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Tax managers, data engineers, and dentists were among the jobs that topped Glassdoor's annual ranking.
A cofounder of NPM, a startup that 11 million developers rely on, has resigned in the wake of a period of employee unrest
NPM co-founder Laurie Voss has resigned. In the past months, NPM saw layoffs and an internal letter from employees demanding better working conditions
Facebook had to invent a totally new programming language, Move, for its Libra cryptocurrency project because no other language was up to the task
Facebook launched Move, a programming language specifically designed for blockchain and Libra. Move is an open source project that is now on GitHub.
Everything you need to know about React, a project started at Facebook that now helps Twitter, Pinterest, and Asana keep their apps looking good and w...
React was originally a project built at Facebook to manage its ads. Now it's used by Pinterest, Twitter, Asana, Uber, and more. Here's how it started.
Here’s how tech companies like Atlassian, Microsoft, and Red Hat are revamping their interview process for developers today
Developers are in high demand. Here's how tech companies like Atlassian, Microsoft, Red Hat, and CircleCI are conducting developer interviews.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is the fastest phone I've ever used, but I made it even faster by tweaking a simple hidden setting in Android.
These are the top 25 people who will have the most influence in tech this year, according to a survey of over 30,000 developers
Stack Overflow surveyed nearly 90,000 developers. Here's who the top 25 people who will have the most influence in tech are, according to the survey.
This CEO explains how his DevOps startup runs 15,000 clones each day and helps developers release code faster
Platform.sh CEO Fred Plais says its product runs 15,000 clones each day. It clones the applications developers build and allows them to test them.
Apple's annual developer conference, WWDC, will kick off on June 3, 2019.
He led open source projects in Microsoft’s early days of exploring it. Now he’s returning as GitHub’s new product head
GitHub just hired a new product head Shanku Niyogi, who led open source projects at Google and Microsoft. Niyogi explains why he's joining GitHub.