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Oracle’s Java Changes Lead APAC Enterprises to Explore Alternatives Such As Azul

Java is one of the world’s most popular programming languages. Platform-independent, easy to learn, simple to use and secure, the object-oriented language ranks as one of the world’s top four developer languages and has found its way into enterprise applications the world over. However, since 2019, moves from Java Development . . . Read more

TIOBE Programming Language Index News (July 2024): Rust Rises to an All-Time High

The nine-year-old programming language Rust is the star of the TIOBE Programming Language Community Index this month. The language Rust rose to number 13 from number 17, a jump from 0.93% in the proprietary TIOBE points system in May to 1.18% in July. The top 10 list of programming languages . . . Read more

TIOBE Programming Language Index News (June 2024): C++ Rises to Second Place

C++ overtook C in the top three of the TIOBE Programming Language Community Index this month, a significant shakeup following gradual growth of C++ and gradual decline of C over the last year. The consistent upgrades C++ has received since 2011, its performance and its scalability have all helped C++ . . . Read more

Master Python, Java, SQL, and C++ With This Coding Course Bundle, Now Under $70

TL;DR: The 2024 Python, Java, SQL, and C++ Programming Master Class Bundle helps you learn important coding languages and practices for $69.99 (reg. $499). AI and automation are rapidly transforming the way we do business. If you want to stay ahead of the curve, learning how to code is a . . . Read more

TIOBE Index News (May 2024): Why is Fortran Popular Again?

Fortran was in the top 10 of the TIOBE Programming Community Index in April and May, prompting a question from the TIOBE community. Why is this programming language, created in 1957, popular again in 2024? Otherwise, there hasn’t been much movement in the top 10 rankings compared to last month. . . . Read more

TIOBE Index News (April 2024): PHP’s Popularity Declining

PHP plummeted to position #17 on the TIOBE Programming Index in April 2024 from #12 in March 2024, TIOBE Software CEO Paul Jansen pointed out in his post about the rankings in April 2024. C++ continues to pull ahead of Java and solidify its place in the top three programming languages. The . . . Read more

White House Recommends Memory-Safe Programming Languages and Security-by-Design

A new White House report focuses on securing computing at the root of cyber attacks — in this case, reducing the attack surface with memory-safe programming languages like Python, Java and C# and promoting the creation of standardized measurements for software security. The report urges tech professionals to: Implement memory-safe . . . Read more

TIOBE Index News (January 2024): Programming Language of 2023 Goes to C#

TIOBE Software has declared C# the programming language of 2023 based on its long-running popularity index. The TIOBE Programming Community Index shows year-over-year trends in programming languages based on search engine volume. In January 2024, the top three programming languages were Python, C and C++. However, they all lost popularity . . . Read more

TIOBE Index News (December 2023): Smaller Programming Languages Are Rising in Popularity

The rise of smaller languages may be due to the number of programmers increasing or to search engine ranking algorithms changing. In this month’s TIOBE Programming Community Index, the top 10 programming languages list rankings have stayed steady since November. However, according to the index’s ranking system, Python dropped slightly . . . Read more

JetBrains State of Developer Ecosystem 2023: A Closer Look at Learning Trends

The survey shows a surge of interest in learning new languages, which speaks volumes about the adaptability and curiosity of Java developers. In JetBrains’ State of Developer Ecosystem 2023 survey, the respondents’ high satisfaction with their current roles is a positive indicator of the thriving Java developer community. The survey . . . Read more