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
Programming language Python's 'existential threat' is app distribution: Is this the answer?
New tool aims to bring Python apps on Windows, Mac, and Linux to users who've never heard of Python.
Oracle adds dedicated Autonomous Database instances, developer tools
Raspberry Pi users: You got Pi 4, now new Raspbian takes Windows 10, iOS design cues
New Raspberry Pi OS Raspbian is out, based on Linux Debian Buster, with a revamped user interface and improved security.
LG and Qt partner up to expand webOS to automobiles and smart home devices
LG Electronics and The Qt Company will collaborate to apply webOS open source platform to automotive, robotics, and smart home devices.
SUSE Linux bridges the gap between the server and the cloud
The new SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 1 is positioned as the operating system for servers, datacenters, and the cloud.
Jobs at Apple: New engineering hub in Seattle plans to hire 2,000 employees
Apple promises to make Seattle a "key hub" for software and hardware developers.
Windows 10 slow shutdown? USB-C bug in 1809 causing minute's delay, says Microsoft
Microsoft confirms that a USB software bug can cause delays to shutdowns for Windows 10's October 2018 Update.
Demand for tech contractors continues to rise, but some skills are more sought after than others.
Microsoft: We're fighting Windows malware spread via Excel in email with bad macro
Don't enable macros, Microsoft warns, because a new malware campaign is aiming at fully patched Windows PCs.