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Time to spill the beans and show the gems, to our friendly snakes and elephants: we’ve got some great news for Java, Ruby, Python and PHP serverless developers today. Google App Engine and Cloud Functions are adding new modern runtimes, allowing you to update to the major version release trains of those programming languages. In …

Oracle announced the availability of Java 18, the latest version of the world’s number one programming language and development platform. Java 18 (Oracle JDK 18) delivers thousands of performance, stability, and security improvements, including nine enhancements to the platform that will further improve developer productivity. The latest Java Development Kit (JDK) provides updates and improvements …

Today it is even easier to capture logs in your Java applications. Developers can get more data with their application logs using a new version of the Cloud Logging client library for Java. The library populates the current executing context implicitly with every ingested log entry. Read this if you want to learn how to …

Build your Java muscle while having some fun with ArnoldC, an open source programming language. Have you ever wished programming were more like an action movie? If you answered yes, then I have the language for you. While wandering the internet to find the most obscure and fun open source languages, I came across ArnoldC. …

You can use client libraries to interact with Cloud Storage. Using client libraries provides several benefits, including abstracting away low level details when making requests (such as authentication), and providing automatic retries of transient operations. Benefits of using client libraries for retries Most Cloud Storage client libraries perform retries automatically. Retries are helpful in case …

One year after Google App Engine was released in 2008, Java became the second language runtime available on the platform. Java developers were able to deploy and scale their servlet-based web applications easily, without worrying about infrastructure management. Not only Java was able to run then, but alternative JVM languages, like Apache Groovy, and Kotlin …

SlashData’s latest Developer Nation report looks at the popularity of programming languages and trends from the global developer community.  JavaScript is now used by more than 16.4 million developers globally, says a survey of more than 19,000 coders – making it the world’s most popular programming language “by a wide margin”. SlashData’s 21st State of the …

According to Evans Data Corporation Data’s Global Developer Population and Demographic Study, there are 26.9 million software developers worldwide, a number that is expected to grow to 27.7 million in 2023 and 28.7 million in 2024. The USA is taking the leading position by the number of software developers reached 4,3 million. According to Statista, in 2019 the number of software …

Historically, many employers have limited their searches for entry-level technical talent to universities with top-ranked computer science programs. As the world begins to emerge from COVID-19 – with companies hiring in droves and demand for software developers far outweighing supply – it’s an ideal time to rethink that approach. To remain competitive, employers must seek tech talent in new …

As corporate demand soars for entry-level software developers, there are plenty to be found beyond the premier schools. It’s not just the premier universities that offer high-ranking computer science programs. A new report finds that other universities across the U.S. are producing students with the highly sought-after programming skills companies need. As the demand for …