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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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Linux Users Make Better Software Testers

An indie developer is reporting that his Linux users generate a disproportionate number of bug reports, and the reports are higher quality.

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Linux Foundation: Open Source Hiring a Top Priority

The Linux Foundation has released its 9th annual Open Source Jobs Report, and the outlook is positive for the open source job market.

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27% of C-Level Execs Know Nothing About Low-Code

Low-code may be one of the fastest growing trends in development, but over a quarter of C-level execs haven’t heard of it.

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Linux Foundation Tackles Data Collaboration With Permissive License

The Linux Foundation has announced the CDLA-Permissive-2.0 license agreement to make it easier to share AI and ML data.

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Windows 11 Will Ship With Light Mode on by Default, Not Dark Mode

Despite an announcement to the contrary, Windows 11 will ship with the more traditional light mode activated by default.

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Microsoft Releases Latest Windows 10 Feature Update

Despite unveiling Windows 11, Microsoft has just released an update to its predecessor, in the form of Windows 10 21H2.

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Windows 11 CPU Requirement Angering Users

Microsoft has announced its upcoming Windows 11 and, while there’s much to like, its CPU requirements are upsetting some users.

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Prosus Buying Stack Overflow for $1.8 Billion

Prosus has announced it is buying Stack Overflow for $1.8 billion, as it increases its focus on the online learning market.

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IBM Introduces Project CodeNet to Aid AI Code Translation

IBM is using its 2021 Think Conference to tout its advances in artificial intelligence (AI), including Project CodeNet.