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Developers
Working with normalised SQL Tables – a guide
The goal of this workshop post is to explain a method for working with normalised SQL data in PowerApps.
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App development
This is the Octoverse: GitHub contributors by the numbers
Between 2017 and 2018 there has been a 44% jump in the number of organisations using GitHub across public and private repositories.
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Cybersecurity
Huge vulnerabilities in software supply chain being exploited
A very exposing report has revealed breaches are rising and response times are falling, largely due to shoddy software development practices.
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App development
Progress keeps UI development accessible with latest release
Progress’ Kendo UI offers full support for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 compliance.
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Developers
Kiwi go-getters punching above weight at Microsoft event
Alongside 49 teams from 33 countries, a record-breaking three teams competed for New Zealand at the 16th annual Microsoft Imagine Cup.
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Cloud
Your developers belong in the cloud. Here’s how to get them there
Looking towards the future, the next-generation of businesses are going to be able to utilise the cloud in ways that we cannot comprehend.
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Developers
Enspiral Dev Academy offers scholarships to Māori & Pasifika
Up-and-coming web developers now have the chance to grab one of 23 scholarships at Enspiral Dev Academy for its full stack web development programme.
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DevOps
Cisco releases new tools, APIs for developers
"Cisco is building an open architecture that will power an ecosystem to accelerate intent-based networking innovation.”
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Cloud
Lessons from the XD18 panel: How the tech community is stronger together
his month, Xero kicked off its global Developer Roadshow event series, XD18, in partnership with Amazon Web Services.
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DevOps
VeeamON: New offering builds on virtual testing environment capabilities
Veeam DataLabs allows developers to use production-like workloads to validate updates, security vulnerabilities, forensics and compliance.
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Amazon Web Services / AWS
AWS launches image recognition AI for APAC developers
Amazon Rekognition makes it easy to add image analysis to applications, using powerful, deep learning-based image and face recognition.
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Open source
GitHub reveals open source project trends for 2018
Last year, 24 million people from over 200 different countries worked together on GitHub to code better and build bigger.
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Google
6 key features of VMware’s new Pivotal Container Service
Aiming to simplify the deployment and operation of Kubernetes clusters, this Kubernetes solution is for service providers and enterprise.
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Cloud
Cloudera announces launch of cloud based data warehouses
Cloudera claims this is the first data warehouse cloud service that actually brings the warehouse to the data.
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Disaster Recovery
Kasten emerges from the shadows with new data management platform
The company is backed by well-known Silicon Valley angels and executives from Google, Amazon and Facebook.
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Big Data
Big data: Red Hat's SAP Vora now on the OpenShift Container Platform
In addition, Red Hat is making its newly-launched Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions available as part of the Red Hat Developer Program.
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Developers
3 tips for building APIs so developers actually use them
Remember, experimentation is the prerequisite to innovation.
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CRM
Salesforce gives its app-development partner programme a facelift
The new and improved Salesforce AppExchange partner programme features a new business model, a new onboarding experience, and new technology tools.
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Cloud
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.
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Smartphone
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.
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Open source
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.
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ICT
Kiwis keen on ICT industry with top hires in tech sector
“The large industries hiring now reflect what we’re seeing in our economy."
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Developers
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.
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Developers
Six tips for interviewing programmers - if you’re not a technical manager
Hiring programmers is a tough job, but not an impossible one.