days
-4
-3
hours
0
0
minutes
-4
-6
seconds
-3
-9
search

#c++

TIOBE Index for November 2019

Top programming languages for November 2019: C gets an A+

Every month, we keep tabs on the TIOBE Index to see which programming languages are rising up the charts. The November 2019 update sees a few changes, including a slight rise for C and Python. TIOBE predicts that it is possible for C to overtake Java and become number 1 again by the end of the year. Meanwhile, what is Dice saying about the top paid programming languages?

Other digital skills are no longer optional

DevOps, C++ & Python most in demand job skills

DevOps, C++ & Python are indispensable skills in tech, showing a huge year-on-year growth as well as continued dominance in terms of what employers want. However, there is also a trend that more and more digital skills are demanded from those working in non-IT positions as well.

Vaughn Vernon writes...

Actors Are Ok!

I have been using various forms of messaging for more than 30 years. Messaging has become second nature to me, but I empathize when others say that messaging is to them unfamiliar and intimidating. Since the Actor Model is based on message passing, it stands to reason that this programming model is likewise unfamiliar and intimidating to the same large group of people. There is no need for that. Let’s fix it.

It's been said only a madman would use all of C++. It's also been said only a madman would use C++."

Programming Style and Your Brain – Douglas Crockford

In this talk from JAXconf, Senior JavaScript Architect Douglas Crockford discusses the relationship between programming style and your brain. Session Overview: The systems in our brains that make us vulnerable to advertising and propaganda also influence our programming styles. This talk looks systematically at the development of a programming style that specifically improves the reliability of programs. The examples are given in JavaScript, a language with an uncommonly large number of bad parts, but the principles are applicable to all languages. Filming from Marakana Tech TV. Picture courtesy of jetheriot on Flickr