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Google's new OSS-Fuzz software testing service only be available at least initially for really large and critical open source projects
Google App Maker will enable developers to quickly build applications that readily integrate with G Suite applications such as Gmail, Docs and Drive, the company says.
We've been moving toward this for more than 15 years: The rise of citizen development of software apps. This is the creation—or ideation, if you will—of business applications and application features by the employees who use them. Citizen developers is a clear trend as 2016 wanes, and a specialized...
Google will work with global media giant Bertelsmann and e-learning company Udacity to administer the scholarship program to train Android developers in Europe.
Microsoft's not done causing a stir in open-source software community. The company's .NET Foundation rolls out the welcome mat for Google and Samsung.
The rumors were true. Microsoft's developer toolkit, based on the its acquisition of Xamarin, finally arrives on the Mac.
Business section of GitHub upgraded with host of new features including projects tool and code review.
Under terms of the agreement, Apigee stockholders will receive $17.40 per share in cash, for a total value of approximately $625 million.
The industry consortium is offering a reference test bed, test harness and access to its test lab to members as they develop their IoT products.
Microsoft continues to advance its strategy of providing the best tools for developers to build any application for any platform, and the results seem positive.
A recent Evans Data survey showed that North American developers consider nation-state-sponsored cyber-warfare as the primary threat to security.