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    Facebook’s new “PHP+” language is called ‘hack’

    Ryan Daws

    Hack was born out of a necessity – and combines elements of static-type programming languages such as C or C++ with dynamic-type languages like PHP.

    About 3 weeks, 5 days ago - 0 comments - Categories: Code, Developers, Facebook, Testing
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    How to sell appropriate instrumentation to your development team

    Jon Gifford

    When code starts its “real life” in production, you need to be ahead of the curve. You need to be able to understand why something is happening when your code fails. That’s where instrumentation comes in. But how do you convince your development team to put appropriate instrumentation into practice?

    About 1 month ago - 0 comments - Categories: Code, Developers
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    Operator APIs - What developers think

    Manfred Bortenschlager

    Here is a summary of Manfred Bortenschlager's talk at the Operator API Seminar given at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona...

    About 1 month, 1 week ago - 0 comments - Categories: Android, Apple iOS, Code, Developers, Testing
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    The Past, Present, and Future of C#

    Eric Lippert

    One of the founders of C# takes a brief chronological look at the past, present and future of the language...

    About 2 months, 2 weeks ago - 2 comments - Categories: Code, Developers, Industry, Testing
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    API operations and donuts

    Manfred Bortenschlager

    Positive experiences will ultimately carry on to your end users, generating greater value to your business” - In this post, Manfred summarises some considerations relevant for managing API operations.

    About 2 months, 3 weeks ago - 0 comments - Categories: Code, Developers, Testing
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    Interview - Matt Asay: “MongoDB is the perfect fit… NoSQL in general is a better fit”

    Ryan Daws

    MongoDB was recently named "Database Management System of the Year" by DB-Engines, DeveloperTech spoke with Matt Asay about why customers should choose Mongo…

    About 3 months ago - 0 comments - Categories: Code, Developers, Industry, Platforms
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    PixlCloud CEO Raffael Marty on the importance of security visualisation

    InfoSec Institute

    Raffael Marty, the founder and CEO of PixlCloud, a next-generation data visualisation application for big data, is one of the most influential names in big data, analytics and visualisation. For more than 12 years Marty has helped Fortune 500 companies defend themselves against sophisticated adversaries and has trained organisations around the world in the art of data visualisation for security, making him a perfect choice to ask about information security, its past, its present and its future.

    About 3 months, 2 weeks ago - 0 comments - Categories: Code, Design, Developers, Security
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    How SASS can rescue front-end developers

    Kat Barstow

    SASS is a CSS pre-processor which helps developers simplify complex stylesheet requirements. It's designed to cut out repetitive tasks, speed up your workflow and help organise your styles – read on for three quick tips explaining the do's and don'ts of using it in your projects...

    About 4 months ago - 0 comments - Categories: Code, Developers, Hacking
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    The Grace Hopper Google Doodle offers a timely re-evaluation of COBOL

    James Bourne

    December 9 2013 marks the 107th birthday of Grace Hopper, one of the pioneers of computer science and creator of the COBOL programming language. The occasion has been fittingly marked with today’s Google Doodle, which depicts Hopper sat at her machine calculating her birthday through a simple equation. Given her great influence on what would become the Common Business-Oriented Language, it’s an ideal opportunity to examine the state of COBOL today.

    About 4 months, 1 week ago - 1 comment - Categories: Code, Developers
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    Jon Skeet on C#, the present and the future

    James Bourne

    There’s a trend in programming languages which will certainly please Redmond. According to latest TIOBE figures, only six of the top 20 languages are gaining popularity - and three of them are defined by Microsoft. But the only language which moved up in the top eight over the course of a year was C#, which overtook PHP into fifth position. And when DeveloperTech wanted to find out more about C#, who better to ask than Jon Skeet, currently of Google’s parish and author of C# in Depth?

    About 4 months, 2 weeks ago - 0 comments - Categories: Code, Developers, Java
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