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In an effort to foster transparency in the job searching process, hired.com is sharing the results of a study on salary information for software engineers. The report looks at how different tech hubs compare salary-wise and how that translates into quality of life in those markets.
For developers to build their own telephony apps they need to be able to mimic the various legs of the telephony infrastructure (switching, call routing, event notifications, and more) known as flow control. The Bandwidth API allows developers to bypass building the flow control from scratch.
In 2015, Nexmo launched a series of developer contests. The contests kicked off with a focus on open source and developers were challenged to build open source integrations that added the Nexmo Verify or Number Insight APIs. This article takes a look at the best dev projects from the past year.
When creating an IoT prototype, an easy way to start is to pick a computing module that serves as your prototype core. This article explains why the Intel Edison IoT devkit is a good choice for developing IoT prototypes and will also suggest some best practices to follow when developing for it.
This is the second part of a three part series that explores the Intel Edison compute module as either the centerpiece of an IoT prototype or as part of a production product. In this article, we list seven public APIs that make for great pairings with Edison’s capabilities.
This is the third part of a three part series that explores the Intel Edison compute module as either the centerpiece of an IoT prototype or as part of a production product. In this article, you will learn how to control the Intel Edison from a smartphone by developing your own REST API.
The release of DreamFactory 2.0, a free open source REST API platform, allows client-side developers re-use RESTful APIs across multiple projects. They can now tap into a universal data access layer to power their application since the back-end work is already taken care of.
Using deep learning to explore large datasets has become increasingly important for businesses in every industry. There are many companies and services trying to make this a tenable problem, and yet, more people are still required to munge together home-grown solutions to meet their specific needs.
It’s only natural that developers have been focused on the consumer space: apps that transform the way we communicate, get around town, and shop. We’re all consumers, right? But the Industrial Internet is magnitudes larger than the Consumer Internet and ripe with opportunity for developers.
Recent advances in natural language processing and machine learning allow digital systems to engage in conversation with their users. Speech recognition is now accurate enough to make this interaction hands free. The best new technologies will be those we don’t even notice we are using.
What is deep learning? In this article we will look at unstructured data challenges and how deep learning APIs can help address these challenges for businesses of all sizes.
In an effort to highlight small business opportunity for developers, Intuit is inviting developers to attend its annual QuickBooks Connect conference in San Jose.
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This example will explain how and why I used Nexmo to enable communications in my favorite cloud hosting environment, AWS (Amazon Web Services).
API-led connectivity is enabling "micro moment" app development, where the resulting product is part of an ecosystem rather than as self-contained apps.