Apple allows developers to jack up app subscriptions
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Without users' permission

Fruit and Nutty cargo cult Apple is going to allow app developers to jack up subscription prices without asking user’s permission.

Russian developers suspended from GitHub
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Tuesday, 19 April 2022 11:29

Russian developers suspended from GitHub


No open sauce for you

Russian software developers are reporting that their GitHub accounts are being suspended without warning if they work for or previously worked for companies under US sanctions.

Ukrainian developers working while bombs falling
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And you thought it was difficult to get out of bed this morning

Shedloads of Ukrainian developers are working through the Tsar Putin’s invasion.

Developers are furious as Apple cuts app store commission by “a whopping” three per cent
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Tame Apple press goes on the attack

The Tame Apple Press is furious after greedy developers dared to question Apple’s generosity in lopping off three per cent from the 30 per cent it takes from them for the privilege of being in its App store.

Which developers get the most cash
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Monday, 06 December 2021 13:06

Which developers get the most cash


If you bet cloud you can collect your money

This year’s highest paid software developers are those who are creating code for the cloud according to Robert Half's 2022 Salary Guide.

Developers dealing with more code than before
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No, you are not just imagining it

Developers are being forced to handle more than 100 times the amound of code that they did a decade ago.

Tech industry still favours younger developers
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Experience is a bad thing for engineers

The tech jobs marketplace at Hired.com crunched some numbers on 400,000 interview requests and job offers over the last year to produce their annual "State of Software Engineers" report and discovered that software engineers with more than ten years of experience get 20 percent fewer interview requests than engineers with four to ten years coding.

Cybersecurity software revenue to hit $27 billion by 2023
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Humanity is an insecure species

Number crunchers at PreciseSecurity.com have been flipping their abacuses and reached the conclusion that cybersecurity software revenue is expected to reach $25.1 billion in revenue this year.

Christian apps do unholy things to your data
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No one expects the Spanish Inquisition

A bunch of Christian developers have been screwing over the faithful for a decade, and no one appears to be giving a damn, according to reports from CNET.

Developers revolt against the Apple cult
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Tuesday, 20 August 2019 11:00

Developers revolt against the Apple cult


Does not treat its own Apps in the same way

A group of developers has fired off a stiffly worded missive to the Cult Leader Tim Cook saying that Apple's changes to its iOS 13 operating system will hurt their business.