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.
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AI-driven coding assistant, still in technical preview, has raised questions about the fairness, legitimacy, and legality of its use of freely licensed software.
Visual Studio Code 1.66, also identified as the March 2022 release of the code editor, has just been published by Microsoft.
Preaching the mantra that “the web is for everyone,” Mozilla has published a vision for the evolution of the web that stresses openness and safety.
Microsoft has announced that .NET 5.0 will no longer receive servicing updates including security updates after May 8. Users are advised to move to .NET 6.0.
Kubernetes-based platform beefs up support for AI and machine learning workloads and eases deployment to additional cloud partners.
.NET 7 has moved to a second preview, with the software giant highlighting improvements for regex (regular expression) source generation and the SDK.
As Microsoft moves closer to general availability of NET MAUI, the vendor has just added a menu capability for desktop developers.
Web browser makers Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Mozilla have forged a cross-browser benchmark initiative, called Interop 2022.
Looking to make web developers more productive, Microsoft has begun integrating its Edge Developer Tools into Visual Studio.
The next version of standard Java seems poised to include a foreign function and memory API, a vector API, pattern matching for switch expressions, universal generics, and more.
Visual Studio Code 1.65, the latest release of Microsoft’s popular source code editor, brings improvements to editor history navigation.
More than one-third of professional Java developers surveyed by Perforce JRebel were using the eight-year-old version of Java for their main application.
Honoured as Microsoft’s Asia Pacific Region Social Impact Recognition – Sustainability Changemaker in 2021.