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Most developers know JavaScript — and want to know Go

HackerRank developer survey finds JavaScript most-known, Go most-wanted to learn, and full-stack development skills most-wanted in the job market

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The real number of open source developers

Are there really more than 40 million software developers on GitHub? Not even close

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Should open source licenses fight evil?

New open source licenses attempt to legislate what we can and cannot do with software. Problem is, that’s not open

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Software jobs pay twice the national average

Software jobs not only pay twice as much, but are growing at twice the rate of US jobs overall, report finds

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Microsoft buys jClarity to boost Java on Azure

Better performance, increased Java community engagement are the goals

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Oracle: Eclipse can’t use Java EE trademarks

But Oracle ‘remains committed’ to working with the Jakarta EE working group and Jakarta EE specification process

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OpenJDK proposal addresses scarcity of keywords for new features

Java enhancement proposal embraces hyphenated keywords for the sake of compatibility and readability

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Oracle’s and IBM’s hybrid cloud defense may not hold

The future may be in the public cloud, but AWS, Microsoft, and Google are collecting all the on-premises cash they can along the way

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Why Oracle is happy to lose to AWS and MongoDB

Open source and cloud developers lead the charge away from Oracle’s database, but they're not where Oracle makes its money

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Programming languages are now driven by corporations: Should we be worried?

Today, seemingly the only way a new programming language hits the big time is with the generous backing of a megacorp

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Open source licenses may not matter so much any more

The Open Source Initiative won't endorse SSPL, but MongoDB is going forward anyway

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Why Google Cloud’s new boss will fail like the old boss

Google's culture doesn’t care about enterprise, and replacing one seasoned enterprise exec with another won’t change that

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What IBM-Red Hat means to the cloud and developers

By buying Red Hat, IBM just bought itself a clue in hybrid cloud computing. And it just might work

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Machine learning: How to go from theory to reality

A lack of skilled people continues to stymie the AI revolution. That’s why smart companies invest as much in cultural change as technology adoption—and Google shows how

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Business can’t win without developers, but you need more

A surprising survey shows that lack of software development capabilities is the top inhibitor to business success. So, how do you fix that?

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Machine learning: When to use each method and technique

What exactly can you do with machine learning? We explain the various methods and techniques available to you

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Primer: Make sense of cognitive computing

If you’re confused about exactly what it means from an IT and business perspective, you’re not alone

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Trump's ban becomes an H-1B fight

The U.S. tech industry warned President Trump that his immigration order will hurt the U.S. economy by making it more difficult for businesses to attract overseas workers

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