High-performance Java platform born in ad-tech is geared toward high-load web, cloud, networking, and microservices applications.
Stories by By Paul Krill
A proposal to add generic programming to Go using type parameters is an attempt to add a capability that would make the language easier to use.
Recognising that the open source .NET ecosystem is not as strong as it could be, Redmond wants to work with developers to improve quality.
Improved throughput and reduced application size are also on the drawing board for the System.Text.Json serialiser.
To improve site usability for developers, the popular codesharing site has eliminated cookies related to tracking, advertising, and other non-essential uses.
The Fable 3 ‘Nagareyama’ release promises to be easier to use and to cut compilation speed in half.
Latest monthly update features an extension bisect feature that uses a binary search algorithm to quickly identify an extension causing trouble.
Open source enterprise Java project considers dependency injection improvements and higher performance code for version 10.
While some industry observers see signs that serverless computing has stalled, others believe the paradigm is just getting started.
Azure Purview automates the discovery and cataloging of data on-premises, in the cloud, and in SaaS applications.
GitHub’s 2020 State of the Octoverse report indicates more developer activity and open source contributions coming from outside the United States.
Oracle MySQL Database Service with the MySQL Analytics Engine combines OLTP and OLAP in the same MySQL database in the Oracle Cloud.
The Quarkus framework allows developers to build Kubernetes-native Java applications, now on OpenShift.
The ‘first-class’ concurrency model would make asynchronous programming in Swift convenient, efficient, and safe, according to a roadmap outlining the plan.
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