Git is the most popular and commonly used open-source version control system in the modern-day. However, we barely focus on the basic concepts that are the building blocks of this system. In this article, we will learn about the basic concepts that power your .git directory.
It’s time to announce the developer prize winners of our 22nd Developer Nation survey! If you’re new to our prize draws: developers who take our surveys earn 100 points for every new survey completed, plus 10 points for providing their feedback about the survey. Benefits and rewards can be found here. ?General Prize Winners $1,000 […]
Cameroon-based Derick Alangi has turned his health challenges into an opportunity to help support fellow devs in the community. Read on to find out more about him and the positive impact he hopes to have on developers.
We asked professional developers what – if anything – would make them switch jobs. It turns out many developers know their worth. Just one in ten developers say that nothing would make them leave their current employer.
We’ve been busy running our prize draws since the launch of our 22nd survey in December. Some of the prizes have already reached their destinations: “It was my first time winning a prize on the Developer Nation, and I received it before Christmas so it feels like a Christmas gift from someone special” – Akash, […]
Developer Nation has been supporting organisations with our developer surveys since 2019, with each organisation receiving donations of $2,000. Find out how.
From a common developer frustration to an award-winning company that has clients like SAP, IBM and Mentor, what does it take to turn a problem into a lucrative business? I had a chat with Greg Law who is the co-founder and CEO of undo. Greg went from founding his company in a shed to […]
We’re super excited to announce the winners of our 21st Developer Nation prize draw. Thanks to over 20,000 of you who took the time to contribute to the developer ecosystem!
The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the way people work and learn across industries, and developers are no exception to that. Although in the grand scheme of things, our data indicates that many developers have been weathering well the repercussions of an unprecedented crisis, there is much more to tell.
I had a chance to speak with Liam Arbuckle, the acting CTO of the game/web development studio/collective (100% open-source) called Signal Kinetics. Liam is based in Australia.