Find out what pays and what doesn't for software engineers, developers, and other programming professionals.
Open source development, changing infrastructure, machine learning, and customer-first design meet in a perfect storm to shape the next massive digital transformation.
Watch highlights covering open source, open infrastructure, the business of open source, and more. From the O'Reilly OSCON Conference in Austin 2017.
Learn how to enable functional behavior in Scala code.
Discover lesser-known Python libraries that are easy to install and use, cross-platform, and applicable to more than one domain.
Take the lessons of open source and apply them across your processes, not just to development.
Learn the basics for setting up a continuous delivery pipeline in Jenkins, from modeling the pipeline to integrating the software.
Get practical knowledge on why and how to port your project to Python 3.
RxJava is a powerful library, but it has a steep learning curve. Learn RxJava by seeing how it can make asynchronous data handling in Android apps much cleaner and more flexible.
You’ve used Python for years. Do you really know it? Be brave and skin that Python. In this cut, Luciano Ramalho probes deep into special methods and the Data Model. Become fluent with idiomatic Python.
Jake VanderPlas explains Python’s essential syntax and semantics, built-in data types and structures, function definitions, control flow statements, and more, using Python 3 syntax.
Open source software is everywhere, but do you know where to start if you want to contribute, convince your manager your next project should be open source, or avoid recreating the wheel?
Making Open Work
Ben Evans is the Co-founder and Technology Fellow of jClarity, a startup which delivers performance tools to help development & ops teams. He helps to organise the London Java Community, and represents them on the Java Community Process Executive Committee where he works to define new standards for ...
Scott Meyers is one of the world's foremost experts on C++. He's best known for his chart-topping Effective C++ books—Effective Modern C++ (new!), Effective C++, More Effective C++, and Effective ST...
Jessica McKellar is a startup founder, software engineer, and open source developer living in San Francisco, California.
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