Online database company MongoDB is now the top dog among New York City startups.
Atlassian thinks it’s the perfect matchmaker — but not for romantic mates.
Sponsored Post The renowned Zend PHP Conference – held in Santa Clara, California from October 7-10 – is where developers and IT managers share PHP best practices, learn about emerging PHP technologies, and network with their peers.
We’re thrilled to announce that PHP creator Rasmus Lerdorf will be speaking at DevBeat, taking place November 12-13, 2013, in San Francisco.
Sponsored Post As depicted in the press, the impact of the HTML5 seems to be a battle between whether to develop native or for the Web, the reality being that these days HTML5 and CSS3 (along with the suite of java script solutions that come with CSS3) are actually changing the span of control enjoyed by developers.
Today’s acquisition will put Pivotal in a strong position to offer mobile and Web-based services to enterprise customers.
Guest Post Tomorrow, our smartest systems will instantly and masterfully oversee, optimize, manage and adapt processes that are as critical as they are complex, across a broad spectrum of industries, having taken their cues from the most ready example of a natural supercomputer we have: the human brain.
We’re thrilled to announce that Creator of Ruby on Rails David Heinemeir Hansson will be speaking at DevBeat, taking place November 12-13, 2013, in San Francisco.
Editor’s Pick These simple, obvious mistakes are ones we make over and over again. Let’s make a deal and just stop, m’kay?
Sponsored Post The trend is obvious — most new cars come with large flat-screen displays embedded in dashboards, replacing CD drives, tape decks, and analog controls. Some cars have moved toggles to touchscreens, others have created their own GPS systems. But outside of proprietary creations by brand, carmakers are taking advantage of the cloud and its vibrant arc of entertainment offerings to make driving a richer experience than ever before.
Editor’s Pick One-in-three of America’s doctors are on Doximity, and that reach is only getting bigger. Now this “Facebook-for-doctors” has released an API and announced more than 50 developer partners.
Google released its new tool for building adaptive, universally usable rich ads this morning. With Google Web Designer, hard-core animators and wet-behind-the-ears newbies can build, edit, and publish animated HTML5 ads for any platform in just minutes.
Editor's Pick “DevOps” is one of those buzzwords that nearly everyone in the tech industry feigns to understand. Few people really do. I’ve always thought it sounds like a codename for some kind of covert NSA mission.
From the mind of eccentric playboy John McAfee — founder of McAfee Antivirus — comes a “new and revolutionary technology” that will reclaim our lost privacy, he says, and restore the capability of college students to get all the free movies and music they want.
Love may just be a few clicks away, Taco Bell has a “happier” hour, and you — yes you! — have one brand-new Apple iPad unclaimed at this very moment.
We’re thrilled to announce that GitHub Co-Founder and CEO Tom Preston-Werner will be speaking at DevBeat, taking place November 12-13, 2013, in San Francisco.
Editor’s Pick Google, ad networks, ISPs, browser makers, and mobile OS vendors are fighting a massive — mostly secret — battle for control of the future of the Internet.
LeadPages, offers a library of mobile responsive HTML 5 landing pages.
Nest wants to be so much more than just a learning thermostat.
Braintree could finally help developers love PayPal — or at least give PayPal another look.
While some developers use the social network to talk about industry stuff, others use it to talk about their lives, observations, and dinner plans. Here are the 5 we love best.
Just days after BlackBerry announced a $1 billion loss, 4,500 layoffs, a buy-out offer, and a canceled earnings call, Google announced that it would be opening a new engineering office in Waterloo for its subsidiary Motorola — about 10 minutes away from BlackBerry’s head office.
iOS 7 is probably the biggest change to Apple’s mobile operating system since the move from the first iPhone to the iPhone 3G with its newfangled app store. As such, developers are wondering how to update their apps, how to use it to the fullest, and how to ensure their existing apps don’t crash on iPhone owners’ fancy new iPhone 5S and 5C’s.
Guest Post We live in an agile world, where results are driven by the end user. If a certification proves to be a vehicle for a better end-user experience, then it’s definitely worth the effort.
Samsung announced this morning that it has created the Samsung Solutions Exchange, a new ecosystem for enterprises that are adopting Android phones.
BitTorrent released its new Bundle format today in closed alpha, giving moviemakers, recording artists, authors, and anyone else who creates content a new mini-store that follows their art wherever it goes.
Two out of five software engineers working on big data solutions say that government agencies are tracking the data they’re collecting.
Today, platform-as-a-service company Engine Yard announced support for Java and added Oracle to its lineup of partners.
MetaLab, an interface design company that also produces a few products, has just unveiled a major new redesign of its collaboration app, Flow.
“The Elements products serve the consumer audience,” said product manager Bob Gager. “They like the capabilities that a lot of the pro tools have, and with Elements, we’re bringing those to life in a very consumer-friendly way.”
On Friday, Oct. 4, hundreds will gather a few steps away from Times Square in New York City for Focus 100. There, they will will something remarkable that really shouldn’t be.
Apple’s brand-new 64-bit iPhone 5S is faster than the Phone 5 in unlocking, booting, and running benchmarks … but not much faster in real-world applications, according to a side-by-side comparison test.
Java programmers can tap the power of graphics chips to get more performance.
Guest Post Mobile apps haven’t caught up with the web when it comes to helping users out.
“One of our engineers built a scale model data center with 48 Raspberry Pi PCs out of Legos for [Oracle's Java conference] JavaOne this weekend.”
The scholarship will allow ten recipients from diversity-focused technology groups to attend FutureStack13, New Relic’s conference coming up in one month and taking place in San Francisco.
BugSnag has developed an automated crash detection platform for mobile and web applications that makes it easier to identify and fix bugs.
Guest Post Scrappy entrepreneurs are always looking for an edge in the application process. However, there are no shortcuts or hacks. The YC partners are too smart for that.
Rocket Fuel landed on Wall Street with a bang this morning, with stock exploding by the end of the morning session.
Quick, name one Aussie startup.