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Hiring software developers will cost you dearly

Software developers continue to be the dandy of IT, with high job demand and top salaries guaranteed.

News Scan: Security costs and DNS attacks; UK employers back software development degree; more

The top news stories for June 17, 2014.

News Scan: Wienermobile mobile app; App developers get mobile; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for June 12, including Oscar Meyer breaking into the social game, how a large portion of software developes are focusing on mobility, the latest trends in mobile for China, the expected growth of tablets in South Africa and what automakers are doing to merge their cars and wearables.

News Scan: Distrust of US cloud providers lingers; 3 CIOs named to Women to Watch list; more

The top news stories for May 21, 2014.

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.

News Scan: Cloud security still haunts SMBs; BYOD fears easing?; more

Top news for November 14, 2013. 

Spotlight: Big data jobs--recruiters prize software dev skills over BI experience

Toby Wolpe reports that companies are favoring software development skills over business intelligence skills

Spotlight: Crypton protects data even from Superman's x-ray vision

Just when you thought there was no way to stop the government from spying on you, Crypton comes to the rescue.

Smart developers, stupid code

The relationship among the developers is reflected in the code, meaning that software design is driven in part by social decisions.

Code for America builds apps for cities

Local governments around the country still make heavy use of the printed document and the file cabinet, causing no end of frustration and delay to citizens and small businesses accustomed to the speed and efficiency of online transactions. Code for America, a three-year-old non-profit, wants to make it easier for people to deal with the bureaucracy by helping usher local governments into the digital age.