Julia is a fairly new programming language that is creating a lot of buzz in the field of technical and scientific computing. But don’t be raising your brows after reading the terms like scientific computing, it can also be used for general purpose and web programming.
In the year 2009 by Jeff Bezanson, Stefan Karpinski, Viral B. Shah under the supervision of Prof. Alan Edelman started to develop Julia at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Later, in the year 2012 it was released for public use.
Microsoft Research is investigating language designs for writing code that is simple, obvious, and easy to reason about for both humans and machines. Bosque (bohs-keh), Microsoft’s new open source programming language. It has a completely new model of programming termed as “Regularized Programming” that aims to reduce the accidental code complexity and focuses on algebraic operations.
ECMAScript is a standard for creating a scripting language based on a variety of technologies. In the previous part of this article we discussed about ES2017 and ES2018 features. Let’s talk about the next versions to know more about them.
You have probably heard about Node-RED and which is one of the most popular tool in IOT revolution. It’s an open-source flow based visual programming
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