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Here are 10 tips to help Java developers, in particular if your work is focused on large applications that need to be scalable and maintainable over time.
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Here's a good Monday-morning question: Can working near other developers be counterproductive?
Do remote teams boast better productivity? Developers in distributed teams supposedly work better than those in colocation, according to Ralf Westphal.
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JAX London runs 28th – 30th October, 2013, at Park Plaza Victoria, London.

October will host the 6th JAX London and we would love you to join us.

JAX’s roots remain firmly embedded in Java, but the industry is now about far more than just the language and platform alone: it's about a new generation of web technologies and cloud based services, sophisticated architectural decisions for maximum flexibility and scalability, integration of Big Data technologies, and on the client side, the rise of powerful web apps and mobile post-PC devices.

JAX London will reflect this new world with a conference featuring a nucleus of Enterprise and Core Java topics, but one that also reflects the industry’s hottest trends and considers the part Java will play.

JAX is the premier conference for developers in the Java and JVM technologies space in London.  Come and join us for 3 days that can seriously enhance your knowledge and skills.