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GitHub Desktop evolves for improved workflow support
GitHub Desktop has evolved to version 2.0, bringing more capabilities to developers that better support workflows.
Data#3 wins learning and development award two years running
Chief Learning Officer magazine’s LearningElite programme honours the best organisations for learning and development.
GitHub frees up access to unlimited private repositories
Developers who use GitHub as a repository space can save themselves a little more money.
It's official: Microsoft now owns GitHub
The US$7.5 billion deal brings Microsoft closer to the heart of developer communities; with new CEO Nat Friedman replacing former GitHub CEO and co-founder Chris Wanstrath.
The perfect place to attend a coding bootcamp
A good coding bootcamp focuses on the process of problem solving and logic building.
This is the Octoverse: GitHub contributors by the numbers
Between 2017 and 2018 there has been a 44% jump in the number of organisations using GitHub across public and private repositories.
GitHub’s ‘universe of data’ empowers developers
“These past ten years have been the most transformative in tech,” says GitHub SVP Technology Jason Warner.
GitHub for Atom launches new pull request features and emoji support
GitHub says the new features are just a few of a swath of improvements that will be coming to Atom.
Why Agile has become more prominent within projects in the manufacturing industry
In today’s increasingly competitive market, streamlining any product development process is key to a manufacturer’s success.
Enspiral Dev Academy offers scholarships to Māori & Pasifika
Up-and-coming web developers now have the chance to grab one of 23 scholarships at Enspiral Dev Academy for its full stack web development programme.
Interview: CyberArk tells why DevOps must adopt 'secure innovation by the numbers'
Elizabeth Lawler is CyberArk’s vice president of DevOps Security. She says the DevOps train is unstoppable, but security needs to be more prominent.
GitHub introduces new bot-powered learning platform
With GitHub Learning Lab, developers will learn through issues opened by a bot in a GitHub repository.
Ovum: Cloud-native development cannot be ignored by any organisation
For many, the question is no longer whether a business should venture into cloud-native, but how - Ovum has some advice for organisations.
Huawei 'committed' to helping operators capture emerging APAC markets
"Huawei stands committed to network development in emerging markets."
$250 million, new programmes and discounts to help Microsoft ISVs
Two really significant programmes have been announced by Microsoft with a major funding boost.
Apple's App Store earnings top $70 billion since its launch in 2008
Apple's global developer community has collectively earned more than $70 billion since the App Store first launched in 2008.
Three revolutionary future products from Adobe's labs
We look at three up and coming Adobe products that will blow your mind.
The secret sauce that makes Salesforce magic
We look at one of the key aspects behind the rapid rise of cloud-based business software giant Salesforce
IRD seeks feedback on software development expenditure for income tax
The IRD is seeking consultation and feedback on how software development expenditure should be classed for income tax purposes.
Optus launches Retail Assist for Australian retailers
Optus has developed Retail Assist, its newest mobile point-of-sale software for Australian retailers.
Your invite: Kicking web and application performance into high gear
Varnish Summits are a great way to learn about the famous Varnish flexibility and versatility while being a more informal way to get to know the team.
2016 the year of digital signage, integrators urged to get onboard
"Businesses have finally become comfortable with digital signage, and so pilots are now becoming large-scale rollouts."
What do teachers need? Technology professional development, apparently
"Teachers need to be capable and comfortable managing all tech in the classroom, as well as integrate these resources into their lesson plans."
Software development environment must be open, says Red Hat
“Traditional software development models are too slow for today’s employees who are looking for ways to make their jobs and lives easier, faster."