I’m a software engineer at Uber and I’m voting against Prop 22

I’m a software engineer at Uber and I’m voting against Prop 22

Kurt Nelson Contributor Share on Twitter Kurt Nelson is a mobile engineer at Uber based in San Francisco. These are his personal views. I’ve been a software engineer at Uber for two years, and I’ve also been a ride-hail driver. I regularly drove for Lyft in college,...
Accessibility’s nextgen breakthroughs will be literally in your head

Accessibility’s nextgen breakthroughs will be literally in your head

Jim Fruchterman Contributor Share on Twitter Jim Fruchterman is the founder of Tech Matters and Benetech, nonprofit developers of technology for social good. More posts by this contributor A $6 trillion wake up call for the tech industry Predicting the future of...
Are high churn rates depressing earnings for app developers?

Are high churn rates depressing earnings for app developers?

Jacob Eiting Contributor Share on Twitter Jacob Eiting is CEO of RevenueCat, a platform for managing cross-platform in-app purchases, products and subscribers and analyzing in-app-purchase data. Ever since Apple opened up subscription monetization to more apps in 2016...
I’m a software engineer at Uber and I’m voting against Prop 22

5 steps for building a thriving developer community

Bear Douglas Contributor Share on Twitter Bear Douglas leads Developer Relations at Slack, where she and her team help developers build more pleasant and productive ways to work. Elizabeth Kinsey Contributor Share on Twitter Elizabeth Kinsey is a Senior Marketing...

Artificial intelligence can contribute to a safer world

We all see the headlines nearly every day. A drone disrupting the airspace in one of the world’s busiest airports, putting aircraft at risk (and inconveniencing hundreds of thousands of passengers) or attacks on critical infrastructure. Or a shooting in a place of...