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DeveloperWeek 2015 Award Voting is Live!


Crowd voting for DeveloperWeek awards has officially started – and will continue through January 15th!

In order to vote, please register here.

Browse products you can endorse here.

Click “Endorse” to vote for a product!

You can still nominate companies and their products for awards during the voting period up until January 10th 2014. You can nominate multiple products of a certain company. Each product can only be nominated for one category.

The winner in each category will receive an award at our VIP reception, 5 PRO passes to DeveloperWeek, and their company listed on our website / blast about award winners!

Click here to nominate a new technology.


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GETdiversity Announcement

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Hi,

Since announcing GirlDevWeek, we’ve seen an overwhelming amount of support for our diversity in tech initiatives. So, we decided to host the GETdiversity Summit + Mixer and gather companies and hirable developers in the Bay Area to discuss how to further our collective effort in promoting diversity in Silicon Valley and beyond.

Get full details here.

When:
Wednesday December 17th
5:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Where:
Visa Technology Center
One Market Street, San Francisco

What:
We will host 2 hours of talks about diversity hiring, see the schedule here.
This will be followed by a 2-hour hiring mixer with open bar!

Register Here

Passes are free for hireable developers.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Arabella

PS – Contact us about partner / sponsor opportunities for the GETdiversity Summit + Mixer. GETdiversity Summit will also be a great kick-off for organizations who want to talk to our team about getting involved in our larger GirlDevWeek next February.


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GirlDevWeek Announcement

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Hi, I’m Arabella with DeveloperWeek. Today, we’re excited to announce GirlDevweek: a conference and event series curated specifically for women in technology. Held during DeveloperWeek 2015 (February 6-12), GirlDevWeek will showcase a diverse group of people, panel talks, workshops and community gatherings for women who are building or looking to build a product and business. Diversity – especially in engineering and development – is a key topic for the tech industry. We will be curating sessions around dev education, hiring for diversity, and business topics for entrepreneurial developers. We’re looking for groups interested in hosting partner events or attracting top women developer talent: please contact us to discuss. Hope to see you at GirlDevWeek! - Arabella

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The Dev Technology Landscape

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As developers are empowered to make more influential decisions about the strategy of their company, the tools available to them are becoming equally as powerful and diverse. We at DevNetwork wanted to help explain the dev tech ecosystem with the below list (and infographic!) See the bottom of the article for our methodology – and contact us if you believe we missed an important technology! (Note – we’re limiting Version 2 to 200 total technologies so the infographic does not get overly complicated and therefore cannot include everything!)

Data Dev Technologies

are any technologies, platforms, or libraries helping developers work on or manage the data layer of their applications


Big Data Dev Platforms
Hadoop Dev Technologies
NewSQL Technologies
NoSQL Technologies
Graph Database Technologies
SQL Technologies

API Technologies

are any technologies or solutions that enable companies to deploy, manage, integrate, or market their API’s

API Infrastructure
API Services
API Middleware
API Markets / Directories

DevOps Technologies

are any solutions that help developers manage the “DevOps” layer of their technology stack including server configuration and scalability, security, and provisioning / management of libraries, frameworks, or services

Server Management
Content Delivery
Ops Management
Log management
Configuration Management

Dev Platforms

are technologies that handle the cloud hosting and DevOpps configuration of your application, letting developers build web and mobile apps without having to think about what’s going on below the application layer

Web App Platforms
Mobile App Platforms
Commercial Language Platform / Libraries

Coding Tools

include coding environments, code collaboration tools, and code version management tools which help developers store, share, and deploy each edit to their code

Version Control
Coding Environment
Code Collaboration
Open Source Code Frameworks
Open Source Code Languages
Continuous Integration

App Analytics

is provide analytics dashboards for developers to test and monitor apps at the programmatic level

Web App Analytics Technologies
App Performance Management
Mobile App Analytics
App Testing / Automation Technologies

Cloud Tools

include any specific cloud-based hosting environment or cloud-based infrastructure service

Cloud Hosting
Processing-as-a-Service
User Cloud Services

Operating System Dev

includes operating systems that are maintained by the developer community

Open Source Desktop OS
Commercial Desktop OS

Mobile Device Dev

includes mobile devices with developer platforms

A Note on Methodology

Neatly organizing the entire developer technology ecosystem is only possible in broad strokes and broad generalizations. Many of the listed technologies / companies belong in multiple categories, and we focused their categorization on the main category / subcategory that is most associated with how they market their main product(s). This landscape is not meant to be comprehensive, since there are hundreds of coding languages and frameworks we could have listed, but instead serves to group types of technologies at a high level. For simplicity’s sake, Version 2.0 will not exceed 200 technologies, which means if you submit a new technology or company, it may not get placed either because it is not itself a standalone company / organization, it is not established enough in the market, or we simply have too many technologies within that category already. We did not add API’s since there thousands of API’s across travel, social networks, news, software platforms, etc. and ProgrammableWeb already does a good job organizing API’s by category.


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