MMT 28 was a great conference. A lot of great talks and a very interested audience. I was lucky to speak about Web performance. As promised you can find my slides below. Also feel free to post questions on my talk.
With the release date of Java 9 coming closer every day, it’s time to look at some of its new features. This post covers the most prominent (and most criticized) feature (i.e., Project Jigsaw). Project Jigsaw splits the JDK into several modules and Java developers are encouraged to do the same in their code as well. Every module can, for example, be packaged into a jar file and shipped separately. All … read more
In the three years the Dynatrace artificial intelligence (AI) engine has been in production, we’ve seen what it takes to solve real problems. While our competitors are finally entering the world of AI, I’m skeptical whether their approaches will work without a fundamental re-engineering of their products. Here’s why. AI is only as good as the data that feeds it As Data Science advisor Monica Rogati points out, having the … read more