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Java developers better at finding and fixing problems, study reveals

A news study finds that Java developers are doing a good job at diagnosing, fixing and testing performance issues.

Big Blue buys into IoT in a big way

IBM has been embracing the Internet of Things in a big way. In its latest move, Big Blue is launching a community for IoT developers to help them connect devices to the cloud and to harness data generated from those devices.

News Scan: Is the Internet of Things over-hyped?; Attention IT managers: Mainframers need your love too; More.

The top news stories for June 30, 2015.

App developers feel overwhelmed by IoT data

I came across an interesting survey about app developers and the Internet of Things. Close to one-third of 675 app developers surveyed by Harbor Research feel "overwhelmed" by the data generated by the Internet of Things.  

News Scan: Republicans file bill to stop net neutrality rules; Alan Turing notebook sells at auction for $1 million; More

The top news stories for April 14, 2015.

Software-defined businesses need software-defined IT departments

Pivotal's Michael Cote argues that the growing adoption of cloud and custom software should drive big changes in the way IT departments look and run. 

News Scan: States scramble to block Radio Shack selling customer data; One-in-five websites revealed to have vulnerabilities; More

The top news stories for March 26, 2015.

News Scan: Open source, big data drive need for developers; Quality, staffing needs are behind increased IT outsourcing; More

The top news stories for March 20, 2015.

5 tips on how to craft APIs that developers will love

Creating a new web service for internal or public use? Here are some tips on how to create APIs that developers will love--and use.

Benefits that truly delight developers

The role of software developer was recently named "The best job in America." Doug Neumann discusses the benefits that truly score the most points in attracting and retaining these high-demand professionals.