Examining the results of the 2018 Stack Overflow Developer survey

Ethics education among developers: Is it adequate?

In the year 2018, in the age of automation and Artificial Intelligence projects, the talk about ethical implications of programming becomes more relevant than ever. Do developers have an adequate understanding of the ethical considerations of their work?

Profile: Catherine Lefèvre, Associate Vice President in AT&T’s Information Management team

“Mentorship, acceptance, and trust are really important in fostering gender diversity in the workplace”

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 Catherine Lefèvre, Associate Vice President in AT&T’s Information Management team.

How to make the most out of it

Remote working: what developers need to know

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.

Time for managers to go to school

Hiring a developer? Challenge accepted!

The 2018 Developer Skills Report by HackerRank is out and loud, sparkling debates all over the programming world. In this article, I will discuss the results of talent attraction and hiring. What if I told you I have the secret to overcoming hiring challenges?