Developers

  • Code Jam returns: Do you have what it takes?

    … of current and former participants (and fans of the competition) has grown to more than 200,000 across our Twitter, YouTube, Google+ and Facebook channels. And on any given day, you can participate in discussions about competition puzzles or get tips and tricks from past competitors. The problems are memorable. The quality of the problems keeps many…

    The Official Google Blog- 23 readers -
  • Launching new programs to help Central European startups take flight

    … Since we opened the doors of Campus Warsaw in 2015, we’ve worked hard to foster innovation in the startup and developer communities in Central and Eastern Europe. Campus, a place for entrepreneurs to grow and connect, has hosted more than 560 events and 9,000 members have joined the community--in fact, so many people have visited Campus (over…

    The Official Google Blog- 28 readers -
  • Apple: Jan. 1, 2017, Was iTunes App Store’s Biggest Day Ever

    …. We want to thank our entire developer community for the many innovative apps they have created, which, together with our products, help to truly enrich people’s lives. Apple revealed some additional stats from last year: Pokemon Go was the most downloaded app worldwide in 2016. The 2016 Apps for Earth and Games for (RED) campaigns generated more…

    AllFacebook- 29 readers -
  • Facebook’s Favorite Hacks of 2016

    … for Account Kit to its Android software-development kit also emerged from a hackathon. Facebook also detailed its work on Nuclide and Atom at its multiple-day Space Camp hackathon: Nuclide is Facebook’s open-source integrated developer environment for iOS, React Native and web development. During our three-day-long summer hackathon, one engineer decided…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 28 readers -
  • Facebook 2016 Open-Source Year in Review (Infographic)

    … Facebook launched 77 new open-source projects in 2016, yielding 60,000 commits and bringing its total to nearly 400 projects and more than 500,000 followers. Open-source developer advocate Christine Abernathy offered an overview of the social network’s 2016 open-source efforts, as well as the infographic below, in a blog post. Highlights…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 22 readers -
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