And three things they don't, writes Holly Brockwell
The airline, which had no formal approach to APIs, needed new ways to compete in a crowded market
Holly Brockwell argues for professional mentoring as a positive choice for women in technology roles
If industry thought differently about what they want from candidates, the recruitment pool would open up, says Dr Patricia Charlton
Holly Brockwell argues that events need to offer more choice to suit different tastes and lifestyle choices
Holly Brockwell continues her rundown of the ways technology events must change to be more inclusive
Computing analyses the top earning IT roles in the UK - does your role make the cut?
Inclusion isn't just about hiring amazing women. It's also about listening to them
More work means more rest, argues Holly Brockwell
Holly Brockwell answers the inevitable question from 'That Guy'
Three in five CIOs say that the more skilled employees prefer to work for large firms
'The fact that women want to be treated equally doesn't mean we all have the same needs, and it definitely doesn't mean we have the same needs as men.' Holly Brockwell discusses how tech events need to change
Computing looks at average salaries across a range of senior technology leadership positions. Are you being paid what you deserve?
Deliveroo plans to use the investment to expand its London-based technology team
Andrea London, partner at City law firm Fletcher Day, explains employment status and why it's important to get it right in the age of the gig economy
We have become "fickle" with software says ServiceNow's Chris Pope
'They didn't take me seriously because I'm a woman' - A story of ignorance in a male-dominated industry
Marie Myers, CFO of RPA firm UiPath tells how she was ignored by sections of the industry because of her gender, and how she was paid less than a man while performing the same role
The CIO of one of the world's largest construction companies discusses his ambitious programme to centralise IT across 10 federated businesses
Computing examines the hottest IT skills for 2019, and runs through the average salaries for the top roles. Are you being paid what you're worth?
Apple devices could be banned from the US after a judge sided with Qualcomm in the latest round of the two companies' intellectual property dispute
McDonald's makes its largest acquisition of the past 20 years - with a decision-support technology company
Apple's services launch today will be punctuated by the companies, such as Netflix, that choose not to participate
Selected candidates will be paid a starting salary of between £9.50 and £10.50 per hour, and could earn up to £30,000 per year
Forty per cent of UK tech companies are losing out, warns tax consultant Mark Tighe