It’s a new era for our community, Developer Economics is now Developer Nation. Our vision is a software development ecosystem that listens, empowers, and supports software creators to pursue continuous learning, build future-forward solutions without compromises. We want to help you feel confident in your technology choices and included in the conversation about the future of the ecosystem.
With the help of AngularJS development tools, you can easily create a platform to promote your business—from a simple interface to comparatively complex applications. The following are top trending AngularJS platforms that are growing in popularity by the day:
Cloud-native applications need cloud-native databases to achieve the next stage of maturity and scale, but what is a cloud-native database? Let’s try to define what it means and figure out how it relates to Kubernetes.
If you are looking to learn more about Ansible, Azure, Docker, Terraform, Kubernetes, and their roles in DevOps, then this blog post is for you. We continue our series of must-read books with 7 DevOps books to read in 2021, as recommended by our friends at Packt.
Powering up your backend knowledge? Our friends at Packt have shared five backend books you should read in 2021.
We’re super excited to announce the winners of our 20th Developer Economics prize draw. Thanks to all of you who took the time to contribute to the developer ecosystem.
In the nearly fifteen years since Amazon AWS cracked open the cloud market by releasing S3 – and changed the world by doing so – there has been huge growth in the variety of cloud solutions available for developers to use. We examine the different reasons that developers give for adopting or rejecting cloud technologies. The findings shared in this post are based on the Developer Economics survey 19th edition which ran during June-August 2020 and reached more than 17,000 developers in 159 countries.
We’ve teamed up with Packt to help you discover eight must-read books that you need to add to your collection in 2021.