- Tutorial guide about making a REST API.
- Acquire Git superpowers with these 6 tips – “Git [is] a must-have skill for developers. Yet many developers only know the basics—or worse, they cargo code the Git commands they use on a daily basis without really understanding what they are doing.” Get more productive with your Git. James Turnbull shows you how.
- It’s a trap! – “If you’ve written any amount of bash code, you’ve likely come across the trap command. Trap allows you to catch signals and execute code when they occur.…Most of these notifications are for events that you hope never happen, such as an invalid memory access or a bad system call. However, there are one or two events that you might reasonably want to deal with.” In Linux Journal, Mitch Frazier offers an exhaustive explication of the command, with examples.
- Go is eating the world of software – Straight from the floor of the O’Reilly Open Source Software Conference, The Changelog talks with Ron Evans about why “embedded systems and Go are the most exciting things happening right now.” Listen in to learn more about TinyGo, a project to bring the Go programming language to microcontroller and modern web browsers.
- 5 Powerful Programming Languages to Stretch Your Brain – an overview of different languages that will allow you to look at problems in new and unique ways.
- The Big O Notation - An Introduction – the what and why of Big O Notation.
- JetBrains Educational Products 2019.2 – Please give a warm welcome to Educational Products 2019.2! Enjoy upgraded IDEs for Education and the EduTools plugin v2.8, use the unittest framework for Python courses, and get ready to learn with our brand-new courses.
- Fun with objects in Perl – Here’s an easy way to get Perl up and running (from Laurent Rosenfeld’s Think Perl 6: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist): You can run Perl 6 in a browser using Glot.io Once you do that, follow along with David Cassel as he has fun with objects.
- What would generics mean for Go? – “Go was released on November 10, 2009. Less than 24 hours later we saw the first comment about generics.…In three years of Go surveys, lack of generics has always been listed as one of the top three problems to fix in the language. But what does it mean to add generics, and why would we want it?”
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