On this site is archived all the content from Dr. Dobb’s that was published on the Web through December 31, 2014. – Architecture & Design


After 38 years of glory, the long run of Dr. Dobb’s has come to an end. – Design

The best tools available for creating, testing, and debugging code. – Jolt Awards

You’re about to start work on designing and publishing your product’s API. Now what? – Design

Last month, Microsoft and Google bypassed their own code hosts to post major code projects on GitHub. The once-favored hosts have begun a long, familiar decline. – Web Development

Writing solid code means knowing that when programs fail, they do so gracefully and predictably. Unit testing verifies this. – Testing

While IT is becoming more Agile, the rate of change in business requires even faster adoption of Agility. – Design

Complete clarity and constant communication of goals are as important to a product’s success as execution, perhaps more so. – Design

Developing server-side apps with the popular Node.js framework can now be done with the full support of Visual Studio IntelliSense, debugging, and project management. – Tools

December 11-12. Washington, D.C. ModevCon

March 2-6, 2015 London, UK. QCon London

March 5-8, 2015. Recife, Brazil. Tropical Ruby

March 17-19, 2015. Boston, MA. O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference

March 23-24, 2015. Palo Alto, CA. Evans Data’s 11th Annual Developer Relations Conference

April 8-16, 2015. Montreal, Canada. PyCon 2015

April 27-30, 2015. Baltimore, MD. 11th Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Conference

May 4-8, 2015. Chicago, IL. Microsoft Ignite Conference

May 12-14, 2015. Zaragoza, Spain.Protocols Plugfest Europe 2015

September 2014. Atlassian Summit 2014

September 2013. JavaOne

June 2013. JAXConf 2013

May 2013. Google I/O

October 2012. JAXLondon 2012

September 2012. Strangeloop

July 2012. Java Language Summit

June 2012. Google I/O 2012

May 2012. Atlassian Summit

May 2012 (paid). Fluent Conference

March 2012. Multicore World

July 2011. JVM Language Summit

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