Quake with fear developers
Analyst outfit Gartner believes that spending on low-code development technologies will grow 19.6 per cent year on year to $26.9 billion in 2023 and really low code spending growing super fast.
User data compromised
Japanese automaker Toyota and its tech subsidiary Toyota Connected have been forced to issue an apology after discovering that a contractor had left source code relating to its T-Connect services publicly exposed on GitHub.
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.
Text bomb, text bomb, you’re a text bomb
The brilliant programmers at Apple who have all sorts of problems getting a clock to tell the time have delivered an operating system which can be switched off with a text.
Uses the power of potentially dead or alive cats
China has managed to harness the power of cats who may or may not be dead to send an unbreakable quantum code from space.
Can’t code to compile, according to study
Only 36 percent of Indian software engineers can write compilable code, the Indian skills assessment company Aspiring Minds says in a report.
Developers just not interested
Code penned for the finance industry, particularly in the UK is pants according to a new study.
Hell hath no fury like a “wronged” developer
The man who fatally shot a UCLA professor in his office before turning the gun on himself was a developer who thought his teacher had nicked his code.
Hiring Android staff
It seems that Android is doing something right and its rival Apple wants to copy it.
Mechner to put it online once he extracts it