Govt entities turn to hackathons to boost service delivery
MTN Business App of the Year 2021 winners to win R1m
In its 10th year, the competition will be giving away R1 million in prize money to entrepreneurs and app developers with creative ideas and solution-driven apps.
Low-code: The jet fuel of agile adoption
Low-code capabilities circumvent lengthy development cycles and rigid legacy systems to rapidly produce new applications that meet immediate business needs.
First National Bank hunts for top tech talent
The bank will recruit 300 additional experts with engineering, technology and data skills to supplement its existing cohort of equivalent skills.
SA business school offers online study now, pay later
Regenesys Business School unveils Education for All, an online-based portal offering an affordable higher education qualification.
Change your life with Huawei’s Apps UP competition
Developers across Africa have until 5 September to submit entries for the 2021 HMS App Innovation Contest, Apps UP, with $200 000 in prizes up for grabs.
Microsoft rakes in $19.5bn from cloud services
The company delivers strong financial results for the quarter ended 30 June, with commercial cloud services being the stellar performer.
Guardians of product performance track app development step by step
Performance engineering is transforming software development and the job descriptions of all those engaged in it, ensuring consistent production performance results.
IT staff augmentation: Balance your workforce remotely
Keeping the balance between software development and business teams can be daunting, which is where IT staff augmentation comes in, says Jason Bramsden, MD of DVT UK.
GirlCode asks community, companies to donate spare laptops
The coding organisation appeals to organisations and individuals to donate 67 laptops for girl coders, in the spirit of Nelson Mandela month.
New functionality, languages to be added to vaccine portal
The health department reveals citizens will be able to self-schedule their COVID-19 vaccination appointments and register via their preferred language.
Invictus Capital wants SA graduates for blockchain expansion
The global fintech firm seeks to employ South African graduates, as it moves into blockchain and crypto-currency technologies.