WEB DEVELOPMENT MID-YEAR REVIEW:
- Part One: Version Control – GitHub, GitLab, and Git Mid-Year Review
- Part Two: Browsers / IDEs / Operating Systems / Command Line
2019 Python Developers Survey main highlights:
- 59% use Python for data analysis, while 51% use it for web development, 4% less than last year. However, 28% said they used Python the most for web development, followed by 18% for data analysis.
- 10% of respondents still use Python 2....
- A proposal authored by Python creator Guido van Rossum and others suggests adding pattern matching statements in Python 3.10. Unlike previous similar proposals...
- The Python Software Foundation launched...
- JetBrains released...
Other Python Tools:
- PyDev 7.6.0: fixes to parsing the Python 3.8 grammar as well as debugger improvements, including better support for PySide2.
- The first testing release of...
PHP 8's release date has changed to Nov. 26, 2020. That's around one week earlier than the original release date of Dec. 3. You can check out the revised schedule here.
PHP 8 notable proposals:
- Will feature support for named arguments.
- PHP proposal to convert the throw statement...
Other PHP Tools:
- Psalm, an open-source static analysis tool for PHP, now provides support for conditional return types. The Psalm team says...
The results of the Go Developer Survey 2019:
- Go developers develop on Linux the most (66%) and/or Mac (53%). While the survey's demographics this year...
- Go developers from small and large organizations are particularly using the language to build API/RPC services and CLIs, citing this as the most common use for the language.
- 72% say...
Other Go Tools / News:
- Codebase for...
RUBY / RUBY ON RAILS:
- Ruby 3.0 will not have...
- Ruby's new language for.
- Ruby creator Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto...
- Ruby web app framework Hanami has launched...
- Rust 1.45: Highlights include...
The Rust team released the results of its 2019 survey. Here are the highlights...
Other News / Tools:
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