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Developers rise against whiteboard interviews

David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH), the creator of Ruby on Rails and founder and CTO at Basecamp, started a Twitter revolution against whiteboard interviews when he tweeted that he “would fail to write bubble sort on a whiteboard.” This confession-turned-trend has been embraced by a huge number of developers who protest the controversial whiteboard interview style.

AI and IoT go together like peanut butter and jelly

Why IoT should have an artificial intelligence layer

Combining artificial intelligence with the Internet of Things opens the world to unlimited technological potential. In this article, Rick Delgado, freelance technology writer and commentator, explores why it makes sense to add an AI layer to IoT, possibly adding new possibilities and capabilities to both technologies.

Spotlight on Women in Tech

Women in Tech survey: How diverse is the tech scene?

Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? We would like to get to the bottom of why gender diversity remains a challenge for the tech scene. Therefore, we launched a survey aimed at identifying the diversity-related issues that prevent us from achieving gender equality in technology workplaces.

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Top 10 Java stories of February

Readers loved our reminder that the Java browser plugin will be deprecated soon and wanted to learn how to build a secure REST API with Spring Data REST and Java 8. They wanted to know the answer to the question ‘How fast are the Java 8 streams?’ and to see how beautiful a Java UI can be.

Is the cloud a good choice for developers?

Storing code in the cloud: Yes or no?

Generally speaking, there are many advantages of cloud storage. In terms of development, when code is stored in the cloud rather than in a locally hosted server, all of the advantages of cloud storage of regular documents can be applied to your codebase. But there’s more than just passive storage, too.