Mendix: ‘Low-Code Achieves Mainstream Status’ In Enterprise

Mendix has released a comprehensive study of the low-code market within the enterprise, and it shows how important the technology has become.

Microsoft, Linux Foundation and Others Launch The Green Software Foundation

Microsoft, the Linux Foundation, Accenture, GitHub and ThoughtWorks have launched The Green Software Foundation to promote sustainable software development.

Huawei Founder Wants Company to Pivot to Software Amid Sanctions

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei is calling on the company to pivot to software as sanctions against its hardware business have crippled it.

Volkswagen Developing Autonomous Driving Software In-House

As automakers around the world partner up with leading tech companies, Volkswagen is taking a different approach, developing its autonomous software in-house.

COVID Has Really Impacted Aerospace… and the Air Force

COVID has really impacted the aerospace industry in this nation and nations around the world disproportionately to other industries… and the Air Force has not been exempt from these impacts.

SolarWinds Hack Was Supply Chain Attack, Says Datadog CEO

Datadog CEO Olivier Pomel discusses how the SolarWinds hack signals an increased focus by hackers to target software earlier in its development.

The Software Decade Is Now

Kevin Wang, Snowflake board member and Altimeter Capital partner, says that the next decade looking ahead is going to be the Software Decade.

AI Reshaping Wealth Management With Aiera

Ken Sena, co-founder, and CEO at Aiera discusses how Aiera is revolutionizing the use of artificial intelligence by investment analysts.

Core GitHub Features Free For Everyone

GitHub has announced that its core features, including private repositories with unlimited collaborators, are now free for all users.

All Good Things…The End of Visual Basic Nears

One of the most widely used programming languages is nearing the end of its life, as Microsoft starts winding down Visual Basic.