Will code when they go home
More than a third of software developers can’t resist the urge to code when they go home at the end of the day, according to a report compiled by French startup CodinGame.
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.
Most content developers live in the UK
A third of developers consider themselves self-taught according to a new report from French start-up CodinGame.
Austin office and Jon Masters from RedHat IBM
Nuvia is the new name that can disrupt the fallen ARM server market, and just ten days after announcing the company, it made another significant announcement. Nuvia hired Jon Carvill as Vice president of Nuvia marketing and Jon Masters from RedHat IBM as Vice President of Software and opened an office in Austin (home of AMD and Samsung).
Someone finally read Fudzilla
For a while now we have been penning stories about how buggy Apple's software is getting, but now it seems someone at the Jobs' Mob Frying Saucer has got the message.
Could this lead to Linux on the desktop?
3D software makers' move to subscription models is pushing people to use open-source software because users are fed up with the price and neurotic terms and conditions.
The IT industry’s Mr Sweary, Linus Torvalds, says he no longer considers himself a programmer these days.
Former software engineer explains what is going wrong
David Shayer, who worked as a software engineer at Apple for 18 years across iPod, the Apple Watch, and Apple's bug-tracking system Radar, among other projects, has been explaining to Apple fanboys why software standards have shot down the loo.
Orders customers to upgrade
The fruity cargo cult Apple’s inability to do basic programming is being used as a marketing tool to force users to update their software.