Though they may not be household names like Thorpie or Lleyton, local developers rank among the world's best. In this special report, we show off some of our best talent.
By Simon Sharwood
| February 20, 2006 -- 00:42 GMT (16:42 PST)
| Topic: Developer
CBA finalising second-factor roll-out
NAB eyes three-factor authentication
Australia data centers face massive threat - dust
Sydney datacentres prep anti-dust measures
Thousands of Jenkins servers will let anonymous users become admins
Two vulnerabilities discovered and patched over the summer expose Jenkins servers to mass exploitation.
Blockchain, artificial intelligence top LinkedIn fastest-growing job categories
Blockchain may still be an emerging frontier for business, but that's not holding back a surge in skills.
Nvidia's fabulous fakes unpack the black box of AI
Amazon brings Alexa to home security systems via Security Panel Controller API
The API will let providers of home security systems offer voice controls on their devices via Alexa.
The new Lightning Web Components programming model enables developers to build reusable app components using the popular programming language.
What is the Kubernetes hybrid cloud and why it matters
Kubernetes is hotter than hot? Why? A big reason is because many companies think it's the way to the future of the cloud.
Major China company, Alibaba, joins Open Invention Network patent protection group
MS-Linux? Lindows? Could Microsoft release a desktop Linux?
Yes, yes they could. And I would no longer bet they won't. Here's why.
Opera for Android becomes an Ethereum 'blockchain browser'
Opera hopes to make cryptocurrency more than just a speculative asset.