More than 20,000 developers in 166 countries participated in the SlashData survey, which found that Rust's usage has nearly quadrupled.
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Structured concurrency, a new proposal incubating in the OpenJDK community, would treat multiple tasks running in different threads as a single unit of work.
Fourth preview of the forthcoming .NET upgrade adds span support to the Regex library and hit and miss stats for IMemoryCache.
April 2022 release of Microsoft’s code editor also brings improvements to the Extension Pack for Java and Visual Studio Code for Web.
Oracle Java has fallen to just 34 per cent of Java distributions in use, with Amazon rising to 22 per cent, according to New Relic research.
More than nine out of 10 Go developers are satisfied with the language, while lack of features and lack of libraries remain concerns.
Designed for Red Hat OpenShift, the toolkit provides app services and components for building containerised apps across cloud environments.
AWS has unveiled AWS Amplify Studio, a visual interface intended to simplify front-end and back-end development for web and mobile applications.
Amazon DevOps Guru for Serverless uses machine learning to improve the operational availability and performance of AWS Lambda applications.
Full native ahead-of-time compilation, start-up time, and GC overhead improvements get attention in the latest preview of Microsoft .NET 7.
Cross-platform framework for building mobile and desktop apps with C# and XAML is scheduled for GA by end of June.
Having accidentally deleted its own products and third-party applications during scheduled cloud maintenance, Atlassian is continuing full restoration.
GitHub Advanced Security now allows developers to scan code for tokens, keys, and other security secrets as they push the code to a repository.
The Rust language design team said that ‘flattening the learning curve’ could involve compiler improvements, improving async support, or extending the language or type system.