Coding without a Keyboard, Facebook vs Fake News, and More…
News & Opinion
- As of July 2018, Chrome will mark regular HTTP as “unsecure”
- A developer suffering from a repeated stress injury found himself in pain every time he wrote code. So, he figured out how to speak code with the help of speech-to-text software. Could this be the future of programming?
- While only loosely related to software development, WIRED’s cover story on how Facebook is handling news is a really interesting and important read
- Scammers using AI to fake speech from people you know
- Microsoft is adding progressive web apps to the its software offerings on Windows 10
- Open source is growing, especially in enterprise adoption
- What companies really contribute to open source? New methodologies using GitHub data challenge the traditional thinking of which companies are open source friendly.
- Developers are good at writing code, but often bad at helping others learn to write good code. Here’s pointers on how to coach a junior dev.
- Here are the top skills devops professionals need to have
- Microsoft .NET experts demonstrate new features coming in .NET 2.1
- Software design at the beginning of a project is perhaps the most important step in any software project
- Scott Hanselman answers “Why should I care about containers?”
- Quartz: Everyone claims agile, but few are actually doing it
- There’s a poll to rename Java EE. Oracle won’t let Eclipse Foundation call it Java anymore.
- Microsoft is ending the co-evolution of Visual Basic and C#. According to InfoWorld, Visual Basic will fall behind.
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