“I like solving problems — I don’t like programming. It’s tedious,” said the creator of PHP on stage at our DevBeat conference.
Editor’s Pick Harper Reed, CTO of Obama’s reelection campaign, tells me that Loggly helped his developers gain much-needed “visibility” into the infrastructure.
These front-end and back-end developer tools are showing strong signs of momentum, according to Mattermark.
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Data nerds will benefit from the batch of updates to BigQuery, a web service that lets developers perform interactive analysis of massive datasets.
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Firebase’s cofounder James Tamplin (pictured, left) wants to make the process of developing an app “ten times easier,” so he built a product that will do the hard work for you.
Twitter is acquiring developer tool Crashlytics, a crash-reporting tool for helping mobile developers debug their apps.
Young platform-as-a-service (PaaS) startup AppFog has reached a new milestone of 100,000 apps deployed on its service, a sign it is hitting a chord with app developers and businesses.
LinkedIn has released upgraded developer tools to stimulate application development and supply its service with enough content to keep members continually engaged on its web and mobile platforms.