Tag: programming languages

How different programming languages read and write data
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How different programming languages read and write data

Originally posted on opensource. In his article How different programming languages do the same thing, Jim Hall demonstrates how 13 different languages accomplish the same exact task with different syntax. The lesson is that programming languages tend to have many similarities, and once you know one programming language, you can learn another by figuring its syntax...

Programming languages: The latest beta preview of Python 3.10 is here
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Programming languages: The latest beta preview of Python 3.10 is here

Originally posted on techrepublic. Python 3.10.0b2 is the second of four planned beta previews for the next version of the Python programming language, due later this year. The latest beta release of the Python programming language is available, coming ahead of the anticipated release of Python 3.10 this summer. The second beta release was originally scheduled...

Bottle vs. Flask vs. Django – For Python Developers
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Bottle vs. Flask vs. Django – For Python Developers

Originally posted on betterprogramming. Know the difference and when to use each of them When it comes to Bottle, Flask, and Django, you’ll usually see only two of them described in an article at a time. However, these three tools help you accomplish similar tasks when it comes to developing web applications with Python. It...

Languages and DevOps: Network
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Languages and DevOps: Network

Originally posted on devops. It is fun to discuss the changes in network operations over the last couple decades. We’ve come full circle, and, honestly, ended up in a better place. Network specialists were super command-line wizards who kept us going, with few GUIs in sight. Everyone thought the next iteration would be GUIs, so...

Python remains most popular programming language to learn
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Python remains most popular programming language to learn

Though Python may be tops, interest is also growing in other languages, including JavaScript, C, and C++, says O’Reilly. With so many programming languages in use, professional developers and potential developers alike face a challenge in deciding where to focus their efforts. This is especially true when it comes to learning and studying a particular...

Should You Learn Javascript in 2021?
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Should You Learn Javascript in 2021?

Originally posted on hackernoon. So, you want to learn programming but you’re unsure what programming language to learn, This is a position that every programmer has been in at some point. Over the last few years, JavaScript has made a name for itself as an incredibly popular programming language, especially for beginners. You may be...

Programming language popularity: JavaScript leads – 5 million new developers since 2017
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Programming language popularity: JavaScript leads – 5 million new developers since 2017

Originally posted on zdnet. But Python has also gained 2.2 million developers over the past year while Java adds 1.7 million since 2017. avaScript remains by far the most popular programming language with developers, followed by Python and then Java, according to analyst firm SlashData’s latest survey of developers.  The company’s State of the Developer Nation...

Where programming languages are headed in 2020
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Where programming languages are headed in 2020

Originally posted on oreilly Experts discuss what’s in store for popular and growing programming languages. As we enter a new decade, we asked programming experts⁠—including several of our own O’Reilly authors and instructors⁠—for their thoughts on what’s in store for some established players and fast-growing languages. Python The biggest news this year in Python is...

What to expect in Python 3.8
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What to expect in Python 3.8

The upcoming version on Python is on its way. The Python 3.8 beta cycle begun with Python 3.8.0b1 last month. Earlier this month, the second beta was released, making Python 3.8 feature complete. Python 3.8 will go through two more planned beta release previews before the official version is released in October. According to the...

Want to Work At These Unicorns? Start With These Programming Languages
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Want to Work At These Unicorns? Start With These Programming Languages

If you’ve ever considered a career in software programming, you have likely googled a list of top programming languages to learn. Washington-based coding bootcamp Coding Dojo released a list of programming languagesused at “unicorn” startups — companies valued at least $1 billion dollars — and it includes many of the usual suspects. There is a yawning gap between...

Τop 10 programming languages for blockchain professionals
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Τop 10 programming languages for blockchain professionals

Almost every other person you meet in today’s context from the technological landscape would know about ‘Blockchain.’ As we know, blockchain is a decentralized distributed ledger which allows for the immutable storage of data over a peer-to-peer network without the need for a centralized identity. Security and transparency are the two primary features of any...

These are the top 10 programming languages in blockchain
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These are the top 10 programming languages in blockchain

e went through StackOverflow’s website to identify the most popular programming languages in blockchain Okay, okay: we all know that blockchain and cryptocurrency developers are in demand these days, but what are the most popular programming languages in blockchain development? It turns out that Ethereum‘s Solidity takes the top spot, followed by JavaScript and Java in...

These are the most insecure programming languages
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These are the most insecure programming languages

WhiteSource review of programming language security errors reveal which languages have the most security holes. The winner? C. But that’s only the start of the story. From top to bottom, technology is riddled with security errors. At the lowest level, we have hardware errors such as Intel’s Meltdown and Spectre bugs. Just above those, we have...