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Go gains a foothold in the workplace

Developers are using Go at work more, as more businesses see it as critical

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Node.js roadmap: What’s next for the JavaScript runtime

Although Node.js 10 will debut in April 2018, more features are under consideration for 2018 and 2019

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Udash framework brings Scala to web development

Udash compiles code to JavaScript and can work with JavaScript libraries such as Bootstrap and jQuery

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Android developers get programming extensions for Kotlin

The beta Android KTX extensions should make coding in Kotlin more concise and idiomatic

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What’s new in Google’s Go language

Version 1.10 offers compiler toolchain and performance improvements but no substantive language changes

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What’s new in ECMAScript 2018

Two new features for the specification underlying JavaScript are finalized and four others are under consideration

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What’s new in Ruby 2.5

The dynamic web language gets faster, has quicker documentation

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2017: The year in programming languages

Java, JavaScript, Kotlin, TypeScript, and C++ all saw big changes in their capabilities

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What’s next for the Groovy language: The 2018 roadmap

Apache Foundation's plans for Groovy include upgrades for modularity and functional-style programming

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Kotlin frameworks: A survey of JVM development tools

The Java alternative is gaining more support in the form of frameworks, including established tools like Spring Framework and Vert.x

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Beta JetBrains IDE moves Kotlin apps out of the JVM

The Kotlin/Native preview’s supported target platforms include MacOS, iOS, Ubuntu Linux, and Raspberry Pi

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Stack Overflow reveals the most-disliked programming languages

Stack Overflow Jobs data shows that developers would prefer not to work with Perl, Delphi, Visual Basic, and PHP

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What's new in Kotlin 1.2? Code reuse, for starters

The beta version is now available for download, with support for Java 9

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Java 9 is here: Everything you need to know

Java SE 9 boasts modularity, REPL, compiler improvements, and much more—but it is also the end of its line

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Java EE 8 is here: What you need to know

Support for the cloud, HTML5, and HTTP/2 highlight the changes in the enterprise Java platform

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What is Kotlin? The Java alternative explained

Kotlin offers big advantages over Java for JVM and Android development, and plays nicely with Java in the same projects. Why not give it a try?

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How Google’s Go language could be improved

Go contributors find common ground on improvements in language server, crypto code, compilation, and garbage collection

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Machine learning comes to your browser via JavaScript

A new JavaScript library runs Google's TensorFlow right in the browser with GPU acceleration—a novel way to bring machine learning to the masses

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The best JavaScript testing tools for React

How to choose the right test runner, test framework, assertion libraries, and add-on tools for your React project

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What is Node.js? The JavaScript runtime explained

Node.js is a lean, fast, cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment that is useful for both servers and desktop applications

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