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The Next Web Offers Advice on Becoming A Responsible Developer

March 28, 2016 at 5:13 pm By
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No matter what profession you are in, it’s always best to be the best you can be at the particular career. A recent article from The Next Web offers advice tailored to developers who want to be better and more responsible with their job. “Great and successful developers are often responsible but not necessarily so,” said Adam Nowak in his…

Probo Web Development Tool Promises To Save Developers Time

February 19, 2016 at 2:08 pm By

Probo.CI says that their software can allow developers to get work out easier and faster. The Probo.CI is an open source continuous integration tool that allows stakeholders to collaborate, test and review changes. “Probo spins up a test instance of your work and provides a sharable link that can be sent to all decision makers before changes are merged,” according…

Mozilla Halts Firefox OS Development for Connected Devices

February 5, 2016 at 2:05 pm By

Mozilla will be removing all apps that aren’t supporting the FireFox OS but apps will be accepted until an undetermined date. So for those who were looking forward to throwing some apps towards FireFox you might want to halt your own development as well.

Tech Skills to Have as A Developer

January 27, 2016 at 2:27 pm By

When clients are looking for web developers to bring their websites to life they don’t tend to check of the different skills that developers have. However, web developers might want to check up on their own skills and make sure they have at lest a few of the 11 tech skills that Skillcrush points out in their infographics.

Can Web Development Bring an End to Criminal Relapse?

January 18, 2016 at 2:42 pm By

When an inmate is released from prison it’s often hard to find a job that will offer enough to keep them from jumping back into criminal activity. The good jobs simply won’t hire you and the jobs that do higher might not offer much of an income. James Houston is hoping he can change that and make a difference in…

Open Web Application Security Project Adds Secure Coding Bible

January 12, 2016 at 2:36 pm By

How many apps hit the marketplace only to be called out for a number of bugs and security flaws that the developer may have accidentally overlooked? It’s not always easy to see faults in something that you’ve been working on day and night but the Open Web Application Security Project has launched a secure coding bible that could help solves…

Java Developers Have Bigger Paychecks Than Other Code Languages

January 4, 2016 at 2:22 pm By

New research coming out of the UK is showing that developers who use the Java code language have the highest average salary among other programming language. The report was released by Emolument and surveyed 1.500 developers in eight countries, according Channel Web.

The Future of Web Development

December 28, 2015 at 1:53 pm By

We’ve already discussed the fact that responsive design is going to be a big part of the future of web development. One writer suggests that along with that notion, “design elements will become more uniform” and the “semantic web will come of age.”

It’s Been 25 Years Since the Creation of the First Website

December 22, 2015 at 2:20 pm By

Today marks 25 years since the creation of the first website built by Sir Tim Berners-Lee. The total amount existing today is still up for as there are just estimates floating around in the billions. It’s a pretty large benchmark in the tech community and there has been a lot of growth from the early days of development.

Could Progressive Web Apps Be the Future of Web Development?

November 30, 2015 at 2:55 pm By

It’s safe to say that a vast majority of the web-browsing is still done on PC’s and laptops. However the amount of browsing being done on mobile phones and tablets has become enormous. This means there could be a greater shift in the development of more mobile apps steering browsers away from mobile websites that are quite frankly pretty slow.