Topic: professional development

Windows & .NET Watch: Engineering success

Creating good software rests, first and foremost, on expert developers, the techniques they use, and the attitudes they share … continue reading

Industry Watch: Developers as HEROes

Developers operating independently within an organization can be a boon, but precautions with them must be made … continue reading

Letters to the Editor: A word of advice for job-seekers

For those looking for jobs, a reader supplies ideas to find them; another asks Andrew Binstock for a good starter Python IDE … continue reading

Students get a free pass for development tools

Groups and corporations are giving free access to software to promote learning where resources are limited … continue reading

Three non-programming books for your booklist

Aside from programming skills, developers should know how management works and how to operate in a business environment … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Developer jobs and the market

It’s tough out there for developers looking for work, even if they have much experience … continue reading

Windows & .NET Watch: Irrational upsides

Larry O’Brien discusses Dan Ariely’s new book, “Irrational Upsides,” and how it applies to coding today … continue reading

Investors shy away from software tools

While some development tool companies still see investment, the business as a whole is tough to pitch for venture capitalists … continue reading

Guest View: Giving the Ultimate Client Experience

The Ultimate Client Experience is like the recipe for a fine meal; Michelle Pope shares hers … continue reading

The Design of Design

Andrew Binstock sits down with Fred Brooks to discuss the issues facing software design teams today … continue reading

Watts Humphrey shares his ‘Reflections on Management,’ Part II

In the second part of our interview, Humphrey talks requirements and team cohesion … continue reading

Guest View: Rise of the machines: Power brokers in DevOps bonding!

Bola Rotibi shows how to bridge the gap between the increasingly complex relationship between developers and operations teams … continue reading Protection Status