Amazon, Microsoft developers contribute most to open source in India

"Given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow," says the Linus' Law.

What the law, named in honor of Linus Torvalds, means is that the more people who can see and test a set of code, the more likely any flaws will be caught and fixed quickly - the very premise on which the concept of open source is based.

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Women in tech: There are 3 times more male engineers to females

When you Google ‘women in tech’, you are sure to stumble upon a plethora of forums and collectives clamouring for better representation of women in the technology sector.

And it’s not just an empty slogan. There’s enough evidence and research that suggests that having more females in teams fosters innovation, creativity, productivity and results in more revenue.

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Hiring Mobile Developers? Here Are 7 Statistics You Should Know.

The mobile economy is growing at an exponential rate. By 2020 the world is expected to see 4.6 billion unique mobile subscribers, consuming 30.6 exabytes of data every month. India follows suit, with the mobile industry contributing to 6.1% of our GDP in 2014.

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How to Source The Best Engineers From StackOverflow

The simplistic way to look at StackOverflow is Quora for engineers - a network where people can post queries on programming and have it answered by fellow members. StackOverflow, in reality, is an engineering repository, professional network and forum all rolled into one. Both, the questions asked and answers given are upvoted based on how useful they are for the community, maintaining a high level of quality on the site.  

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Why We Moved From Angular to React

We believe connecting great talent to great companies requires every line of our code to be special. And this is the first of many posts to come on the engineering developments from Belong.

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