Developers need to be very careful about what they post on GitHub.
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But Apple's platform is still winning the revenue race.
C is still number one on the Tiobe Index.
Mobile development firms that don't comply could have their apps rejected from the App Store.
Some other Google cloud computing services are still vulnerable to the bug.
The new feature will find malicious apps that have been sideloaded onto devices.
The German programmer says he did not introduce the vulnerability deliberately.
The agency plans to set up an online repository sometime next year.
Nearly one in five software developers are women.
Most of the major Linux distributions have issued patches for the security vulnerability.
You'll have to wait a week to sign up.
Games remain the most lucrative app category overall.
The cloud-based IDE now promises 99.9 percent uptime.
Like Google, the company will hold a lottery for tickets this year.
The former open source opponent has created a foundation to shepherd its development framework.
The same code can run on Windows PCs, tablets and phones.
Is the open source RIA tool on its way out?
Games remain the most popular type of mobile app.
Having the newest version of an OS can help prevent many crashes.
The new rules crack down on deceptive practices used by some in the mobile development industry.
The Web firms are working on getting MySQL to scale up and out.
The IDE offers a host of new features, as well as support for Java 8.
The social network is betting that virtual reality will be the next big platform.
The networking giant wants to build a "global intercloud" that could power the Internet of Things.
The percentage is even higher in China and Japan.