Editor’s Pick Cloud-based developer tooling is still a very new and highly volatile marketplace. Here’s how we decided who’s on the rise, who’s on the downswing, and who’s capturing the future of development.
Editor’s Pick Did you know that Azure is one of the most popular tools around? It’s also one of the most disliked. The undisputed favorite among devs is Github, with Heroku and New Relic coming in a distant second and third.
Editor’s Pick With this list, we’ll name and keep track of 10 cloud-based, XaaS (everything as a service) companies that boast not only innovative products but also market momentum, cross-platform capabilities, and a forward-looking vision.
Guest Post Developers, listen up: Everything you’re doing now is about to become irrelevant. Especially when it comes to clients, servers, and end-user input.
The good news keeps on coming for cloud infrastructure company Joyent — today, its announced a new CEO, global expansion plans, and a new product.
Ryan Dahl, the hacker who brought the world Node.js, is turning over the reins to Joyent’s Isaac Schlueter.
Five years ago, a fifteen-year-old student built a website; this week, the same website won the Node Jam at Node Summit, the conference focusing on all things Node.js.
Cloud computing startup Joyent has raised a humongous $85 million round of funding, which will help the company with its plan of out-innovating Amazon in cloud computing technology.
Guest Post Node.js has been getting great press for being used to build real-time web applications and fast networking tools that help big web sites run and scale.
[vimeo 34054369 w=640 h=360] “The cloud” is a term often as nebulous as the images it evokes.
[vimeo 33248104 w=640 h=360] Hanging out with Paul Querna, a longtime Node.js core contributor and Rackspace’s systems architect, is more fun than a basket of kittens.
Node.js became the most popular code repository on Github over the holiday weekend.
“I don’t cargo cult often, but when I do, I do it with Node.js.”
Developers these days are fascinated by Node, as we recently reaffirmed with a blockbuster post on how LinkedIn used Node to make its new mobile apps.