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Google Plans on Blocking Your Least Favorite Ad Formats by Default

Software developers have always been a challenging target audience for advertisers. They want marketers to advertise to them on their own terms—and when they don’t, programmers have the technical ability to block the ads they don’t want to see. So it should come as no surprise that in the 2018 State of Developer Engagement report, 72% of developers said that they use ad blockers.

Privacy by design as a feature in B2B software products

The GDPR, which will go into effect at the end of May, is not just intended to replace existing data privacy laws and harmonize the rules across the European countries but it is expressly intended to “...reshape the way organizations across the region approach data privacy.” (https://www.eugdpr.org) and how personal data has to be handled by companies. It does not just apply to entities located within the EU but to everyone who collects, uses and processes personal data from EU citizens. Personal data is defined quite broadly as “any information which may be used to identify a natural person directly or indirectly”.

7 Reasons Why Learning to Code Is Important for Kids

Many people think that the only reason to learn to code is to work as a developer. Parents often encourage their children to learn...

Coding Interviews Got Easier with Skype’s New Feature

Microsoft is testing a new feature on Skype.com that helps in conducting technical interviews. This is great news for developers worldwide who are forced...

How Vienna is Being Transformed Into a Startup Innovation Capital

WeAreDevelopers is proud to call Vienna its headquarters and contribute in making Austria’s capital a tech hub for future companies.

China Cracks Down on VPNs, This Time for Real

China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology had already promised it would take action to tighten its grip on VPNs

How to start down the path of the programmer?

The journey is long and hard. It's not for everyone.