Software development complexity and the need for technical resources may be hard to find or very expensive to hire. Due to this, low-code and no-code tooling has become increasingly popular among developers today.
How businesses and developers as individuals make money from software projects is one of the most important decisions they have to make. Of all the business models and strategies available, companies and freelancers need to pick the ones that best match their market and goals.
The most fundamental term we know regarding git and data storage is repositories. Let’s first understand what a git repository is and where it stands in terms of data storage in git.
This is the second part of the exciting story of our community member, Deborah Graham. Deborah attended Apple’s WWDC and decided to put her learnings from that experience into immediate action.
Choosing a programming language can be complicated as many aspects need consideration. You might wish it was as easy as choosing between various flavors of ice cream or pizza. Ask any developer or technical manager to understand what drives popular choices in the tech world.
It is with great excitement that we are now kicking off our new section of stories coming right from our Developer Nation community members.
Our first piece comes from Deborah Graham who recently attended Apple’s WWDC and decided to put her learnings from that experience into immediate action.
Crypto, Blockchain and Web3 are buzzwords these days and while you might already hold some Bitcoin on Coinbase or Binance, you might also be wondering how you can move your career into this new industry as a developer.
The 23rd Developer Nation Survey is live and running full speed and we already have our first winners to announce! Those that were lucky enough to win one of our amazing prizes! What are the Developer Nation Prize draws? If you’re new to our prize draws: developers who take our surveys earn 100 points for every new […]
For the first episode of #DevsInTransit, our guest is Dillion Megida. Dillion is currently a developer advocate at Stream and is based in the Netherlands. Before joining Stream as a developer advocate, Dillion used to be a frontend developer based in Nigeria. This is his story.
Developers have a natural and prominent role in creating new capabilities and opportunities, but that cannot happen without a greater support infrastructure.