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Programmers are constantly pressured to overwork themselves. These two companies have a brilliant plan to change that.
A program that pays employees $20/hour to contribute to open source projects on their off time has a smart work/life balance twist.
Apple previewed iOS 12, the latest version of its iPhone software, this week. It will be released to users during the second or third week of September, if Apple follows the pattern it has for the past few years.
Google pays as much as $283,000 for top engineering, marketing, and management talent. Here's a look at the top-paying jobs at Google.
Programmers are having a huge debate over whether they should be required to behave respectfully to each other
A programmer publicly quit a large and popular open-source project earlier this week over its requirement to behave respectfully, setting off a firestorm of debate. Even the CEO of Red Hat tells us that the open source world has got to learn to be nicer.
Engineers from Apple and Google are loving this viral Twitter challenge about describing their job in 5 words
A conference gave programmers a simple challenge: Describe programming in 5 words. And programmers came out in droves to respond.
Insider Inc. held its second-ever hackathon — these are some of the top ideas our tech teams came up with
If you were given one week to build something new or innovative that would benefit people or your company, what would you create?
Developers are excited by the prospect that AI could replace jobs.
Inside the world of Silicon Valley’s ‘coasters’ — the millionaire engineers who get paid gobs of money and barely work
We talked to engineers in Silicon Valley's "rest and vest" world, who explained how they got these gigs and how they spend their days.
No joke. Spaces vs. tabs has been called a 'holy war' for programmers. And a survey by Stack Overflow shows that the spaces people are winning.
A visually impaired programmer explains how he does it — and what he wishes more tech companies knew
Inmoji's Chris Nagle, a visually impaired programmer, says respect and empathy are key to tech startup success.