Topic: go

SD Times news digest: Microsoft’s MakeCode Arcade, Go 1.13, and Elasticsearch Service available on Microsoft Azure

Microsoft announced the release of MakeCode Arcade, a computing education platform designed to make programming easier, engaging and fun to learn. To build the platform platform the company integrated a new high-level programming language with text and graphical input modalities called Static TypeScript (STS). “With Arcade, STS lets developers of all skill levels easily write … continue reading

Go programming language teams starts implementing Go 2 proposals

The Go programming language team is outlining its next steps as it makes its way to Go 2. Go 2 has been in the works for a couple of years now. It has been about seven years since Go first reached 1.0, and the team has been working towards 2.0 ever since. However, according to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TeamCity 2019.1, Genode OS framework 19.05, and Camuda’s Cawemo tool

The 2019.1 release of TeamCity is now available with a redesigned UI, native GitLab integration and support for GitLab and Bitbucket pull requests. It also offers token-based authentication, detection and reporting of Go tests, faster build agent upgrades, and AWS Spot Fleet requests. The UI now works as a single-page application, which means all changes … continue reading

The developer’s dilemma: Choosing between Go and Rust

If you were to make a list of important programming languages that have appeared in the past decade, Go and Rust would almost certainly be featured on it. Similarly, if you were to sit down and think about which programming languages are best suited to developing secure, microservices-friendly frameworks or applications today, you might find … continue reading

JFrog launches Go programming language community repository

JFrog has announced a new public repository for the open-source community of Go developers. JFrog GoCenter is meant for software modules developed in the Go programming language, and is expected to officially launch to the broad community early next year. “JFrog was founded on open source technology and on making developers’ lives easier,” said Yoav … continue reading

Go programming language team heads to Go 2

The first version of the programming language Go was released more than six years ago on March 28, 2012. While the team has made many updates to the language since then, they have yet to declare a version 2.0. As the team begins to figure out what the future of Go looks like, it has … continue reading

Microsoft contributes to the Go programming community with new projects

Microsoft is giving back to the Go programming community with the announcement of Project Athens and GopherSource. According to the company, this is an important milestone in Microsoft’s efforts to support Go in Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio Team Services and Azure cloud platform. Project Athens is an open-source project designed to create proxy servers … continue reading

Go programming language gets new library and tools for open cloud development

Google announced a new open-source project based on the Go programming language to help developers build portable cloud apps. The company introduced Go Cloud at its Google Cloud Next conference happening in San Francisco this week. “Over the years, we’ve found that developers love Go for cloud development because of its efficiency, productivity, built-in concurrency, … continue reading

Report: The top three programming languages of 2018 are Java, JavaScript and Python

Java remains the most popular primary programming language, but JavaScript is the most used programming language overall. That is according to a recently released report from JetBrains on the State of the Developer Ecosystem in 2018. The report surveyed more than 6,000 developers from 17 countries to reveal the trends driving the world of coding … continue reading

Stack Overflow: Developer interest in DevOps and machine learning are on the rise

DevOps and machine learning are emerging as two of the most important trends in the industry today, a new report finds. Stack Overflow released its annual Developer Survey Results to find out where developers are working, and what tools they are using. The report is based off of 101,592 software developers from 183 countries. “Today, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: AlphaGo Zero, GitHub’s 2017 State of the Octoverse, and Microsoft .NET Framework 4.7.1

DeepMind is introducing the latest version of its computer program AlphaGo. AlphaGo was the first artificial intelligence to defeat a world champion Go player, and the latest version, AlphaGo Zero, is a more powerful version of that, according to the team.  While AlphaGo learned by training on thousands of human games to learn to play Go, … continue reading

Stack Overflow survey finds Go, Scala best paying languages for developers

Growth in popularity of Go and Scala has made them the highest-paying programming languages in the United States, according to Stack Overflow’s 2017 developer survey. The results of the survey of 64,000 respondents, showed that Stack Overflow’s record of trending programming languages aligned with demand and salary for developers with these skills. The growth of … continue reading Protection Status