Python 3.9.0 stable version released

The Python 3.9.0 stable version (Python 3.9.0 final) was officially released yesterday. It contains many new features and optimizations. It is forbidden to install on Windows 7, and 64-bit installation is provided by default. program. IT Home learned that the first iteration of Python 3.9.0 alpha 1 was launched in November 2019, and it has… Continue reading Python 3.9.0 stable version released

Pylance is a new Python language server for Visual Studio Code

Microsoft has released Pylance, a new language server for Python that helps programmers write better Python code and improve IntelliSense and Visual Studio Code support for those languages. Free from the Visual Studio Marketplace, Pylance is an implementation of the language server protocol and uses Microsoft’s Pyright static type checking tool to provide various types… Continue reading Pylance is a new Python language server for Visual Studio Code

Go language is the most popular, everyone wants to have less meetings: HackerEarth 2020 developer survey results announced

HackerEarth released the 2020 developer survey report, with more than 16,000 developers from 76 countries / regions participating. The survey shows that Go is the most popular programming language this year . Whether it is a student (29%) or a professional (32%), the Go language is ranked first in the “most wanted language”. The languages… Continue reading Go language is the most popular, everyone wants to have less meetings: HackerEarth 2020 developer survey results announced

Microsoft offers free Python training videos

U.S. GDNet reported on the 4th (local time) that Microsoft released a series of videos for beginner developers, ‘Python for Beginners’ through YouTube for free. The Python series for beginners is an educational video series for beginner developers. Leading program manager Christopher Harrison and artificial intelligence (AI) gaming department Susan Ibach Business Development Manager. The… Continue reading Microsoft offers free Python training videos

C ++ 2019

Bartek, a C ++ software engineer, posted a blog reviewing the development of C ++ in 2019.Bartek mainly introduced the evolution of C ++ features in 2019, major progress in conferences around the world, improvements in related tools, and expectations for new features in C ++ 20. He summarized three major concerns: C ++ 20… Continue reading C ++ 2019

Ubuntu 19.10: It’s like fast so that “old hardware feels new”,

Ubuntu’s: 19.10 Removing like a quick “so that old hardware feels new”.Zfs file system is also supported (although it is “experimental”). The leaves are spinning. The temperature has dropped. This is a sure sign that a full fall release is upon us if we live in the northern hemisphere. But in 2019 the situation is… Continue reading Ubuntu 19.10: It’s like fast so that “old hardware feels new”,

10 fastest growing programming languages, according to Microsoft-owned GitHub

10 fastest growing programming languages, according to Microsoft-owned GitHub Each year, GitHub publishes an “octa state status” report that tracks the most popular languages and projects on the site. While traditional languages such as JavaScript and Java generally dominate the most popular lists, GitHub also tracks languages and frameworks that are rapidly increasing in use.… Continue reading 10 fastest growing programming languages, according to Microsoft-owned GitHub

Huawei’s Ark compiler will be officially open source tomorrow, more than 20 models have been adapted

Huawei EMUI announced Ark compiler open source is ready, August 31 officially open. So far, more than 20 models including Huawei and Glory have been equipped to support the Ark compiler. The model that has been adapted to the Ark compiler will have higher system fluency and responsiveness in daily use, which will bring a… Continue reading Huawei’s Ark compiler will be officially open source tomorrow, more than 20 models have been adapted

Oracle released a Microsoft VS Code developer tool to easily connect to the database

A few days ago, Oracle released a developer tool based on Microsoft Visual Studio Code, which allows developers to easily connect to Oracle databases. At present, in many enterprise-level databases, Oracle has been in a long-term leading position. For most developers, the rapid rise of Visual Studio Code in recent years is undoubtedly a very… Continue reading Oracle released a Microsoft VS Code developer tool to easily connect to the database

Should Android developers switch from Java to Kotlin? Google says the latter supports more

Google announced that the next most important thing is “Kotlin first”. More and more Android developers are also turning from Java to Kotlin. Many new Jetpack APIs and new features will be used first on Kotlin. At the same time, Google also opened up Jetpack Compose in response to the “Kotlin first” strategy at the… Continue reading Should Android developers switch from Java to Kotlin? Google says the latter supports more

PHP officially released PHP 7.1.27, PHP 7.2.16, and PHP 7.3.3 versions

PHP officially released PHP 7.1.27, PHP 7.2.16, PHP 7.3.3, these three versions of PHP can be downloaded from the PHP official website. According to the official update log, PHP 7.2 and 7.3 mainly fix database connection problems, while PHP 7.1 fixes several null pointers, memory overflows and uninitialization problems. It is worth noting that PHP… Continue reading PHP officially released PHP 7.1.27, PHP 7.2.16, and PHP 7.3.3 versions

Apple released Swift 5: Reduced iOS 12.2 application size

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The most significant change in the Apple Developer ecosystem over the past decade has been the introduction of the Swift programming language, and the next major change that may be seen on WWDC this year is the introduction of third-party UIKit applications on the Mac program. Swift, this new language was announced at WWDC 2014.… Continue reading Apple released Swift 5: Reduced iOS 12.2 application size

Java is starting to charge from 2019, no longer free?

Recently, Oracle (Oracle) announced that “after January 2019”, without the commercial license of Oracel, Java SE 8 will no longer receive public updates, and will not be used for “commercial or production.” use”. Java that has been in use for 23 years will no longer be free. What is going on? Nowadays, the Java language… Continue reading Java is starting to charge from 2019, no longer free?

December programming language rankings released: Visual Basic .Net first among the top five

TIOBE released the December 2018 programming language rankings. The most interesting part of this list is that Visual Basic .Net has reached the highest ranking in history (since the statistics since 2001) and has successfully squeezed into TOP5. At this time last year, VB.net also ranked seventh, and in February this year, its ranking was… Continue reading December programming language rankings released: Visual Basic .Net first among the top five