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What’s New in Java 11?

Every six months, the Oracle Corporation rolls out a new version of Java. The September 2018 release was Java 11. There’s quite a buzz...

How to Avoid Priority Inversion and Enable Priority Inheritance in Linux...

This article focuses on avoiding priority inversion with the help of priority inheritance in real-time process execution, which accesses the kernel code. Kernel synchronisation...
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‘I built C++ primarily for myself and my colleagues’

  When we think about programming, it’s C++ that first comes to mind. That’s because of the immense popularity and broad applicability of the general-purpose...

The Best Machine Learning Libraries in Julia

Machine learning (ML) is ubiquitous these days. This article introduces useful machine learning libraries in Julia, the developer base for which is growing fast....

Yet Another Top Ten List of Popular Programming Languages

This is that time of the year when we make lists. So here is yet another list of the top ten most popular programming...

10 Habits of Highly Successful Software Developers

This century definitely belongs to technology, and we are going to keep on relying on it more and more, so it’s not a surprise...
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Golang: A Systems Programming Open Source Language by Google

Go is an attempt to combine the ease of programming of an interpreted, dynamically typed language with the efficiency and safety of a statically...

WebAssembly: A Low-Level Language that Works Well with JavaScript

WebAssembly (WA or Wasm) is a binary instruction format for a stack based virtual machine. It is designed as a portable target for the...

How are Iterable, Iterator and Generator Different?

The concepts — iterable, iterator and generator — can be pretty confusing to Python users. This article highlights the differences between the three advanced...

A Python Program to Help You Back Up Your Files Automatically

Lost or deleted files are a common phenomenon. To ensure file and folder security, prudence dictates you take a backup. To avoid the drudgery...
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