Miscommunication is the source of many coding snafus. Writing clean code isn’t just efficient; it helps out future developers who follow in your footsteps. Today, we take a look at Racket, a project that tries to bridge miscommunications with language-oriented programming.
What technologies are you interested in this year? The goal of our annual survey is to find out which languages, frameworks and tools are particularly exciting for you in 2018. Have a say in this year’s trends!
Looking for an alternative to R? Rethink your approach to data science and statistical analysis with FastR, a virtual machine written in Java that boasts a faster, more efficient runtime.
There isn’t one true path for DevOps: it’s a state of mind. But, are there programming languages that make it easier to adopt DevOps? We take a look at some of the top languages for CI/CD success.
The ascendancy of Python masks a serious question: where are all the other scripting languages? According to the TIOBE Index for November 2017, other dynamically typed languages like Perl, PHP, and Ruby may be on a gentle decline.
What technologies do you want to use this year? This question occupies a central spot in our hefty JAXenter survey. For the past three weeks, our readers from portals JAXenter.de and JAXenter.com have been diligently answering some questions we have prepared for them. Now that the final sprint has begun, it is time to feast your eyes with the interim results.
Citrine, a new all-purpose programming language for UNIX-like operating systems has seen the light of day. The special feature of the language consists in the combination of messages similar to Smalltalk and Prototypes.
Is Google’s language Dart on the rise? Who is ruling the Tiobe and PyPI charts this month? Read on to find out.
Milestone 6 of Xtext is now available. Xtext is a framework for developing programming languages and domain specific languages. It […]