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Voice UI is that big red “easy” button, as popularized by OfficeMax, and easy is always best. How are we going to handle the proliferation of chatbots, smart speakers and talking cars going forward?
In response to requests from developers, the latest Visual Studio 2017 updates bring a host of new capabilities aimed at ease of use.
Mozilla's latest web browser release provides new web standards support for developers, speed improvements on Windows and patches for nine security issues.
The company describes Jira Ops as a hub for modern incident management, because many response teams need a central control to find the right tools and practices to solve new-gen issues.
Complete end-to-end 5G solution brings together best-of-breed radio access, IP transport and security portfolios to simplify service providers’ next-gen mobile networks.
At the Open Source Summit, Jordan Kasper of the Defense Digital Service outlined why it makes sense for the Department of Defense and other U.S. government agencies to embrace the open-source model.
VIDEO: Angel Diaz, vice president of Developer Advocacy and Technology at IBM, discusses Big Blue's recently launched Developer portal and how it will help developers work more collaboratively.
As part of an initiative to improve customer e-commerce experiences and developer productivity, the Walmart team adopted continuous testing best practices using Selenium and Test Armada.
VIDEO: At the Open Source Summit, Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of the Linux Foundation explains how the Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII) for improving open-source code security is moving forward.
The two companies revealed at VMworld that they are launching a limited availability of VMware vCloud Availability for vCloud Director on IBM Cloud, which is designed to enable a multi-tenant VMware environment for disaster recovery.
The CarFax team considered creating a hard-coded integration between its primary apps, Jira and ServiceNow, but they quickly realized it would be a better use of resources to use a platform to create these automations.
Cypress’ microcontrollers, wireless and USB-based connectivity solutions, analog ICs and high-performance, fail-safe memories help engineers design differentiated products.