No, you are not just imagining it
Developers are being forced to handle more than 100 times the amound of code that they did a decade ago.
Experience is a bad thing for engineers
The tech jobs marketplace at Hired.com crunched some numbers on 400,000 interview requests and job offers over the last year to produce their annual "State of Software Engineers" report and discovered that software engineers with more than ten years of experience get 20 percent fewer interview requests than engineers with four to ten years coding.
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.
No one expects the Spanish Inquisition
A bunch of Christian developers have been screwing over the faithful for a decade, and no one appears to be giving a damn, according to reports from CNET.
Does not treat its own Apps in the same way
A group of developers has fired off a stiffly worded missive to the Cult Leader Tim Cook saying that Apple's changes to its iOS 13 operating system will hurt their business.
Limit Theory pulled six years after a successful Kickstarter campaign
Space sim Limit Theory has been cancelled, six years after a successful crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter after the main developer ran out of steam.
After four years developer writes "Dear John" to Swift
Four years after it was released to the enthusiasic applause of the Tame Apple Press, a group of developers have been looking at the progress of Apple's programming language Swift and found that Jobs' Mob created a chocolate teapot.
Will never agree to be nice and polite
A developer publicly quit a large and popular open source project after he refused to agree to be nice to his fellow developers and was hacked off that an intern programme was only open to LGBTQ, African Americans, Hispanic and Native Americans.
… but Rust never sleeps
Software Developers really hate Perl followed by Delphi and VBA.