The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the way people work and learn across industries, and developers are no exception to that. Although in the grand scheme of things, our data indicates that many developers have been weathering well the repercussions of an unprecedented crisis, there is much more to tell.
I had a chance to speak with Liam Arbuckle, the acting CTO of the game/web development studio/collective (100% open-source) called Signal Kinetics. Liam is based in Australia.
Our referral program counts over 2,700 developers who are quick, smart, and masterfully spreading the survey with their local developer groups and communities.
In our latest developer nation pulse report we shared data on the top five emerging areas of interest to developers. Interested in learning more about these areas? Here, we share recommended computer vision and cryptocurrency books from our friends at Packt.
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.