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
Twilio intros Super SIM, Narrowband connectivity services for IoT developers
Super SIM is a mashup of Twilio's mobile core infrastructure, OTA platform, and SIM hardware and software.
Atlassian unveils completely rebuilt version of Jira
Atlassian has updated its signature product so it's more in alignment with modern software development practices.
Ubuntu Linux 18.10 arrives
Like living dangerously? Keep running Windows. Like to take a little risk? Give the new version of Ubuntu Linux 18.10 a try.
Raspberry Pi's new TV add-on is out: But there's a catch for US users
Raspberry Pi Foundation launches a Pi Zero-shaped TV add-on for the popular single-board computer.
Microsoft's GitHub: 'Kotlin for Android now fastest-growing programming language'
The number of developers hosting projects built with Google-backed Kotlin is surging.
Intel-backed startup Paperspace reinvents dev tools for an AI, cloud era
Windows 10 users: Chrome 70 means you don't need Edge, Microsoft Store to run PWAs
Chrome 70 opens up progressive web apps to Windows 10 users who don't want to use Edge or Microsoft Store.
Google, grow up: Drop the Apple-like arrogance or Chrome OS will fail
Raspberry Pi A+-sized $10 La Frite Linux board has better specs at half the price
Libre Computer's $10 La Frite board offers a cheap alternative to the Raspberry Pi A+.