Microsoft used to be able to count on developers to embrace its technologies and extend its lead in the enterprise. Today that relationship is much more complicated, as evidenced by a new Stack Overflow developer survey. Let’s be clear: the new Microsoft under CEO Satya Nadella has been rejuvenating its partnership with developers for years, […]
To work today, learn Java or PHP. To write the future, learn Go, Swift or R.
Cloudability just passed $1 billion in managed cloud spending, suggesting that the cloud market may be even bigger than we thought.
How Microsoft has recreated itself to compete in the new era of mobile, wearables and the cloud.
Everybody benefits as cloud computing providers slash prices in an intense race to the bottom.
Cloud services are booming in the age of mobile but market maturity will cause consolidation.
Finally, a clear, visual, explanation of three of the most common — and most confusing — cloud-computing acronyms.
While cloud computing is a relatively new phenomenon, it’s being driven by experienced developers, much like open source before it. The reason? Such developers have been around long enough to appreciate a valuable alternative to slogging through corporate bureaucracy.