In the world of web development, one thing is almost certain: you will never run out of front-end frameworks.
An ideal dev environment enables developers to start coding within minutes, regardless of project or tech stack.
Developers do much more than programming - planning, communication, architecture... Many things have to happen, and decisions have to be made before the first line of code is written.
Writing almost-boilerplate APIs seemed like a waste of time and clients' money. We've tried several existing code generators and ended up writing our own from scratch.
The global study questioned more than 90,000 developers on their education, salaries, ways of work, and technologies they love and hate.
The CEO of open-source tracking tool and developer who moved to the dark side (business side) is the perfect person to talk to on the open-source business model.
Everything old is new again, and we’ve already seen some of the largest and most prominent frameworks return to the ideas and solutions of yesteryear.
We talk about the return of monolith, tools for the job, open source, and if ChatGPT will lead to better code reviews. OK, we did mention Kubernetes!
More than half of developers, 51%, said they mainly assemble code written by others, and 58% don’t feel that writing code from scratch will be required as part of their roles in the future, says Atlassian’s State of the Developer report.
Visual Studio Code (VS Code) is a code editor from the Microsoft family. It is free to use, open-source, and compatible with Windows, Linux, and macOS operating systems. VS Code falls under the same category as Atom, Sublime, and Text Wrangler, but it also has more advanced features and many regularly updated extensions.