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Our Latest Blog Posts

The Rise of NetBeans — Why The Increasingly Popular IDE Has Eased Java Application Development for a Network of 1M+ Active Users

Why Millions of Web App Developers Love Coding With the NetBeans IDE

Originally a student project in 1996, NetBeans has since become one of the most popular IDEs among app developers. Right out of the box, it boasts a code generator,... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
Parallels Desktop 12: In-Depth Look at How Dev Teams Can Save Testing Time and Money With the Latest Edition of the Virtualization Software

Parallels Desktop 12: Powerful Environments for Developers

In a unique position between Microsoft and Apple (and, to a lesser extent, Google and Linux), Parallels solves complex engineering and user-experience problems to... read more »
Laura Stamey
By: Laura Stamey
Vim Creator Champions Charityware: Bram Moolenaar Discusses Developing the Popular Text Editor, How He Uses It, and Version 8

Vim Creator Talks Coding Charityware & His Use of the Program Today

Celebrating 25 years of productivity and billions of lines of code written, Vim is an open-source text editor loved by millions of programmers around the world.... read more »
Laura Stamey
By: Laura Stamey
How AWS Uses Their Global Cloud Infrastructure to Offer Cost-Effective Flexibility to Users — From eCommerce Startups to Enterprise

AWS Uses Global Cloud Infrastructure to Offer Cost-Effective Flexibility

Arguably the foremost on-demand computing platform, Amazon Web Services (AWS) began as an in-house innovation that retail leader Amazon took public in 2006. The cloud... read more »
Alexandra Leslie
By: Alexandra Leslie
Member-Focused Metrics: How Real-Time and Unweighted Analytics of StatCounter and Global Stats Help Users Better Serve Site Visitors

StatCounter & Global Stats Deliver Unweighted Analytics in Real Time

Recognizing the importance of speed and performance, 16-year-old Aodhan Cullen created a lightweight tool to track traffic on his personal, business, and... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
Content Watch & Net Nanny Help You Control Your Internet Experience: How Their Dynamic Filtering Engine Eliminates Content You Don't Want

Net Nanny: Dynamic Filter Guards Against Unsavory Online Content

 With a passion for protecting Internet users from inappropriate online content, Net Nanny adapts to the new trends and technologies of Internet browsing. Instead of... read more »
Laura Stamey
By: Laura Stamey
Alexandra Leslie