PHP Or Python – Which Language Should You Learn In 2018?

Nowadays, if you are a newbie who knows little or nothing about the world of programming, there are dozens of alternatives available to learn to program from scratch. It is a huge world. However, if we enter the most specific niche of back-end web development, the main alternatives are PHP and Python. PHP Technology Overview…

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Apple event to focus on education hardware, software

Apple’s event on Tuesday is looking be to slightly unusual. It will not be in California. It will not be livestreamed. And there will be no new iPhone — unless the analysts and internet rumor mongers are wrong. Tuesday’s event will focus instead on education and is even being held at Chicago’s Lane Tech College…

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Digital Geekaship introduces online software development training

Digital Geekaship, a sister company of technology consulting company Infoware Studios, has introduced online software development courses. The courses, Introduction to Software Development Basics, and Full-stack Web Development, will offer practical, industry-aligned, software development training. Classes will be delivered virtually via an online learning management system and online mentoring. Tania Van Wyk De Vries, MD of Digital Geekaship, says the…

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Java 10 Released, First in the New Faster Cadence

Oracle announced the general availability of Java SE 10 (JDK 10) this week. This release, which comes barely six months after the release of Java SE 9, is the first in the new rapid release cadence Oracle announced late last year. The new release schedule, which the company is calling an “innovation cycle,” calls for…

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Preview of New Features in MySQL 8

MySQL is gearing up for its 8th version, expected to be released in 2018. A full 28 months have passed since the first general release for MySQL 5.7.9, and there have already been five release candidates for MySQL 8, ranging from 8.0.0 to 8.0.4. These release candidates are only intended for development purposes and should…

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Python Creator Is Computer History Museum 2018 Fellow

Guido van Rossum is one of the three honorees who become Fellows of the Computer History Museum this year. His award is for the creation and evolution of the Python programming language and for leadership of its community. Guido van Rossum is one of the three honorees who become Fellows of the Computer History Museum this…

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Java is the perfect match for internet of things apps

Businesses and organizations today are always on the lookout for new tech that uplifts excellence, but is cost-effective. Software or apps that are Java-based help companies realize these values. Java is an open source, platform independent and most preferable technology, as well as global standard, for implementing every kind of app, including web-based, client-server, cloud,…

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JavaFX will be removed from the Java JDK

JavaFX, Oracle’s 10-year-old rich client development technology for Java, will be decoupled from the Java Development Kit (JDK) and broken out into its own separate module. Making JavaFX its own module will make it easier to adopt and clear the way for new contributors, Oracle said. The company added that with the faster release schedule…

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MariaDB ups the stakes in database war with Oracle

The open source database company MariaDB is aggressively courting Oracle customers, offering more portability and ease of migration to help enterprises make the switch. The open source database company MariaDB is aggressively courting Oracle customers, offering more portability and ease of migration to help enterprises make the switch. MariaDB was developed by some of the…

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