services. Continue Reading
Contributor George Lawton spoke with many industry experts to discuss 2015 cloud predictions. Continue Reading
AWS Lambda could help IT replace wasted compute cycles without any compute resources needed to support it – a 'connective tissue' for AWS Services. Continue Reading
AWS users hope to get live migration support, simpler cloud billing and new Docker integration at re:Invent. Continue Reading
Looking ahead with mobile
Another area of focus expected at DevWeek 2015 is mobile design and architecture. Plenty of technology news is expected in both the sessions and workshops. Take a look in this section at what has been happening in the last year in mobile applications, testing tools, requirements and more.
This review of five mobile testing tools, Appium, Selendroid, ios-driver, Sauce Labs and Perfecto Mobile, will kick-start your research in a growing software market. Continue Reading
While many organizations have been developing mobile apps for years, making sure those apps are optimized in such a way that will improve performance is still a challenge. Here we look at seven simple ways organizations can optimize their mobile applications. Continue Reading
Given the unpredictable nature of the way handheld devices will be used, organizations must ensure they employ a realistic mobile testing strategy, or face the reality that problems will be a reality after deployment. Continue Reading
SearchSoftwareQuality.com talks to Martin Wrigley of the App Quality Alliance about smart practices and testing criteria for mobile app developers. Continue Reading
Many factors must be considered when building mobile B2B apps. Take into account these must-have requirements. Continue Reading
With so many improvements in both cloud based technology and handheld devices, more and more developers want to develop in the same device they send texts with. Will 2015 be the year of the cloud-based, mobile IDE? Continue Reading
4Related conference coverage-
In 2014, TechTarget covered various conferences around the country on everything from Java to software testing. Find conference coverage from 2014 in this section to review what was trending and what is expected in the year to come.
As Devoxx 2014 officially kicks off, Geertjan Wielenga is there to tell us exactly what's hot at this year's conference. As one might expect, the Java EE versus Spring debate never goes away, but this year is about so many more things, from Scala to Docker, than that. Continue Reading