API Metrics analyzed 120m calls, across 49 locations, 4 clouds and 1,100 APIs in 2016. Wow! How do you think they did? How would your API fare? Check out the infographic below or head to the API Metrics site.
Check out this cool infographic from Vision Mobile’s State of the Developer Nation Q1 2017.
Developer SmackDown is a contest where developers share code tricks and hacks and also debate about the things you know and love. The format is a half hour Google Hangout, agilely moderated by us with a very cool prize for the coolest of the 3 or 4 contestants. Check it out: If you want to participate in one of our … Continued
Digital Health Innovators! WIP is a proud partner of the world’s top competition in digital health innovation. INTERFACE Health Challenge X 2016 is the world’s only annual competition to discover the world’s best real health problem-solving innovators. Think of this global challenge as the “Digital Health Olympic Games.” It is a fun, intense and rewarding experience. Last year, … Continued
Which IoT platforms are competing with Apple and Google? Which are the most popular cloud APIs? Does mobile, IoT or cloud development pay better? These are just some of the questions that our friends at VisionMobile tackle in their latest Developer Economics research. Take their 10-minute National Trends survey and help piece together 2015’s hottest … Continued
What is the best part of being a developer? Being a developer has two “best parts”. First is on the individual level: creating new things and troubleshooting problems are inherently rewarding processes to be involved in, and this is the everyday work of a developer. Second, on the macro level, it’s quite rewarding as well. Namely, … Continued
IBM, 4YFN (4 Years From Now), AT&T, KPN, Rogers Communications, and Vodafone have partnered together to bring you the Global Mobile Innovators Tournament, comprised of 15 virtual Challenges, five regional Demo Days and one Grand Finale! The joint ambition of IBM and 4YFN is to empower startup and developer communities around high-end accelerating technology, best-in-class IT infrastructure, an … Continued
Name: Benjamin Bojko, Location: New York Job: Senior Developer What is the best part of being a developer? Bringing static designs to life, closing the gap between engineering and concept. Spending a few hours on an interaction prototype to prove a point instead of discussing it on paper for days. Working with people that are better in … Continued
Name: Fernando Cejas. Location: Berlín. Job: Software Engineer at SoundCloud. What is the best part of being a developer? From my perspective, the best part of being a software engineer is the smart people you are surrounded by, the amount of knowledge and continuous learning you get out of it, and the big satisfaction of being able to … Continued
Caroline attended OSCON last week in Portland. The largest open source conference for developers, innovators, businesspeople, and investors. Since 1999, OSCON has been the best place on the planet to experience the open source ecosystem. Here are some of her comments about the show: Q – One thing you’ve learned attending this event? Caroline – There was a … Continued