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Lambda School, a buzzy online coding bootcamp backed by big Silicon Valley names, could be placing far fewer graduates in jobs than it says


Two years ago Microsoft launched a special program to help startups get off the ground and use its cloud, and now it's giving them access to two of its fastest growing apps


Linus Torvalds, creator of the Linux operating system, warned developers not to use an Oracle-owned file system because of the company's 'litigious nature'



These Berkeley PhD students and the co-founder of buzzy $6.2 billion Databricks are tackling the next really hard problem for big data programmers


Police reportedly raided the Moscow office of NGINX after a Russian search engine giant claimed ownership of its extremely popular web server code


San Francisco is so expensive, Oracle is moving its annual mega-conference to Las Vegas instead



The 20 top tech skills that employers want and that can help you find a job, according to recruiting site Indeed


Barack Obama says that he had two big lessons for his daughters: 'be kind and be useful'


Barack Obama lays out the 3 issues he's most worried about, and the biggest one is climate change


The 10 fastest-growing programming languages, according to Microsoft-owned GitHub


The Microsoft-owned GitHub is under pressure for its work with ICE, as employees resign and activists protest its biggest event of the year


Inside Notion's 'secret' San Francisco office, where the startup hides from VCs that were literally knocking at the door and employees take their shoes off before entering



The CEO of Workato explains how a game to teach kids to code inspired his team to go from working out of his house to winning a new $70 million investment


The 10 most popular programming languages, according to the Microsoft-owned GitHub


Here’s why 8.5 million users love Visual Studio Code, the free software that’s helping Microsoft win over programmers in the cloud wars with Amazon


Looker launched its first big update since announcing it was getting acquired by Google Cloud for $2.6 billion, and it uses a key Google Cloud strategy



Lambda School is Silicon Valley's big bet on reinventing education and making student debt obsolete. But students say it's a 'cult' and they would have been better off learning on their own.


Microsoft workers are asking the company to cancel its $8 million of contracts with ICE, after their colleagues at GitHub take a stand


GitHub is facing an employee backlash as its CEO defends a $200,000 contract with ICE: 'All it does is make us complicit'


Sentry, a startup co-founded by a former Dropbox engineer that helps developers run more reliable code, just raised $40 million