Clearly, everyone and their dog is thinking mobile first these days. But what's more interesting in the survey is that the majority of developers aren't looking to iOS or Android to do so.
Hacker bootcamp school Hackbright will take 10 weeks to train the moms accepted into the program. During this time, old skills will get a refresh and new skills will be taught.
Google's annual I/O developer's conference is coming up next week in San Francisco, and 6,000 lucky geeks will be flooding the Moscone Convention Center for all kinds of Google goodness: Chrome, Android, Maps, Ads, and -- of course -- Google Glass.
Cloud storage powerhouse Dropbox will host its first-ever developer conference — dubbed DBX — on July 9 in San Francisco.
Here is every new app and feature Adobe is announcing today, all in a super convenient list to help you decide what you should buy and what you can save on this time around.
The "CC" stands for Creative Cloud, Adobe's new paradigm for delivering and upgrading software that allows for creativity, collaboration, and a sense of community among like-minded professionals across the creative industries.
"We know that exploring and modifying code is one of the best ways to master markup, so this tool will be a huge help to our students as they learn."
It's a crowded market, but mobile dev "studio" service and backend-as-a-service startup FeedHenry apparently has what it takes to stand out.
Twitter is finally talking to one developer who created an advertising app he said should be shut down by the social network.
Essays, both typed and handwritten, drawings, explanations, photo-copied book pages, manifestos, scribbled side notes -- It's not an easy read, and it's even a bit unsettling in places, but it's worth reading.
Get ready for a resurrection: Mayer has brought Yahoo back from the dead, this time with gorgeous apps, cutting-edge devices, and a bright outlook for the future.
The new tools should, the company says, make it easier for mobile developers to play around with Open Graph features on smartphones and tablets. The SDKs also bring better tools for implementing Facebook Login.
Editor's Pick "There are a few things that are critically missing. One is tooling support. The second is operability. Because those two things don't exist, people are falling back to native. It's not that HTML5 isn't ready; it's that the ecosystem doesn't support it."
This launch gives developers the full Twilio bag of tricks, now with full integration with Japanese carriers. And yes, all the documentation has been translated into Japanese, too.
"They wanted a way for anyone on the team to be able to jump into the codebase immediately without having to wrestle with updating software packages or installing new libraries."
Editor's Pick AppGratis may have violated Apple guidelines, and it may not have. It's very much up to interpretation and opinion. And very obviously, having first approved and then within days rejecting AppGratis, even Apple doesn't have the same opinion all the time about the same app.
AppGratis CEO Simon Dawlat spoke out today about his flagship app being pulled from the iOS app store. And what he has to say should make every developer very, very nervous about putting apps on Apple's app store.
"Most app makers are trustworthy," the ad says. "However, in the wrong hands, who knows what they'll do with your info?"
We all know open-source software is a good thing and good people give back to their communities. This site just makes it really easy to start following through on those values.
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