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03 Aug 2017
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21 Technologies Transforming Software Development [65379]
Javaworld, August 3th, 2017

"The very nature of programming is evolving faster than you might think, thanks to these powerful tools...

A long time ago, developers wrote assembly code that ran fast and light. On good days, they had enough money in their budget to hire someone to toggle all those switches on the front of the machine to input their code. On bad days, they flipped the switches themselves. Life was simple: The software loaded data from memory, did some arithmetic, and sent it back. That was all..."
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24 Jul 2017
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Top 10 Programming Language Of 2017 [65170]
TechWorm, July 24th 2017

"What kind of programming skills do you need to survive in the extremely ever growing competent market always remains the burning question?

IEEE Spectrum research group, a publication of The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, a technical advocacy organization, has the answer for you. According to their 2017 IEEE Spectrum ranking published recently, Python claimed the top spot as it was the highly desirable coding skill by recruiting companies. It was followed closely by C, Java, and C++..."
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24 Jul 2017
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What Is Node.js? The Javascript Runtime Explained [65171]
InfoWorld, July 24th 2017

"Node.js is a lean, fast, cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment that is useful for both servers and desktop applications...

Scalability, latency, and throughput are key performance indicators for web servers. Keeping the latency low and the throughput high while scaling up and out is not easy. Node.js is a JavaScript runtime environment that achieves low latency and high throughput by taking a 'non-blocking' approach to serving requests. In other words, Node.js wastes no time or resources on waiting for I/O requests to return.

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20 Jun 2017
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7 Reasons To Switch To Microservices - And 5 Reasons You Might Not Succeed [64438]
CIO, June 20th 2017

"Using a microservices approach to application development can improve resilience and expedite your time to market, but breaking apps into fine-grained services offers complications. Here's what to expect...

Microservices has been making waves among forward-thinking application development organizations since the term was first coined in 2011. A few short years later, microservices is on the verge of going mainstream, as, according to a recent survey from Nginx, 36 percent of enterprises surveyed are currently using microservices, with another 26 percent in the research phase. But what exactly is microservices architecture, and is it right for your organization's culture, skills, and needs?

Here we take a look at seven reasons you should consider microservices for your next application development project - and five hurdles you'll have to clear to be successful..."
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20 Jun 2017
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Why Git Is Worth The Learning Curve [64439]
DZone, June 12th 2017

"Distributed version control systems like Git help developers collaborate and deploy faster and more easily. See why the learning curve is well worth it to use Git...

Over the last decade, distributed version control systems, like Git, have gained popularity and are regarded as the most important development tools by developers. Although the learning curve can pose a challenge, developers told us that Git enhances their ability to work together and ship faster, suggesting that managers have a real incentive to help their teams over the initial hill imposed by the transition to Git..."
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04 Jun 2017
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Worst Nightmares Of Coders And Programmers [64056]
Science Daily, June 4th 2017

"Coding is one job that appears easier than it actually is. If you are a coder, you've definitely had someone tell you how easy your job is. However, only a real programmer knows the blood and sweat that goes into making the final product. Through this process, there will be times when a coder ends up racking his brains for hours on end to figure out a solution to the jam he's in. A wise programmer once said, you're not coding if you don't bang your desk in frustration a few times. However at some point of time one will come across quite a few instances which can only be described as a nightmare..."
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