Topic: r programming language

Coding Dojo: The top seven programming languages of 2018

As programmers prepare for the new year, they will need to stay up-to-date on the most in-demand skills employers are looking for. Coding Dojo has released the top seven most in-demand programming languages developers should be aware of over the next year. “Software development is a dynamic field. New and in-demand programming languages, frameworks and … continue reading

R programming language news, Todoist 9, and Red Hat’s fourth quarter and fiscal year results—SD Times news digest: March 23, 2016

The R programming language is getting some attention this week. The R Consortium has announced funding for seven community projects as well as the formation of two technical working groups designed to advance the language. “The R Consortium is proud to support initiatives that will positively impact many R users, including community events, training, packages … continue reading

Babel 6 released with modularization, and R Consortium announces first grant—SD Times Digest: Nov. 2, 2015

Babel 6.0.0 has been released for the JavaScript community, adding tools for the entire community to build upon. According to its blog, the biggest change is that Babel has been restructured to be as “modular as possible,” and its transformers have been rewritten as plug-ins using the same API. Overall, the language processing is easier … continue reading

The R language gets support from top tech companies and the Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation is setting up a new organization dedicated to the R programming language. The R Consortium is designed to advance the analytics and data science language, as well as support both technical and user communities. “Millions of data scientists and academic researchers use R language every day and want to collaborate with their … continue reading

iRobot’s venture capital firm, Microsoft’s Cosmos, and Google’s Android Compatibility Program for Lollipop—SD Times news digest: Jan. 26, 2015

iRobot is starting its own venture capital firm in order to invest in robotic companies, TechCrunch has reported. The company is in the midst of looking for a West Coast investor to head up its firm and is looking to make five to 10 investments a year, according to TechCrunch. “There’s a lot going on … continue reading

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