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Announcing ‘TypeScript Roadmap’ for January 2019- June 2019

Today, Daniel Rosenwasser, the Program Manager of TypeScript, released a roadmap to be followed for TypeScript starting from January 2019 to June 2019. This...

GitHub was down first working day of 2019, hacker claims DDoS

This Wednesday, GitHub pages were non-functional as there was some instability in their servers. A hacker claimed that he performed a DDoS attack on...
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Introducing Coconut for making functional programming in Python simpler

Adding to the list of Python-like programming languages is Coconut that allows developers write simple and elegant functional code, while using the familiar Python...
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Scratch 3.0 released

Scratch 3.0 was released yesterday. Scratch is an environment aimed to teach basic programming logic to kids with blocks and cartoon-ish characters and scenes....
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18 people in tech every programmer and software engineer needs to follow in 2019

After a tumultuous 2018 in tech, it's vital that you surround yourself with a variety of opinions and experiences in 2019 if you're to...
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Haiku beta released with package management, a new preflet, webkit and more

On Tuesday, the team at Haiku released Haiku beta, an open-source operating system that specifically targets personal computing. It is inspired by the BeOS...
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Apache NetBeans IDE 10.0 released with support for JDK 11, JUnit 5 and more!

Yesterday, the team at Apache NetBeans released Apache NetBeans IDE 10.0, an integrated development environment for Java. This release focuses on adding support for...
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SpaceVim 1.0.0 released with improved error key bindings, better align feature and more

Yesterday, the team at SpaceVim released the first stable version of SpaceVim v1.0.0, a distribution of the vim editor that manages collections of plugins...

Ruby 2.6.0 released with a new JIT compiler

Ruby 2.6.0 was released yesterday and brings a new JIT compiler. The new version also has the RubyVM::AbstractSyntaxTree module. The new JIT compiler in Ruby...

Italian researchers conduct an experiment to prove that quantum communication is possible on a...

Researchers from Italy have published a research paper showcasing that quantum communication is feasible between high-orbiting satellites and a station on the ground. This...

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TensorFlow 2.0 to be released soon with eager execution, removal of...

Just two months ago Google’s TensorFlow, one of the most popular machine learning platforms celebrated its third birthday. Last year in August, Martin Wicke,...

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