Tag: <span>programming</span>

The Renaissance Of No-Code For Web Designers
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The Renaissance Of No-Code For Web Designers

Originally posted on smashingmagazine. Just like during the Renaissance, we’re living in times of incredible cultural and artistic innovation. As the Internet evolves, browsers align, capabilities are added and accessibility of technology becomes easier, designers face new opportunities to create, think, and change their status with no-code tools. The word Renaissance — which means “rebirth” in...

This Week in Programming: Perl 7 Brings ‘Different, Saner, More Modern Defaults’
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This Week in Programming: Perl 7 Brings ‘Different, Saner, More Modern Defaults’

Originally posted on thenewstack. There’s an old Monty Python bit I always want to reference when it comes to wonky version numbering, and Perl certainly offers no exception. This week saw the unveiling of Perl 7, which, they write, “is going to be Perl 5.32, mostly.” As we’ve previously explored, the jump from Perl 5 to Perl 7 is...

Why Cobol is taking off
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Why Cobol is taking off

Originally posted on analyticsindiamag. Recently, in the news, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy asked for professionals who know COBOL programming language. “On our list of volunteers, not only do we need healthcare workers, we need engineers with COBOL skills,” said Phil Murphy, governor of New Jersey, in a media statement. What happened is that the state unemployment...

Challenges and Programming Languages of Artificial Intelligence
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Challenges and Programming Languages of Artificial Intelligence

Originally posted on wikipluck. Challenges of AI: AI is divided into 3 different evolutionary stages. Those are:Artificial Narrow IntelligenceArtificial General IntelligenceArtificial Super Intelligence Artificial Narrow Intelligence: Artificial Narrow Intelligence is also known as Weak AI. It involves applying artificial intelligence only to specific tasks. The many currently existing systems that claim to use AI. Those...

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...

PythonPlantsVsZombies
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PythonPlantsVsZombies

A simple PlantsVsZombies game implement plants: sunflower, peashooter, wallnut, snowpeashooter, cherrybomb, threepeashooter, chomper, puffshroom, potatomine, spikeweed, scaredyshroom, squash, scaredyshroom, jalapeno, sunShroom, iceShroom. implement zombies: zombie, flagzombie, coneheadzombie, bucketheadzombie, newspaperzombie. use json file to store level data (e.g.position and time of zombies, background info) support to select plant cards at the beginning of the level support...

Python’s Advantages and Disadvantages Summarized
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Python’s Advantages and Disadvantages Summarized

Are you a Python programmer? What are your thoughts? Python’s been gaining popularity year over the year for the past few years. In a 2019 Stack Overflow survey, Python was named the second-most beloved language of developers. Python’s often cited as being multipurpose and easy to be productive in. Its domination in machine learning and data...

Recursive Programming in a Nutshell
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Recursive Programming in a Nutshell

A brief guide to recursive programming, the elegant enumeration for loops and while loops have long been the programmer’s best friends, allowing them to repeatedly perform actions under a condition or to iterate over a list or array. Whether it be reading a feed, tokenizing input, or simply looping over an array, iterative programming has...