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We take a look back at what we say on infoQ in 2018, and think about what the next year might bring.
On this week’s podcast, Wes Reisz talks with Brian Goetz. The two start with a discussion on what the six-month cadence has meant to the teams developing Java. Then move to a review of the features in Java 9 through 12. Finally, the two discuss the longer-term side projects (such as Amber, Loom, and Valhalla) and their role in the larger release process for the JDK.
The panelists discuss using AI to solve business problems.
Lisa Doan, Jeanette Head, Hadrien Raffalli discuss the conflict between production teams who prefer an agile process and stakeholders who want cleat schedules and outcome.
The fact that machine learning development focuses on hyperparameter tuning and data pipelines does not mean that we need to reinvent the wheel or look for a completely new way. According to Thiago de Faria, DevOps lays a strong foundation: culture change to support experimentation, continuous evaluation, sharing, abstraction layers, observability, and working in products and services.
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