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We just wrapped our 15th annual Developer Relations Conference which included full days of fantastic keynotes, speakers, interactive sessions, luncheons, a reception and wonderful networking opportunities.

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Female Programmers Driven by Different Motives than Men

SANTA CRUZ, CA , April 3, 2019 –Amid a push to get more women into STEM careers, Evans Data’s newly released Developer Marketing 2019 survey report found significant differences in the reasons for... Read More →

New Survey Shows Cracks and Convergence in DevOps Today

SANTA CRUZ, CA , Feb 26, 2019 – DevOps promotes and facilitates the coordination between the software developers who create apps and the operations personnel who deploy them, but as the newly relea... Read More →

Mobile Apps Dominate Public Cloud Workloads

SANTA CRUZ, CA , Jan 8 2019 – The workload most commonly moved to a public Cloud consist of mobile apps according to 66% of Cloud developers in Evans Data’s newly released Cloud Development Survey... Read More →

ERP Tops Targets for AI Developers in Large Enterprises

SANTA CRUZ, CA , Dec 11, 2018 – Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is the top target cited by developers actively working with Artificial Intelligence, according to Evans Data’s recently released ... Read More →
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AI - Threat or Not? Software Developers' Take

Well of course AI is a hot topic in software development and in the software community in general. Developers everywhere are finding ways to incorporate one or more of the varied forms of AI including machine learning, deep learning, pattern recognition, conversational systems, real-time data analysis and more. AI adoption is everywhere. But you really know it's a hot topic when software Silicon Valley titans like Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg get into a public tiff about how AI is going to impact us. Read More →

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