Tagged: programming-languages

Modern C and C++: Important Facts To Know

C was developed and promoted by Dennis Ritchie in the years between 1969 and 1973 at AT&T Bell Labs. C++ came into existence around 1979 by Bjarne Stroustrup. C++ was created as an enrichment...

5 Development Trends You Need to Know in 2020

As a developer, it’s important to keep your skills up-to-date. We’re called upon to not only be experts in our day-to-day technologies, but to also stay informed of up-and-coming technologies. This allows us to...

A Look Ahead to Programming Languages in 2020

Python and JavaScript are the two hottest programming languages today. However, they cannot remain on top forever. Eventually, they must fall out of favour, as all languages do. This is likely to happen within...

You Need to Make Better Code Reviews™

Code reviews and the pull request are the basic building blocks in many software engineers’ life (The Workflow). They prevent bugs, mistakes, and help distribute the knowledge around a code base in small units...

Advanced Android with Kotlin by Google!

Start Learning In 2016, Udacity released its very first free course on Android development in collaboration with Google. Since then, Udacity and Google have worked together to build 17 free […] Read more

The 4 Best Programming Languages to Learn in 2020

Technology has made our lives easier with several forms of implementation that are seen in different professional fields. As most individuals began to efficiently program computers, programminglanguages with powerful tendencies and functionalities were born....

Developing Ballerina project with Ballerina CLI tool

Ballerina is the latest programming language release of the 1.0 version in September of this year. Ballerina is a general purpose programming language particularly intended for the implementation of distributed network applications. Ballerina has...

Celebrating International Programmers’ Day

Start Learning What is International Programmers’ Day? It seems like everything and everyone has their own special day now, and programmers are no exception. In 2002, the Day of the […] Read more