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Salesforce made Vlocity's founder its new chief product officer — and it highlights a key part of its strategy

Microsoft stock jumps after reporting cloud and Windows revenue that beat Wall Street estimates

An Air Force veteran who taught himself to code explains how he started a nonprofit that has educated other vets on how to get jobs in tech

Amazon Web Services reports $11.6 billion third-quarter revenue, up 29% year over year

5 enterprise tech execs discuss remote work, new cybersecurity threats, and why Asia was first to multi-cloud

Zoom is releasing a new tool to let paid users charge for admission to online events like conferences or fitness classes

Palantir is officially a public company — and investors are bidding up shares in the money-losing, 17-year-old data mining business

Online coding bootcamp Lambda School just raised $74 million, even as it loses the ability to offer its controversial income share agreements in California

Profitable Australian DevOps startup Buildkite explains how its new $28 million in funding will let it spread the word about being 'the best-kept secret in the developer tool space'

Atlassian just told employees they can work from home permanently, following Twitter and Facebook

Amazon Web Services is moving its annual re:Invent cloud conference online and making it free

Microsoft paused ad spending on Facebook and Instagram over concerns about 'inappropriate content'

Employees at billion-dollar data startup Delphix are holding a hackathon on Juneteenth to remove biased terms from their code

A Microsoft engineer is organising a conference in honour of Juneteenth to build community among Black people in tech

A former Google X employee just raised $21 million for his AI startup Streamlit, which is already being used by companies like Uber and Stitch Fix

9 tech skills that will land you a salary of $125,000 or more

Microsoft will not sell facial recognition to American police departments until there is a national law 'grounded in human rights,' President Brad Smith says

The 10 most dreaded programming languages, according to a survey of 65,000 developers

Microsoft reports quarterly revenue of $35 billion, beating Wall Street estimates as the coronavirus crisis drives demand for its cloud

Electronics manufacturing company Adafruit has seen a 90% plunge in sales during the coronavirus pandemic, but it's been able to overhaul its operations to build medical supplies for crisis relief