Maybe you've made the decision to leave your job and are on an active search for your next gig. Or maybe you're passively looking to see what's out there. Either way, it's very likely that your first interaction with your next potential company is going to be with a non-technical person.
Companies like Intel, Google, Samsung, Microsoft, General Electric, Cisco, AT&T and IBM, which are already taking an active role in Internet of Things development, will soon be placing a greater emphasis on risk-mitigation with these products - and developers who can deliver on security, in addition to performance and UX, are likely to be a step ahead of the competition.
Insecure code continues to be a major cause of data breaches today. So why are so many talented developers writing "bad code"?
As we pay close attention to the war to become industry leader between Google, Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, Amazon and all of the large players within the developer landscape, we can certainly make predictions as to what Google may announce.
Quit trying to trick customers into downloading your app via incented downloads. Put your app where your customers are likely to discover it, and you will be well on your way to growing your audience with users actually interested in your app.
There isn't a shortage of developers and designers. There's a surplus of founders.
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