There is a pronounced shortage of developers qualified in building decentralized, scalable blockchain systems and applications. The question is, how can we provide the educational support that this new generation of logical thinkers requires?
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Last year, we talked about the love-hate relationship between banks and Fintech. Now it’s time to take this discussion forward and focus on the next phase of their collaboration. Fintech influencers Brett King and Mike Quindazzi weigh in.
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Lyn Polglaze, Director at Tranquility Halo.
DevOps is all about collaboration but it’s not always easy to put theory into practice. After we’ve solved this dilemma, we need to get past the “What is DevOps?” question and answer “Where do we start?” instead. We invited nine DevOps influencers to clear things up for you.
IoT is requiring software developers to gain a thorough understanding of not just their apps, but also the technology of things with which apps are connecting. This infographic explores how mobile app development is likely to be influenced by IoT.
Like every new technology, blockchain creates both opportunities and challenges that we need to address in order to move forward. We can, of course, wait for issues to appear and then solve them, or choose to be one step ahead and prevent them. We talked with Eugene Kyselev, Blockchain Software Developer at Mobilunity about his predictions and expectations and blockchain’s impact on business.
This shouldn’t come as a surprise since some APIs have been deprecated for ages and have been superseded by newer APIs. While some APIs are as good as gone, others are eligible for removal in a future release but they haven’t been removed from this Specification.
Whether we like it or not, blockchain and the future of FinTech are interconnected. Smart contracts and the transition from corporate to individual data ownership and privacy are just two of the changes that we’ll have to adjust to but in order to figure out how to use them to our benefit, we need to keep the conversation going. Today, we invited FinTech influencers Brett King and Mike Quindazzi to talk about where FinTech is headed.
Go is being used to create smart contracts in building blockchain — That might explain its recent demand surge
Upwork recently released its newest quarterly index of the hottest skills in the U.S. freelance job market. Go and React Native are both in top 5 while blockchain has fallen out of the top 20 list. We talked with Shoshana Deutschkron, VP of Communications & Brand for Upwork about Go’s growth, whether AngularJS will retain its position in the future and more.
JDK 10’s Rampdown Phase Two ran until February 8, which means there’s just the Release Candidate phase standing between us and the next Java version. Speaking of, the first JDK Release Candidate is here.
With only six months between releases, can anybody be surprised that a new Java version will consist entirely of small-bore incremental improvements? And when it does, can anybody be surprised when nobody seems particularly excited by it? Here, Wayne Citrin talks about the emerging problem of release fatigue.
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? In addition to the Women in Tech survey, we also launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Odion Olumhense, co-founder and COO at Ellcrys.
Although remote working is an excellent choice for many, it does come with its drawbacks. And if you decide to make the switch, it’s worth knowing exactly what you’re in for. In this article, Sean Bave, general manager & vice president of Stack Overflow Talent explains how developers should prepare before they start out on their first remote working gig.