Sarah Schlothauer

Sarah Schlothauer
Sarah Schlothauer is an assistant editor for She received her Bachelor's degree from Monmouth University in Long Branch, New Jersey and is currently enrolled at Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany where she is working on her Masters. She lives in Frankfurt with her husband and cat.

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Speedy Rust framework for web apps burns through the sky

If you program in Rust, we recommend trying out Rocket. This speedy open source framework is for writing web applications. The latest release has too many features and improvements to list, while the roadmap towards the future is looking brighter than ever.

Who's getting coal?

Naughty and nice holiday gift guide for developers

Need a perfect gift for a developer in your life? Don’t be caught making these gift faux pas. Whatever your reason for the season, here’s our 2018 guide for the best and worst holiday gift ideas for your favorite programmer!

Kweb creates kwebsites

Kotlin library provides the keys for building interactive web apps

Fans of Kotlin: add another library to your list. Kweb is a Kotlin library for building web applications. This little library has some tricks up its sleeves. Aren’t head over heels in love with Kotlin yet? We give you a few reasons to try this programming language out!

Back when scrolling text was cool

Don’t forget your Neopet: How fan content taught a generation coding

It’s 2002. After your PC takes five minutes to boot up, you beg your mom to get off the phone and start that dial-up connection. Like many my age, my first foray into coding was by creating fan content. Whether it was on Neopets or Livejournal, an entire generation of people first discovered what HTML stood for by their desire to create.

Top 10 growing IT career skills: Indeed report weighs in

What are the best skills to learn when looking for a career in tech? Indeed published a report that will help you narrow in your focus on what to study, what to aim for, and what to ignore. Find out the top ten in-demand skills in tech and you’ll already be one step ahead!

How small can you Go?

Golang made teeny-tiny: Go compiler for microcontrollers


Can you use Go on a microcontroller or small system? Don’t answer before you see what TinyGo can do. It’s unconventional, it’s small, it pushes the boundaries of Golang. See what this project is and how you can help it reach its future goals.

Spin me right round

Music while coding? Science says pump up the jams

Need some help entering the zone? Listening to music while programming is scientifically proven to help out productivity and raise happiness. What are programmers listening to while they work, and what do you tune into?