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Continuous integration promises lofty benefits, automating much of the dev process and speeding up time-to-market. But as Nick Hardiman explains, it's not without its pain points.
Australia's startup ecosystem may not have the financial clout of Silicon Valley, but perhaps less could be more, with local startups encouraged to develop resilient, profitable bu...
The solar industry is booming again, and this time, it's not going to slow down. Check out these 10 statistics about the state of the industry and its growth.
There needs to be a bigger discussion about whether H1-B visas are good for the tech industry and not just tech companies.
The CIO is a difficult job to pull off, but don't make it even harder by making these mistakes. Here are 10 things to watch out for.
We may not know exactly what's going to happen in the tech world this year -- but a lot of you have strong opinions about what WON'T be happening.
Career not taking off the way you expected? The reason might lie in some of your on-the-job behavior. Steve Tobak runs through a few things NOT to do at work.
Vacations are sacred. They're for decompressing, relaxing, and having fun -- not for putting out fires back at the office. Don't let your work interfere with your downtime.
Before you accept a promotion, it's important to take a step back and reflect on the pros and cons. This week, John M. McKee shares 10 reasons why you may want to pass on a promoti...
The Linux desktop continues to become increasingly user friendly. Yet as Jack Wallen explains, some applications are not nearly as easy to configure and use as they should be.