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Overtaking JavaScript's number one position

Python crowned as most questioned language on StackOverflow

We love StackOverflow, even if sometimes our questions are left unanswered. A recent study showed that Python is now the most questioned about language on StackOverflow. Previous the crown belonged to JavaScript. What are developers getting stuck on and turning to the Internet for answers?

Fast, flexible Python

PyPy v7.1: Can this Python interpreter make your code faster?

PyPy’s new update adds a few new tweaks and two new interpreters. While CPython is the standard implementation of Python, PyPy is a great alternative that can make your Python code run even faster and lighter. See what’s new and what advantages it has.

Moving forward towards Jakarta EE milestones

Jakarta EE 9: 2019 Outlook

As Java EE moves into the Eclipse Foundation, it’s important to keep an eye on various milestones along the way. Today, Arjan Tijms of Payara explains how the transfer is going and explores some of the proposals for future EE releases.

Maybe the real treasure was the pull requests we closed along the way!

How to successfully maintain an open source project

Getting your project up and running is only the beginning. How can developers make sure their hard-coded open source project will succeed? Here are some tips, tricks, and lessons learned for making sure your project is a total success.

Poll

Updating to Java 12? Or waiting for the next LTS version?

With the new release cycle, some people are holding out to update until the next long-term support version of Java is released. However, some early adopters jump right on board and explore the new enhancements right away. Which one are you? We want to know more about our readers. What version of Java are you currently using? Let us know!

Learn JavaScript anywhere, any time

Take your JavaScript learning beyond the classroom with these fun tools!

After a long winter, spring is finally here, so why not take your learning outside the classroom? Prop your laptop up on the beach and get some fresh air, while studying up on your JavaScript. Today we are highlighting some of the fun and user-friendly tools available for brushing up on JavaScript, preparing for interviews, or just learning a few new concepts.

Five essential steps to prepare for AIOps

AIOps holds out the promise of delivering to busy CIOs and sysadmins the sort of AI support they need to make sense of the ever-growing complexity of their IT environments. However, there are a few things you need to take into consideration before you plunge into AIOps. Jiayi Hoffman, a data science architect at OpsRamp, goes over the five essential steps to prepare for AIOps.

Remote work might be the best thing you can do for your tech company

Choosing the members of your distributed team wisely and making them feel close even when they’re thousands of miles away can help you win half of the fight. The other half is a well-designed management plan that works both for you and your team – at least this is what worked for the team at Sematext. Here’s how you might want to go about it.

No heap is too big!

Shenandoah: Ultra low-pause garbage collector in Java 12

Java 12 added plenty of new enhancements and we are still celebrating its release. One of the newest features is JEP 189. Shenandoah is a garbage collector developed by a team at Red Hat and focuses on low-pause time for large heaps. Is it the right GC for you?

Security profiles for Java, JavaScript, Python and PHP

Which programming language is the most secure? High security vulnerabilities for Java have declined since 2015

Time to put languages to the test. Which programming languages are the most secure and which have dents in their armor? A report from WhiteSource examined security vulnerabilities in some of the most popular programming languages and looked at the trends of high security vulnerabilities over the years.

Multiple stages are not only a best practice but also mandatory

Multiple stages within a Kubernetes cluster

When you are planning to transition into the cloud, you may wonder how many Kubernetes clusters you will need. If you want to learn how to create isolated stages within a Kubernetes cluster, this article is for you. Michael Frembs also discusses the advantages and disadvantages of multiple stages.