Programming

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MIT-created programming language Julia 1.0 debuts
The dynamic programming language, which is free and open source, combines the speed and popular features of the best scientific and technical software.
Sandi Miller
MIT News
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Want to Get Started in Open Source? Try Improving Visual Studio Documentation
One of the questions often seen in programming forums is how to get started with contributing to open source projects.
David Ramel
Visual Studio Magazine
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Why Kotlin language use is skyrocketing
Kotlin, the Java based language that titles itself as "The Statically typed programming language for modern multiplatform applications"...
Richard Harris
App Developer Magazine
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{Update} Over 150k projects ditch GitHub and move to GitLab following MSFT leaks & news
GitLabs are having a wonderful day today, first they confirmed that over the past week over 50`000 projects ditched GitHub...
SC2Mitch
Linus Tech Tips
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How to learn Deep Learning in 6 months
It is quite possible to learn, follow and contribute to state-of-art work in deep learning in about 6 months’ time. This article details out the steps to achieve that.
Bargava
Towards Data Science
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Teach Yourself Computer Science Using This Site
Lifehacker has collected a lot of “learn to code” resources that are especially helpful to new learners.
Nick Douglas
Lifehacker
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Microsoft Releases PowerShell Core for Linux as a Snap Package
Microsoft`s love for Linux continues…
Mohit Kumar
The Hacker News
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Learn a Coding Language in 2018
Changing career paths, getting an idea for an app out of your head, or just learning something new and useful are all great reasons to get started programming.
Patrick Lucas Austin
Lifehacker
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Become a Deep Learning Coder From Scratch in Under a Year
Machine learning (aka A.I.) seems bizarre and complicated...
Nick Douglas
Lifehacker
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BASIC Turns Fifty
This article is a blast from the past, but still relevant!!
Alex Blewitt
InfoQ
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Learn A Coding Language in 2018
Changing career paths, getting an idea for an app out of your head, or just learning something new and useful are all great reasons to get started programming.
Patrick Lucas Austin
Lifehacker
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Debugging JavaScript With A Real Debugger You Did Not Know You Already Have
console.log can tell you a lot about your app, but it can`t truly debug your code.
Dustin Driver
Smashing Magazine
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Build 2017: Microsoft Fluent Design Language
Among the many tools (Microsoft) announced the company also unveiled a new design system called Fluent Design...
Richard Hay
It Pro Today
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Diversity of thought is key to successful dev teams
The typical view of “engineers” creating tomorrow’s technology today is of hoodie-wearing Ivy League computer science graduate geniuses, toiling away on code. That stereotype is not without justification.
Steve Davis
AppDeveloper
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Microsoft`s Visual Studio Launches on Mac
Alongside the announcement of the upcoming Visual Studio 2017 today, Microsoft announced that Visual Studio will be available for the Mac for the first time.
Thorin Klosowski
Lifehacker
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The Most Popular Programming Languages Based On Jobs, Search Engines, and More
There’s no rule that says you have to learn the most popular programming languages, but if you want to code for a living it might be beneficial to know what’s in demand and trending.
Patrick Allan
Lifehacker
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Learn the Basics of the C Programming Language With This Free PDF 
C is one of many programming languages that are useful to learn as a beginner. MagPi, the official Raspberry Pi magazine, put together a book that helpfully walks you through the basics.
Thorin Klosowski
Lifehacker