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Meanwhile, the list of dreaded languages is led by some usual suspects, such as VBA, Objective-C, and Perl, while Rust, despite any of its struggles, sits at the very bottom, with its closest competitor enjoying double the percentage of dread.
Whenever you hear Rust, you might also think of Go, and StackOverflow notes that the Google-backed Rust competitor also made a big leap this year, moving from a spot at number ten to number five on the list of most beloved languages.
It’s an interesting spot for Rust to occupy, as the language has struggled with a steep learning curve alongside a lack of learning resources, a need for better IDE integration, and a lag in the documentation.
It looks like Rust has come out yet again on top of the list of “most beloved” languages, according to the 2020 Stack Overflow developer survey.
Stack Overflow, a popular QA site for developers, surveyed 65,000 users about the programming languages they use and if they're interested in continuing to develop with them.
While developers don't always get to choose what they write code in, there are certain programming languages that they feel especially drawn to and want to go back to again and again.
Stack Overflow, a popular QA site for developers with over 50 million monthly unique visitors just released its annual survey where it asks over 65,000 developers about themselves and their programming habits.
It then used this data to compile a list of the programming languages that developers love the most.
To determine the winners, Stack Overflow asked developers which languages they're developing with the most and if they're interested in continuing to develop with them.
One of the latest performance optimizations being pursued by Intel on the open-source Linux side is providing an AVX-512-optimized container for Golang usage.Intel's Clear Linux crew has assembled a new container providing AVX-512 tuned Go language support paired with AVX-512 optimized Glibc, OpenMP, and OpenBLAS libraries for operating on Intel's Xeon Scalable servers.The impact can be far reaching with Kubernetes, Docker, and other popular container software relying upon the Go programming language.
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AVX-512 usage can be performed via Go assembly, cgo with AVX-512 intrinsics, and via third-party libraries.For performance details and other information on this AVX-512 optimized Golang container powered by Clear Linux via the ClearLinux.org blog
Alpine Linux 3.12 is powered by the Linux 5.4 LTS kernel with the GCC 9.3 and LLVM Clang 10.0 compilers and a range of other software upgrades.More details on today's Alpine 3.12.0 release via AlpineLinux.org
MIPS64 big endian is supported by Alpine Linux 3.12 for the many MIPS64 systems still out there.Alpine 3.12 is also the first release officially supporting the D programming language.
While MIPS owner Wave Computing filed for bankruptcy earlier this month and other major setbacks in recent years for the MIPS architecture (including the abandoning of their Open MIPS plans), Alpine 3.12 is the first release now supporting 64-bit MIPS.
Version 3.12 of the Alpine Linux lightweight distribution built around musl libc and Busybox is now available for this platform popular with containers and other embedded use-cases.
SmartStream Technologies, a financial Transaction Lifecycle Management (TLM) solutions provider, has extended its Public API for collateral management, to enable its clients with faster access technology to better service their individual business needs.
The approach has been taken to deliver a Public API which allows clients to have direct programmatic access to SmartStream’s TLM Collateral Management solution.
SmartStream’s Public API provides a flexible approach to enhance the deployment and integration of the TLM Collateral Management platform to rapidly build nuanced functional extensions and integration with other applications as well as its clients’ own internal systems.
Jason Ang, Program Manager, TLM Collateral Management, SmartStream, explains the need for more accessible technologies: “Expectations have evolved, and our clients now want to find new ways to reduce cost and maintenance by offering their developers programming opportunities for richer integration into their business processes.
“I’m confident that we have a well-versioned Public API which meets our clients’ requirements, whilst mitigating the risk of the upgrade process on SmartStream’s TLM Collateral Management platform.”
Here’s that breakdown (defined as “percentage of developers who are developing with the language or technology but have not expressed interest in continuing to do so”): Next, Stack Overflow breaks down the languages that developers most want to use but haven’t started yet.
Developers could select more than one language, which is why the percentages add up to far more than 100 percent: As part of its annual survey, Stack Overflow also includes a list of the “most dreaded” programming languages, inevitably topped older (and often well-used) languages, such as Objective-C, that developers really want to stop using.
Here’s Stack Overflow’s full breakdown of the most-loved languages (which it defines as “percentage of developers who are developing with the language or technology and have expressed interest in continuing to develop with it”).
Some 86.1 percent of surveyed developers said that Rust was a language they loved, followed by TypeScript (67.1 percent), Python (66.7 percent), Kotlin (62.9 percent), and Go (62.3 percent).
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Therefore, as you code in PHP, you should ensure that your website and other applications are safe from the hackers — and the above are two of the common mistakes you can avoid.
Here is an example of how an attacker could carry out a simple SQL injection: $userID = $_POST[ 'user_id' ]; // The value here is "' OR 1′"; $querySelect = "SELECT * FROM users WHERE user_id = '$userID'"; //Result is SELECT * FROM users WHERE user_id = " OR 1" The above code shows an insecure PHP code.
It involves placing malicious code in SQL statements to reveal hidden data, override valid commands, or execute other harmful actions on the database.
For example, here is a secure HTML code that processes form data using PHP: "> As you can see from the code, the form data is processed using the “post” method.
Failing to Perform Input Data Validation Validating and sanitizing user input data are important practices for achieving PHP programming security.
This tutorial tries to solve from the objectives related to solving and stabilizing compatibility errors between PyQt4 and PyQt5 and creating a common interface between PyQt5 and PyGame.
There is always the same problem in programming when the developer for some reason has to change classes, methods and functions and reusing the old code is no longer valid.
I tried to use an old code created by me in PyQt4 but I realized that I had encountered errors before switching to the new PyQt5.
This compatibility problem generates errors and can be solved as follows: by knowing the exact solution and fixing errors in real time, studying the changes created by the developer or the classic search for errors.
To show you how simple it is to understand I will show you the source code for the interface I built that simply to solves the problem of understanding compatibility by reading the developer source code with simple and useful comments.
Apple TV Plus launched without any licensed content, and CEO Tim Cook reiterated at a shareholders meeting in February that Apple TV Plus wasn’t about hosting older series or films, specifically saying that’s “not what Apple TV Plus is about.”
Apple isn’t calling this a strategy shift — but it is one Apple, like all streaming players right now, is making licensing bets where they make sense.
Apple bringing licensed content onto Apple TV Plus — something the company adamantly didn’t incorporate into its original strategy — could help solve some of the streaming service’s issues.
Apple is acquiring Fraggle Rock’s past TV seasons ahead of a new reboot set to land on Apple TV Plus, signaling a potential strategy shift for a service that has thus far relied entirely on original content.
Now the caveat seems to be if that original programming is based on an older series or movie, it’s likely that collection will wind up on Apple TV Plus.
65% are satisfied with their jobs, and 83% aren't interested in leaving their current position, so it may be difficult for companies in need of developers to attract new talent.
So while the 2020 Stack Overflow survey can still be a valuable insight into the software developer world there's no telling how much it may change in 2021.
The 2020 Stack Overflow survey of developers polled over 65,000 people, and much of its findings are consistent each year.
Developer community hub Stack Overflow has released its annual survey of developers for 2020, giving insight into how the software dev community feels about their jobs, the programming languages they use, and who is earning the most money.
Organizations that want to attract good developers stand to gain a lot from Stack Overflow's 2020 survey, which breaks down employment information in a variety of ways.
HBO Max offers access to everything on HBO Now, along with new exclusive series and hundreds of additional movies and TV shows — all for the same price as HBO Now.
See more: The best streaming services you can sign up for online HBO Max is a new streaming service that blends HBO's wildly popular original programming with a huge catalog of blockbuster movies and TV shows provided by WarnerMedia.
With its large collection of movies and TV shows, and a growing slate of original programming, HBO Max is well-poised to compete with Netflix, Disney Plus, and Amazon Prime Video in the increasingly crowded streaming market.
HBO HBO Max is a new streaming platform combining HBO's iconic original programming with an even larger library of movies and shows from WarnerMedia.
HBO Max, however, builds upon this content selection by incorporating more original titles and hundreds of additional TV shows and movies from the WarnerMedia catalogue, like "The Big Bang Theory" "Rick and Morty," "The Lord of the Rings," and "Sesame Street."
Image copyright Sky Image caption Sky's new nature channel launches today - with HDR programmes available on-demand Sky has launched three new on-demand nature programmes featuring high dynamic range (HDR) for Sky Q customers.
The first programmes available on-demand with HDR will all be nature documentaries: Gangs of Lemur Island, five episodes Pridelands: Wilderness reborn, one episode Malawi: Wildlife Rescue, five episodes Sky also confirmed that it planned to broadcast the 2021 Olympic Games live in HDR.
In December last year, it was reported that Sky had delayed the launch of its HDR service until “late 2020” so it was “a bit of a surprise” that it had become available today, said Becky Roberts of What Hi-Fi?
“If you’ve got a compatible Sky Q box and a TV that supports HDR, it should be as simple as turning on your TV,” she told the BBC.
And although Sky’s HDR service will use technology jointly developed by the BBC and Japanese broadcaster NHK, the BBC is yet to offer HDR programming as a regular service.
Another interesting thing to point out about these Google job skills: Swift, Apple’s programming language for iOS and macOS development, has been cited a few times in the past 60 days—but Kotlin, a “first class” language for Android development, didn’t make it into this list of the top 28.
It’s worth noting that many of Google’s “top skills” also appeared on a broader Burning Glass analysis of tech jobs and skills.
(Although Burning Glass is a comprehensive platform, it’s also worth noting that Google doesn’t rely on job postings for all roles; for example, some of its experts in highly advanced segments such as machine learning and artificial intelligence (A.I.) are recruited directly.)
Specifically, we looked at Google’s job postings from the past 60 days, which gives us an interesting perspective into what the company values as it readjusts its hiring in response to the nationwide lockdowns.
Meanwhile, here are the top tech jobs that Google has been hiring for over the past 60 days: Few surprises there: Google clearly wants software developers, engineers, architects and analysts who can keep its systems running.
Sky Q customers can now access some content in HDR (HLG) as long as their boxes are compatible.
Other programming will appear later in 2020 and Sky Cinema will range a selection of blockbuster films in 4K HDR in time for Christmas.
Pocket-lint has learned that both apps will become HDR-enabled later this year: "HDR will also launch on third party apps over the coming months, including Disney+ and Netflix," a Sky spokesperson told us.
Sky revealed that the first live sports coverage to broadcast on Sky Q in HDR will be from that BBC-exclusive event.
Considering the postponed Olympics starts on Friday 23 July 2021, that means the likelihood of any of next season's Premier League football matched being available in HDR on Sky is very slim.
Using the latest Raspberry Pi 4 Model B mini PC you can easily create a security camera complete with motion sensor which will automatically send images taken using a Rasberry Pi camera via email direct to your inbox when triggered.
Wiring diagrams and code have been provided making the project easy to set up on your Raspberry Pi mini PC.
“In this tutorial , I’ll show you how to send emails containing pictures using a Raspberry Pi4 and a motion detector and the Python programming language.
We will use a PIR motion detection sensor and whenever motion is detected, the Raspberry Pi4 Camera will take a picture and send an email with the picture attached.”
For the full tutorial jump over to the Hackster.io project page by following the link below.
Zai Bennett, Managing Director of Content at Sky, said: "Premium documentaries and nature series are increasingly important to our customers, with them wanting to get to the shows they want as quickly as possible.
That’s why we’re launching two new content brands, Sky Documentaries and Sky Nature.
These new channels will offer our customers an unrivalled destination for brand new, world class documentaries and nature programming as well as an extensive on demand library of the world’s best factual programmes."
If you're already subscribed to Sky, you won't have to do anything to get your hands on the new channels.
Like the launch of Sky Comedy and Sky Crime in October, the new channels will appear overnight on your Sky Q box with live and on-demand content ready to go.
HBO Max launched today, and is now available on Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad.
WarnerMedia's new streaming service, which replaces HBO Now, combines HBO content with shows and films from Warner Bros and Turner TV.
The service is available as a native app on the Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K, but second and third-generation Apple TV owners will need to AirPlay HBO Max content from an iOS device to the TV to watch.
New HBO Max customers who have an iPhone, Apple TV, iPad, or Mac will be able to subscribe to the service, priced at $14.99 per month, using in-app purchases on Apple devices.
HBO Max feature more than 10,000 hours of programming, and costs $14.99 per month during the first year.
If you’re still uncertain about what HBO Max has to offer, here’s what you need to know: Until today, HBO has offered two streaming apps: HBO Go for folks who already get HBO through their pay TV provider, and HBO Now for those who want to subscribe on a standalone basis.
HBO Max will have all the same prestige programming as those apps, and at the same $15-per-month price as HBO Now, but it’s padded out with an extensive catalog of additional movies and TV shows, mainly from the WarnerMedia catalog.
AT&T is also providing HBO Max free for those who subscribe to its Unlimited Elite wireless plan, gigabit home internet service, “Premiere” tiers of AT&T TV or DirecTV, U-Verse 400+ channel plans, and AT&T TV Now’s Max tier.
But if you’re subscribed to HBO Now and are using iOS, Android, Android TV, or Apple TV, you should see an option to convert the Now app to Max—no extra download or sign-in necessary.
Joining the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Hulu, and Apple TV+, HBO Max will support downloads on mobile devices.