Dev Evolution: Meet Fernando from Yeeply!

In our new blog post series Dev Evolution, we talked with Yeeply on how they overcome the challenges of building a platform that bundles certified developers for web and apps, marketing and design services.

Developer Events

Conferences, events and workshops are a great way to connect face to face with professionals who share the same passion as you. We’ve featured a selection of developer events from around the world.

How UX design helps organizations meet the needs of their customers

Successful software development companies have developed user-centered approaches and they are aware of the importance of integrating UX design with other areas of the organization in order to build a final product that is functional and usable. But how can companies be successful at this integration? Our partner, Belatrix Software, shares a few best practices.

Take the new Developer Economics Survey Q2 2018

Our semi-annual Developer Economics survey is now LIVE! Don’t miss a chance to join over 40,000 developers from 160+ countries who take part in our surveys every year to tell us about trends and shape the future of where software development is going next.

Infographic: Developers are dreaming of a smarter tomorrow

We recently published brand new State of the Developer Nation report 14th edition, based on the insights from our Developer Economics survey which ran in Q4 2017 and reached over 21,700 developers in 169 countries. We reveal developers’ thoughts on which emerging tech will have the most impact in the next 5 years, the future of serverless platforms, the most promising AR/VR hardware, and the most popular programming languages that make it all possible.

Developer Economics survey Q4 2017: the winners are announced!

It's time to announce the winners of the Developer Economics survey Q4 2017 prize draw! Congratulations to all the winners!

Developer Heroes: Amanda the Iron Woman.

My dad was a developer in the 90s so I grew up around computers. We built my first computer together in grade school and I discovered HTML and JavaScript (the early edition). I eventually moved on to PHP and, at the risk of dating myself here, made a Neopets clone. I still have the original codebase -- it was written for PHP4.

Developer Heroes: Meet Marcus from the Legion

My first experience of programming came when I was roughly 10 years old, using view-source to look at how websites were made and changing them in Notepad to see what happens. I think the first thing I completed was a DragonBall Z fan site.