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Hootsuite announces $5mil integration fund for social business apps
Funded applications will receive go-to-market support and opportunities to participate in co-marketing initiatives.
Don't open those emails, use Message Menus instead, says Slack
With Message Menus, Slack aims to help users get more work done without opening any emails.
Malware campaign targets open source developers on GitHub
Be on your guard if you’re a developer who uses GitHub – someone could be trying to infect your computer with malware.
Kiwis keen on ICT industry with top hires in tech sector
“The large industries hiring now reflect what we’re seeing in our economy."
Relative newcomer to Australia reports record growth in 2016
OutSystems announced demand for its low-code development platform has soared, causing massive growth in their ecosystem of partners and developers.
Six tips for interviewing programmers - if you’re not a technical manager
Hiring programmers is a tough job, but not an impossible one.
Expert predictions for software developments in 2017
What do we have in store for the software community in 2017? Burke Holland shared with us his expert predictions.
Satya Nadella reveals Microsoft's 'completely new world'
“When we think about technology and what changes we aspire to make, it is that broad impact that drives us."
The secret sauce that makes Salesforce magic
We look at one of the key aspects behind the rapid rise of cloud-based business software giant Salesforce
Govt calls forth Kiwi developers & data scientists for Open Data Fellowships
The government is calling forth data scientists and developers for an Open Data fellowship with Land Information NZ & The Wellington City Council.
Wantad: a Kiwi developed app
It's a live wallpaper that gets smarter the more you use it.
Demand for cloud-hosted PaaS solutions on the rise
Cloud-hosted Platform-as-a-Service solutions are becoming more popular as modern developers who work with B2B eCommerce solutions favour them.
Kiwi developer takes Artificial Intelligence to new heights
Touchpoint Group’s Ipiphany AI program pioneers simultaneous text, speech and machine learning to help customers better understand customer behaviour.
Apple gears up for its 27th annual developer conference
"There has never been a more exciting time to bring our developer community together."
HPE brings machine learning to the mainstream
"The software industry is on the cusp of a new era of breakthroughs, driven by machine learning that will power data-driven applications."
Why it's time to reconsider FileMaker
Version 14 is completely geared toward mobility and is being enthusiastically embraced in the ANZ region, according to Joel Katz, FileMaker APAC MD.
Moodle gets a makeover
“Our core goal is to support and improve education by making our teachers more effective, and Moodle continues its evolution in Moodle 2.9..."
Microsoft unveils Windows 10 software development kits
Microsoft has revealed new features in Windows 10 and unveiled a set of software development kits to help developers create apps for the platform.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference locked in
Apple will hold its 26th annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this year from June 8-12 at San Francisco’s Moscone West.
Kiwi IT professionals in short supply
Highly skilled IT professionals continue to be in short supply in New Zealand as organisations seek to improve processes and upgrade systems.
Apple shouts out to developers with new records in 2015
"Developers of all sizes, across the App Store’s 24 categories, create incredible apps for iOS, and an especially inspired segment is the newest generation of independent game creators."
Girls in Games targets budding young game developers
Media Design School is hosting the second annual Girls in Games for female students in Auckland.
Auckland Open Source event this week
The Australasian Open Source Developers Conference, one of the top conferences for developers in Asia Pacific, is heading to Auckland.
New Zealand to kick off Global Game Jam
Teams given 48 hours to conceive and create a brand new computer game as part of worldwide event.