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Your-tech-job-just-laid-you-off.-Now-what

Your tech job just laid you off. Now what


Wednesday, June 10, 2020 by

Between March 11th and May 31st more than 600 startups have let nearly 60,000 employees go, according to Layoffs.fyi. If you’re among those, my sincere condolences. This guide should help you avoid some common pitfalls and help you get back on your feet as quickly as possible. If you’re still employed, now is a good time to get a game-plan together for wh...


Applitools-ultrafast-cross-browser-testing-hackathon

Applitools ultrafast cross browser testing hackathon


Wednesday, May 27, 2020 by

Applitools announced the industry’s first modern cross browser and cross device testing hackathon. Focused on the use of Visual AI and Ultrafast Grid, this virtual event seeks to educate and upskill developers and test automation engineers all over the world to test at incredible speeds and deliver better quality software faster and for less money than they do tod...


-The-true-potential-of-blockchain-as-seen-from-Ethan-Beard

The true potential of blockchain as seen from Ethan Beard


Wednesday, May 13, 2020 by

Ripple offers the most advanced blockchain technology for global payments that reaches a trusted, growing network of 300+ financial institutions across 40+ countries and 
six continents. Ripple’s open-source developer platform for money, Xpring, allows both crypto and non-crypto developers to integrate payments into any mobile application—with a wallet, new ...


Developer-survey-report-from-HackerEarth

Developer survey report from HackerEarth


Monday, May 4, 2020 by

HackerEarth released its first-ever developer survey report titled “Behind the Code: HackerEarth Developer Survey 2020.” The report gives employers and recruiters a look into the minds and motivations of today’s most hard-to-recruit and highly coveted talent and provides developers with insights on upskilling and career development. The survey resul...


Impact-of-Visual-AI-on-test-automation

Impact of Visual AI on test automation


Tuesday, April 7, 2020 by

Applitools, the provider of Visual AI-powered test automation, has announced an industry report that reveals the impact of Visual AI on the performance of the most popular open-source test frameworks - Cypress, Selenium, and WebdriverIO. Data was sourced from 288 quality engineers across 101 countries, spending an average of 11 hours during November 2019. This amounts t...


Informa-Tech-announces-GDC-Summer

Informa Tech announces GDC Summer


Monday, March 23, 2020 by

Informa Tech has announced GDC Summer, a three-day celebration of the art, craft, and business of game development, to be held from August 4-6 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. GDC Summer will be a unique Game Developers Conference experience but will retain the same high level of expert-led talks as the traditional GDC, along with a freestyle two-day expo show fl...


Making-hardware-easy-for-software-developers

Making hardware easy for software developers


Monday, February 17, 2020 by

Emerging developments in everything from 5G and autonomous cars to the latest in scientific research are requiring hardware that can reliably, rapidly and efficiently perform unique tasks and can be adapted to meet changing standards and specifications. In this article, Ramine Roane, vice president of AI and software at Xilinx, discusses how new and existing adaptabl...


Justin-Dolly-becomes-Chief-Security-Officer-at-Sauce-Labs

Justin Dolly becomes Chief Security Officer at Sauce Labs


Wednesday, February 12, 2020 by

Sauce Labs Inc. announced the appointment of Justin Dolly as chief security officer. A security industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience, Dolly will develop, implement, and enforce the company’s long-term security strategy, ensuring its customers have the highest level of protection to support their digital goals. The hiring of Dolly follows the rece...


Brainly-appoints-new-Chief-Product-Officer

Brainly appoints new Chief Product Officer


Tuesday, January 28, 2020 by

Brainly recently appointed Rajesh Bysani as its new Chief Product Officer (CPO). While Brainly has succeeded at establishing itself as one of the United States’ leading digital education resources, last school year the platform achieved a major landmark in its global growth: it now reaches 15 million monthly users in the U.S., which means that 20% or one-fifth ...


MuleSoft-announces-new-tools

MuleSoft announces new tools


Monday, November 25, 2019 by

MuleSoft, the provider of the platform for building application networks, has announced new tools, pre-packaged connectors, and learning modules to empower anyone to compose connected customer experiences, without writing a single line of code. Now anyone can become an Integration Trailblazer and easily connect data sources – wherever that data resides; accel...


Hackathon-to-award-over-40k-in-prizes

Hackathon to award over 40k in prizes


Monday, November 11, 2019 by

Applitools issued the “Visual AI Rockstar Hackathon” to identify and reward the top 100 functional and visual test engineers on the planet. To enter, participants must write test automation scripts against a demo web app using two separate approaches: a traditional code-based testing approach using Selenium, WebdriverIO, or Cypress and an image-based test...


National-Coding-Week-Begins

National Coding Week Begins


Tuesday, September 17, 2019 by

As summer camps and organizations like Girls Who Code and iD Tech Camps continue to rise in popularity, the interest in developing coding skills at a young age reflects the growing number of coding jobs available. It is estimated that 1 million jobs related to computer programming will remain unfilled in 2020, with the field growing 12 percent faster than the ...


Tech-salaries-in-2019-report-is-out

Tech salaries in 2019 report is out


Wednesday, June 26, 2019 by

Career marketplace Hired released its fourth annual State of Salaries research report. The data looks at tech salaries in top global business hubs and analyzes how they’ve changed, how they fare when considering the cost of living, which industries pay the most, and how race and age impact compensation. Other cities are giving SF a run for its money The aver...


What-it-takes-to-be-a-blockchain-developer

What it takes to be a blockchain developer


Monday, April 8, 2019 by

The role of a blockchain developer is much coveted, and named as the top emerging career in the US job market last year. In fact, software engineers with specialized knowledge of blockchain technology are able to command salaries as high as $175,000 USD. With mainstream adoption on the horizon and higher education institutions working to prepare the next generations of ...


Using-data-driven-design-for-mobile-games

Using data driven design for mobile games


Tuesday, April 2, 2019 by

Games Guild, a subset of MassDigi, provides marketing support to games that are being created by students and independent developers in the Worcester, MA area and beyond. Specifically, it provides support for MassDigi’s Live Studio. In this Live Studio, students obtain industry experience, acquire their names on a published title, as well as gain credits from Beck...


Making-mini-games-for-WeChat

Making mini games for WeChat's platform now possible


Tuesday, March 26, 2019 by

WeChat is now opening up its newest and powerful Mini Games platform, enabling game developers around the world to create hit games on WeChat’s unique ecosystem. Here are the proof points: The Mini Games platform has grown to more than 400 million monthly active users. The 7-day user retention rate of some the most popular Mini Games has already rockete...


Best-practices-to-avoid-being-removed-from-the-Apple-App-Store

Best practices to avoid being removed from the Apple App Store


Tuesday, March 12, 2019 by

For any app developer, developing a top-ranking app on Apple’s App Store would be a career highlight. Yet thanks to Apple doubling down on user privacy, even popular apps like Facebook have been taken offline. For developers, it’s increasingly important to stay abreast of rapidly-changing privacy, compliance and policy changes to avoid a similar fate -the dr...


Snowflake-bursting-at-the-seams-as-Netflix-hops-on

Snowflake bursting at the seams as Netflix hops on


Thursday, February 14, 2019 by

Snowflake Computing announced another year of exponential growth - but it comes alongside some interesting numbers for cloud adoption as well. The company’s 2019 financial year, which ended January 31, delivered a multitude of successes and recognition from its customers, venture capital firms and industry experts. Snowflake’s unique cloud-built arch...


Why-everyone-should-learn-to-code

Why everyone should learn to code


Monday, January 28, 2019 by

Learning how to program software isn't necessarily the easiest thing you'll ever do. In fact, it's going to be one of the hardest. Programming and code are difficult, and not just in the sense of understanding logic and syntax, but also in the way that it's a never-ending achievement because it's always evolving. Programmers never stay in one place v...


Fingerprinting-and-AI-automated-tagging-patent-emerges

Fingerprinting and AI automated tagging patent emerges


Thursday, January 24, 2019 by

Waterline Data announced it has been granted a patent for key aspects of its unique Fingerprinting and automated tagging technology, which provides for faster and easier discovery of the vast amounts of data stored in data warehouses, cloud services and databases across the enterprise. Waterline Data Fingerprinting combines big data analysis, machine learning and human ...


Game-developer-tips-and-insight-for-2019

Game developer tips and insight for 2019


Thursday, January 24, 2019 by

2019 offers promising new opportunities for game developers to reach new markets. But how can developers best capture diverse users’ attention and loyalty? Webpals Mobile, a performance-driven mobile-app user acquisition company, recently conducted a study comparing advertising driving gaming app downloads in the United States and Asia. Drawing on insights from th...


Bitcoin-donations-helping-software-students

Bitcoin donations helping software students


Friday, January 11, 2019 by

Holberton School New Haven, a two-year program training software engineers, announced a $10,000 Bitcoin donation from Scroll Network’s co-founder Nathan Pitruzzello which will be used to help qualifying students offset living expenses while attending the two-year program. Holberton is among the first schools using Blockchain to store academic certifications to ass...


Blockchain-remakes-of-popular-Atari-games-in-the-works

Blockchain remakes of popular Atari games in the works


Monday, December 24, 2018 by

Atari, an iconic consumer brand and interactive entertainment producer, announces that it has entered into a license agreement with Animoca Brands Limited, a subsidiary of Animoca Brands Corporation Limited (listed on ASX: "AB1"). The Agreement grants Animoca Brands the rights to produce and publish blockchain versions of the popular Atari mobile game titles R...


Gamification-can-transform-your-software-security-program

Gamification can transform your software security program


Tuesday, December 18, 2018 by

No matter the organization, or indeed their individual circumstances, there is one problem I have identified time and time again over the course of my career: AppSec managers, CISOs, CIOs and cybersecurity experts all over the world are rarely able to positively engage their dev teams on security best practice and training. It’s a source of conflict between teams,...


Open-source,-Kubernetes,-and-developers,-according-to-Abby-Kearns

Open source, Kubernetes, and developers, according to Abby Kearns


Monday, December 17, 2018 by

The news of IBM's pending acquisition of Red Hat and Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub may signal more industry consolidation to come. We recently had a conversation with Abby Kearns, executive director at Cloud Foundry, about the significance of these mega deals and why she believes 2019, will be the year of consolidation. Abby has a unique perspective leadin...


Get-your-hyperlocal-news-fix-with-the-Patch

Get your hyperlocal news fix with the Patch


Wednesday, November 21, 2018 by

Patch has launched a new app for iOS and Android. The Patch app allows users to subscribe to a personalized newsfeed from multiple cities and towns across the U.S. Following a soft launch earlier this year, the app already has over 233,000 downloads and averages a 4.5-star rating on both the Apple and Android app stores.   “Everyone has a different idea of ...


Twitter-and-KaiOS-take-on-KaiOSpowered-smart-feature-phones

Twitter and KaiOS take on KaiOSpowered smart feature phones


Wednesday, November 21, 2018 by

Imagine you’re a seasoned designer for smartphones working with ever-expanding resources, including memory, CPU speed, and screen resolution. Then, one day, your manager gives you an assignment to work on a device that has less of all this and doesn’t even have a touchscreen! This is what happened to some of the designers at Twitter and KaiOS, all of whom...


Retro-gaming-talk-with-Matthew-Thomas-of-Storytellers-Entertainment

Retro gaming talk with Matthew Thomas of Storytellers Entertainment


Tuesday, November 20, 2018 by

Storytellers Entertainment, an emerging game studio, seeks to revive fantasy retro gaming with its serialized fantasy based, solo-RPG. Matthew Thomas and Bill Munns are the creative heads behind their game “Imperium Omni”. Matthew grew up in Southern California, where he went to college at age 16 later on, and earned a degree in Computer Programming ...


National-Coding-Week-is-here

National Coding Week is here


Monday, September 17, 2018 by

National Coding Week is upon us. That's why we thought it would be great to compile some quotes from industry experts to talk about what they think is most important about learning how to coding - a question seen through many different lenses. “Today, software drives business. So, if an organization wants to excel, it needs to become a software-powered jugg...


Golden-rules-for-an-agile-reporting-structure

Golden rules for an agile reporting structure


Thursday, September 13, 2018 by

For the majority of organizations adopting Scrum, they are moving from a traditional team-based model to a Scrum-based approach. Traditional team models vary for every organization, but normally have the following elements: A project manager responsible for ensuring the project delivers   A line manager who individuals in the team report to. That person d...


Game-Developers-Conference-is-now-accepting-submissions

Game Developers Conference is now accepting submissions


Monday, July 23, 2018 by

UBM Tech Game Network, the organizers of the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019, are accepting submissions to present lectures, roundtables, panels and tutorials from now until Thursday, August 16th at 11:59 PM PT. This will be the 33rd edition of GDC, the world’s largest and longest-running event for game developers, and organizers are keen to feature cutting-...


Euro-Truck-Driver-2018-drops-for-Android

Euro Truck Driver 2018 drops for Android


Friday, July 13, 2018 by

Ovilex Soft has announced the release of their new Euro Truck Driver 2018 app. Available for free on the Google Play Store and coming soon to iOS, Euro Truck Driver is a successor to the original version that launched in 2015 and has been downloaded more than 20 million times. In Euro Truck Driver 2018, users experience life as a professional truck driver by choosing...


Artificial-Intelligence-in-the-public-and-private-sectors

Artificial Intelligence in the public and private sectors


Thursday, June 7, 2018 by

You're not the only one nervous about AI -in light of rapid AI growth and adoption, the U.S. Government recently held three Subcommittee Meetings designed to understand the implications posed by the widespread adoption of AI technology in the public and private sectors. So why is the US Government concerned about AI in society, and what role should it be considering...


The-future-of-Node.js:-Q&A-with-Mark-Hinkle

The future of Node.js: Q&A with Mark Hinkle


Tuesday, April 24, 2018 by

Conceived in 2015, the Node.js Foundation is focused on supporting Node.js and its related modules through an open governance model. Node.js as a technology has gone through a lot of changes in the last few years, and is becoming a staple in the enterprise. It is used across industries to build applications at any scale.Executive Director of the Node.js Foundation, Mark...


You-can-now-rent-sports-gear-with-Rental-Pal

You can now rent sports gear with Rental Pal


Monday, April 23, 2018 by

Rental Pal has announced the launch of their first mobile app, available for iOS. After a successful beta app, this all mobile-experience offers the ability for all sports enthusiasts to host gear and make extra money, including sports shops, and also allows consumers to rent extreme sports gear in the area they live through geotargeting. The mobile app is available for...