Paul Rubens

Paul Rubens is a technology journalist based in England.

5 reasons developers love containers

Why AI will rule all UIs

Why AI will rule all UIs

Voice-controlled assistants are proliferating, and opening them to third-party app makers is proving to be a key to success — for some more than others

What is the point of learning C?

What is the point of learning C?

The C programming language is hard to learn, its popularity is waning and demand is shifting. Is there any point in learning C?

How to maximize the value of your software IP

How to maximize the value of your software IP

Your company's software could be worth a small fortune even if you no longer need it. Here's how to extract the most value from your intellectual property

Where to find the world's best programmers

Where to find the world's best programmers

The coder you need may likely be on the other side of the world, according to recent research

6 Slack alternatives worth a look

6 Slack alternatives worth a look

There’s nothing wrong with using Slack — its three million active daily users can’t all be wrong. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t another option out there that might better meet your particular needs

Why CIOs should care about click fraud

Why CIOs should care about click fraud

Click fraud is more than just a marketing problem -- it presents a real security risk to your organization, experts say

7 ways to get more from Slack

7 ways to get more from Slack

Developers share their top tips for being lazy (i.e., increasing coding efficiency) using the popular group chat app

How to be a more effective developer

How to be a more effective developer

Writing solid code doesn't take as many hours as you may think. Here's how the best get it done (hint: being lazy is a good start)

How tech giants spread open source programming love

How tech giants spread open source programming love

Industry giants like Google, Facebook, and Ericsson have already solved many of the large-scale problems that smaller companies are now facing

Who cares about Hadoop on Linux? Microsoft (yes, really)

Who cares about Hadoop on Linux? Microsoft (yes, really)

By offering big data services in its Azure cloud on Linux, Microsoft is sending several important messages to customers

5 takeaways from Adobe Flash’s death march

5 takeaways from Adobe Flash’s death march

What can developers learn from the steady decline of the once-popular multimedia platform? And what should they do to prepare for Flash’s imminent demise?

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