Displaying items by tag: Programming

GitHub's desktop client has been updated, and the new version 2.8 release includes the ability to expand diffs above or below changes to gain more context and other features to create aliases for local repositories and hide whitespace in diffs.

Published in Open Source

Global software vendor, Oracle, today announced the release of Java 16 (Oracle JDK 16), bringing 17 enhancements which include new Java language improvements, tools, memory management, and incubating and preview features.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

It’s 2021 and if you’re looking to learn a new programming language, DevOps tool, public cloud, or infrastructure items, the big question is which one to go for? Here are my picks on where to invest your time and energy.

Published in The Wired CIO
Thursday, 03 December 2020 14:58

JavaScript's silver jubilee

4 December 2020 is the 25th anniversary of JavaScript's debut. It's probably fair to say that the language has had a much greater impact than anyone expected in 1995.

Published in Education

Happy birthday, Git. The open source distributed version control system was first released on April 7th 2005, and thus today marks its 15th anniversary - 15 years aiding software developers to collaborate on projects large and small no matter where on the globe they may be.

Published in The Linux Distillery

With 2018's Moonhack event seeing 35,000+ kids simultaneously coding around the world, the aim for the 50th anniversary of the moon landing is for 50,000+ kids to take on the challenge.

Published in Home Tech

A record-breaking Kickstarter-listed project entitled Cubetto has not only won awards and is Montessori-approved, but teaches kids how to code with wood, no screens, and is on sale now.

Published in Home Tech

Just in time for Computer Science Education Week in the US, from 5 to 11 December, both Microsoft and Code.org "believe the new offering will again introduce tens of millions to coding for the first time".

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 14 September 2016 13:52

Learn Swift programming on iPad with Swift Playgrounds

Apple’s new iPad app, Swift Playgrounds, aims to make learning to code "easy and fun for everyone" with the Swift programming language now available to download, free.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 07 September 2016 08:51

Foxtel homes in on HBO content in extensive new deal

Billing itself the "home of HBO", Foxtel has strengthened its relationship with the cable network with "even more extensive rights to HBO’s library" of programming.

Published in Entertainment

If you want to access Foxtel via its Foxtel Play IPTV service, prices will be a lot more competitive from December 2016 as it fights back against Netflix and similar services.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Apple has showcased Swift Playground, a new free app for iPad that teaches coding concepts and encourages creative experimentation for anyone.

Published in Apps

Progress announces the latest releast of NativeScript enabling developers to build native mobile apps in JavaScript running on all major mobile platforms.

Published in Open Source

HDR delivers better photos from cameras, and on compatible HDR capable TVs, you get much better colour - you just need the kind of HDR programming Netflix is delivering.

Published in Entertainment
Sunday, 17 April 2016 15:00

Telerik's state of the 2016 .NET nation

Telerik developer survey reveals .NET devs largely don't use Macs, ASP.NET WebForms are still in vogue, UWP is emerging and JavaScript won't die.

Published in Business Software

Developers and aspiring developers from across Australia and New Zealand are set to descend on Melbourne early in March to work with and learn from experts at DevNet, Cisco’s global developer training program.

Published in Development
Thursday, 04 February 2016 12:43

Modernising legacy code with SOA and Agile

Have you gone into a project where the team says the only possible solution is to start over?

Published in The Wired CIO
Thursday, 21 May 2015 16:40

Happy birthday Java

Time flies: Java is 20 years old.

Published in Open Source

Netflix has used its two (!) PR agencies, Pulse and Catapult, to announce several new programming additions while responding to Presto’s kids TV with kids shows of its own.

Published in Entertainment

Apple hosted its first ‘Hour of Code’ special event at Apple Stores around the world on 11 December 2014, and I attended the hour at Apple’s Broadway Store in Sydney.

Published in Home Tech
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