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Brain Pickings – From incremental learning to video game skies

Brain Pickings is the series of posts revisiting stuff which has hit our inboxes. I clicked on all the clickbait, dipped into all the honeypots and browsed the web on the way to work – just for you.

Brain pickings – from GitHub to Visual Studio Code

This is the first of a series of posts revisiting stuff which has hit our inboxes. I clicked on all the clickbait, dipped into all the honeypots and browsed the web on the way to work – just for you. So, grab your favourite mug, lean back and enjoy.

Community spotlight: Women of Vienna

Today we have an interview with Kaitlyn WonJung Chang who is the COO at Kobza and The Hungry Eyes and also one of the...

Digital Prototypes Replace Test Vehicles

Simulation allows design and development of vehicle characteristics at an early stage – from the first idea through to series production https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3N8owSL-kM Career Report Simulation is considered...

How to crush your dream job interview

So you've registered to our DevJobs, completed your profile, uploaded your kickass CV, and now you've scored a job interview. Awesome! 🎉 🎉 In order to fully rock...

The Developer CV Guru

“CV’s are old school.“ “Why would anyone need a CV if you have a LinkedIn profile?” “CV just takes too long to create and then constantly...

How Videos Can Help Devs Stay Up to Date

Being a software developer is more of a calling than a career. No industry has more changes and disruptions than IT, and choosing the...

Breaking down the dominance of JavaScript

JavaScript’s popularity is a signal of a mature and robust technology with numerous practitioners and an exceptionally diverse ecosystem, which can be deployed to solve problems across a wide array of platforms. Ironically, these tools may lead to JavaScript itself declining in popularity as more focus moves to those tools, frameworks, packages and languages which make JavaScript development productive, efficient and pleasant.