Hacker schools are intensive, time-consuming, and expensive. But their allegedly high success rates in landing grads well-paying tech jobs are making them an increasingly attractive alternative to a four-year degree.
After nearly a decade of existence, the web’s simplest formatting language, Markdown, is still growing in popularity and maturity. We talked to some of the people behind it to find out why it’s catching on.
Web applications are being built and deployed constantly, and everywhere there are startup founders with great ideas for solving common problems online. But there's a large communication chasm between developers and founders. Here's how to close it.