Posted by Ivan Lytvyn, Web Marketer
July 7th, 2015

WebAssembly:
The Beginning of a New Era

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A great future is waiting for the Web. A couple of weeks ago Brendan Eich, an American technologist and creator of the JavaScript programming language, announced that cross-browser work has begun creating a new binary syntax for safe low-level code that will work better than JavaScript. Google, Microsoft, Mozilla, and some tech experts are working together on a project at the W3C WebAssembly Community Group that could be the next big thing.

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Posted by Ivan Lytvyn, Web Marketer
July 3rd, 2015

Top Books for Developers

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Just like programming trends and languages, programming books come and go. But there are some books for developers and programmers that have stood the test of time. Obviously, reading is a good way to help improve your programmatic vocabulary and you can also learn how to express yourself in different ways. A good book will show how to implement the best practices or patterns in a way that no verbal description or non-programmatic explanation can.

Dou.ua has prepared a list of must-read programming books according to a survey among Ukrainian developers and testers.

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Posted by Ivan Lytvyn, Web Marketer
July 1st, 2015

Programming Languages Popularity in 2015 [GitHut, RedMonk, Jobs Tractor, TIOBE Index]

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Every well-known website for tech guys and IT specialists should have its own popular programming languages. And that’s not a joke. As the more ratings we would have, the better we could understand what the latest trends in IT world are and what programming language we should study next. GitHut, RedMonk, Jobs Tractor, and TIOBE have prepared lists of the top 10 popular programming languages according to the data that is collected on their websites.

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Posted by Ivan Lytvyn, Web Marketer
June 30th, 2015

Free Online IT Courses [July 2015]

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Most of us have one or two areas of knowledge that we want to know better with every dayexpand – things related to our jobs and maybe a hobby or two. But while it’s important to develop a deep understanding of our specialization, it is just as important to develop a broad understanding of other tech areas and the world in general. That’s why at the beginning of each month we prepare a list of free online courses in computer science, engineering, programming, and mathematics. Hope one of these could be really useful for to you and your colleagues.

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Posted by Ivan Lytvyn, Web Marketer
June 25th, 2015

How Developers Can Profit from Internet of Things

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A couple of days ago we talked about some challenges that the IT industry faces because of the rapid growth of the Internet of Things. But at the same time, these changes bring new opportunities, mainly for tech specialists. Developers and programmers who have the right mix of Internet of Things skills and experience will soon make some big money, but the time to start getting those skills is right now.

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