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

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

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