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US Marine Corps Is Getting Into Software Development

The US Marines are launching the all-new Marine Corps Software Factory (MCSWF) to develop software for the Corps’ use.

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Why Dedicated Ephemeral Environments are Key to Successful Development

Learn more about how and why dedicated ephemeral environments are the key to successful development in the article below.

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Amazon’s Open Programming Jobs Have Dropped by 32,000+

Amazon’s open programming jobs have dropped to a paltry 299, down from 32,692 in May of 2022.

LinkedIn Automation Security: Learn How Can It Assist In Enhancing Your Business

Learn more about how LinkedIn automation security can impact your business in the informative article below.

An Introduction to Marketing Software

If you are looking to become a better marketer in the software world, look no further than this list of marketing software tips.

TrenDemon CEO: We Connect Content Marketing to Sales

The CEO of TrenDemon, Avishai Sharon, says that they created their cloud-based software solution in order to help companies prove that the marketing content they produced also achieved business goals and sales.

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Matt Welsh, CEO of, has made the bold prediction that AI will lead to “the end of programming.”

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Rust, Kotlin, Java, and Python See Huge Growth

SlashData has released its 23rd State of the Developer Nation report, and it’s good news for Rust, Kotlin, Java, and Python.

The NSA Pushes for Adoption of Memory Safe Coding Languages

The National Security Agency (NSA) is pushing for the adoption of memory safe coding languages in an effort to improve security.

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Programmers in High Demand, Called ‘the Most Scarce Commodity on the Planet’

Despite the spate of layoffs and hiring freezes, it’s still a good time to be a programmer, thanks to continued high demand.

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What’s In a Name? Linux Kernel 6.0 RC-1 Is Here

Linus Torvalds has announced the first release candidate for version 6.0 of the Linux kernel, but it’s not much different than the current 5.19.

Why Businesses Should Be Using Git for Software Development and Releases

Learn more about why businesses should be using git for software development and releases in the article below.

Why You Should Consider Using Software Composition Analysis (SCA) for Open-Source Software

There are several reasons that you should opt for using software composition analysis (SCA) in open-source software.

A Look at Software Beta Testing

If you’re a software developer, you know the role and importance of software beta testing. Learn more in the article below.

Benefits of Introducing Software and Technology in Agriculture

Farming isn’t what it used to be thanks to the introduction of technology and software…

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Miguel de Icaza, Xamarin Founder, Leaving Microsoft

Miguel de Icaza, founder of Xamarin and a developer behind the Mono framework, is leaving Microsoft.

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The Best Method to Choose a Software Development Company

Given the enormous number of software development firms out there, how do you pick the right software development company for you? Read more.

5 SaaS Development Best Practices

SaaS companies are popping up all over the place right now, trying to take advantage…

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JetBrains Releases Fleet, a Lightweight, Multi-Language IDE

JetBrains has released Fleet, a new, lightweight development IDE that supports multiple languages.

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Google Triples Linux Bug Bounties for the Next Three Months

Google has announced it is tripling its usual bug bounties for the Linux kernel for at least the next three months.