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'What is defined as greenfield is really just a grain of sand on an island of technology that still needs to integrate into the greater organization.'
The company launched Salesforce Developers, which aims to make it easier to find documentation, peer help, and other resources.
As software eats the world, its stewards increasingly see themselves as catalysts of change for their organizations.
Coverity, a company specializing in software quality and security testing solutions, finds that open source programs tend to have fewer errors than proprietary programs.
Using an iOS ad identifier for anything other than its intended purpose, or not respecting a user's Limit Ad Tracking settings can lead to an apps denial or removal from the App Store - and it should.
Facebook strives for robust open source communities at its first Hack programming language developer day.
Enterprise apps are not Flappy Bird. App development requires the same care and investment as any other end-user software project.
As of the end of March, Box said its third-party developer base stands at roughly 35,000 and counting.
One portal vendor's open source journey builds on a community-based development approach.
Microsoft's Scott Guthrie talks about his new role, priorities and plans for the company's powerful Cloud & Enterprise unit in his first press Q&A since becoming part of the Microsoft senior leadership team.
Microsoft's decision to open source more of its .Net platform didn't happen overnight, or even in the past few weeks. It was a move years in the making.
Microsoft has taken steps to ease onerous restrictions that have curtailed development of business applications for Windows 8. But some say the company still hasn't gone far enough.
Survey of more than 1,000 enterprises finds widespread embrace of developer-operations team alliances, driven by cloud.
From the truth-is- stranger-than-fiction files, Microsoft -- along with its mobile-dev tool partner Xamarin -- is creating a new foundation to open source more .Net technologies.
Microsoft's 'Project N,' now officially christened '.Net Native' -- a new compiler for building faster Windows Store apps -- is available now as a developer preview.