Link: Oracle Kills JavaOne

Ran from 1996 to 2010 as it’s own conference, and the as part of Oracle OpenWorld. Now to be focused on more than just Java:

“Oracle Code One is our new developer conference that’s inclusive of more languages, technologies, and developer communities than other conferences.
Expect talks on Go, Rust, Python, JavaScript, and R, along with more of the great Java technical content that developers expect.”
Original source: Oracle Kills JavaOne

Link: Modeling the future enterprise: people, purpose, and profit

“One answer is in a straightforward metric—how new technologies like cloud, cognitive, mobile, IoT, mobile, etc., impact industries via the gross domestic product (GDP) by industry by region. Looking at the improvement opportunities in healthcare, energy, government, and the supply chain, among other domains, IDC has identified $18.5 trillion in annual economic value add by 2020. That’s a 25% increase in global GDP.”
Original source: Modeling the future enterprise: people, purpose, and profit

Link: Subscription businesses, McKinsey

“The subscription e-commerce market has grown by more than 100 percent a year over the past five years. The largest such retailers generated more than $2.6 billion in sales in 2016, up from a mere $57.0 million in 2011.1 Fueled by venture-capital investments, start-ups have launched these businesses in a wide range of categories, including beer and wine, child and baby items, contact lenses, cosmetics, feminine products, meal kits, pet food, razors, underwear, women’s and men’s apparel, video games, and vitamins.”
Original source: Subscription businesses, McKinsey

Link: Home Depot is launching its biggest tech hiring spree ever to protect its lead over Amazon

“Home Depot plans to add more than 1,000 new hires to its technology teams in 2018” adding to the 2,800 it already has in “technical roles.”

Types of roles:

“The hires will span roles such as software engineering, user experience design, network engineering and product management, and be located predominately in the company’s Atlanta, Austin and Dallas technology offices, the company said.”
Original source: Home Depot is launching its biggest tech hiring spree ever to protect its lead over Amazon

Link: Home Depot is launching its biggest tech hiring spree ever to protect its lead over Amazon

“Home Depot plans to add more than 1,000 new hires to its technology teams in 2018” adding to the 2,800 it already has in “technical roles.”

Types of roles:

“The hires will span roles such as software engineering, user experience design, network engineering and product management, and be located predominately in the company’s Atlanta, Austin and Dallas technology offices, the company said.”
Original source: Home Depot is launching its biggest tech hiring spree ever to protect its lead over Amazon