Developer Evolution: June 2013

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I recently returned from a brief trip to Microsoft’s TechEd conference in New Orleans. There, I talked with many folks familiar with the market about what changes they see in developers over years. I don’t mean just gray hair — I mean collectively in how developers have changed in the past few years. Of course, […]

The relevance of developers: everything is software


One of our core beliefs at Developer Media is that developers will soon be running the world. I don’t mean they’re taking over our governments, although recent news about hacker breaches and government electronic spying . The technology trends are clear: software is increasingly a part of everything in our lives. I’m writing this post, […]

English Still the Lingua Franca of the Developer Web


In a recent article, “English is No Longer The Language of the Web,” author Ethan Zuckerman, director of the MIT Center for Civic Media, wrote, that the explosive growth in Internet use around the world has dramatically reduced the amount of content in English. It’s a fascinating article, and I recommend you read it to understand […]

Mobile Developer Market Brief

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Nearly every developer is a mobile developer, even if they don’t call themselves one. Over 75% of today’s professional developers belong to the mobile developer market. The latest Developer Media survey, based on a sample of over 20 million unique monthly developers who visit our sites, suggests developers are most likely to be “mobile developers” […]

Think you’re not a Mobile Developer? Think Again.

Nearly every developer is a mobile developer, even if they don’t call themselves one. Over 75 per cent of today’s professional developers code for mobile devices. BARCELONA, February 28, 2013 — Three out of four developers are coding for mobile devices in either their spare time or as part of their full-time job, according to […]

Bite-Sized Developer Training Now Served on the New CodeProject.TV

TORONTO, ON (PRWEB) April 04, 2013 CodeProject announces CodeProject.TV, an innovative video training marketplace. CodeProject.TV enables software developers to get focused training to answer today’s question, without having to buy a subscription, or even an entire course. Videos start at under a dollar. Trainers, educators and even expert developers can offer their how-to videos as […]