As with any good joke, the most important part is the resulting data.
As May is Mental Health Awareness Month, we wanted to see what developers are doing to decrease that stress and prioritize their own wellness. Earlier this year, we surveyed over 800 developers to see if they are happy at work and what they are doing to maintain or improve mental health.
Security needs to move from an afterthought to a primary concern in software development. Here's what shifting left looks like for real-world developers.
When your open-source project starts getting contributors, it can feel great! But as a project grows, contributors can neglect to document everything.
Top of mind for nearly every leader right now is hiring. Depending on what job board you look at, there are between 100,000 and 300,000 technical roles currently open. It’s an incredibly competitive market for top talent, and when teams are hiring quickly, one of the biggest business risks is agility. Teams can only innovate…
Standard operators make for clean, readable code. With dunder methods, you can add these operators to your own classes.
All too often, developers go deep on the wrong things, when writing documentation. A little bit of empathy can get your docs back on track.
Are the robots coming for your job? You’ve heard this question before. But in 2022, with AI increasingly ubiquitous in the lives of most coders, the issue feels more pressing.