Yesterday, Apple has officially released Swift 2.2 to everyone. This release is focusing on quicker coding and is the first official release.
This will allow us to write code easier while continuing with static type safety. This plan was proposed earlier this month in JEP.
Java Developers will officially have a year to prepare their code before modularity arrives in the new version of Java SE Development Kit 9.
After being a part-time freelancing web developer, I have taken on a challenge of cleaning up some code for a project for a client.
Cloud applications that collect and analyze our data are extremely dependent on open source software and standards for the internet of things.
Oracle has expanded the scope of its ongoing copyright battle against Android and accused Google of “destroying” the market for Java.
Wait wait wait. Stop the press. Wait right there. Did someone just announce that there is SQL Server 2016 going to be on Linux?
Microsoft has purchased Xamarin. Xamarin. We are talking about having Windows apps on Android, iOS, and so much more.
As we all know, a good doctor keeps up with medical changes, but at one hospital, the same can’t be said for the IT Staff.
I have noticed that I have been passed up for career making opportunities because the majority of my work revolved heavily around open source.
People are arguing exactly what a functional programming language is, but they are attracting developers like crazy.