- Ruby 2.6.0 Released
Christmas is an important time for the Ruby language, as it's an important annual release date. In 2.6.0 comes a just-in-time compiler (JIT) among other exciting changes.
- I Used The Web For A Day Using A Screen Reader
A sighted developer spends a day navigating the websites using a screenreader to try to understand the state of the art in web visual accessibility.
- Scratch 3.0 is now available
Scratch is a kid-friendly programming language that lets you easily build games and cartoon-like applications. This major new release provides updates and now includes hardware support.
- Chocolatey on Windows
Package management has historically been a nightmare on Windows - but not with Chocolatey. A look at Chocolatey, the tool that helps you manage your application packages.
- Get Started Developing TypeScript Apps with WebStorm
One of the best things I learned in 2018 was TypeScript: if you're a web developer and you haven't tried it yet, I encourage you to check it out.
- GitKraken's Top 20 Dev Tools for 2019 Git
- Eclipse Che 7 is Coming and It’s Really Hot Java
- GitHub: a few of our favorite 2018 ships Git
- Simplifying Kubernetes with Docker Compose and Friends Docker
- FBT: an internationalization framework
- GitKraken v4.2 Git
- GitLab Security Release: 11.6.1, 11.5.6, 11.4.13 Git Security
- ReSharper Ultimate 2018.3 is released! .NET
- Node v11.6.0 (Current) Node.JS
- GitLens With Eric Amodio
If you're a VS Code user, then the GitLens extension will provide insight into your changes. Burke Holland sits down with Eric Amodio, the author of GitLens, to understand it.
- The DevOps Lab: Running your First Docker Container in Azure
Containers are the hot new thing for DevOps, but don't worry if you're not up to speed yet: Damian Brady is joined by Jay Gordon who introduces them.
- .NET Rocks: .NET Foundation Update with Jon Galloway and Beth Massi
The .NET Foundation is changing, and moving to an open membership model. Richard and Carl are joined by Jon Galloway and Beth Massi to understand what the future holds.
- TalkPython: Data Science Year in Review 2018 Edition
Python continues to dominate data science in 2018; a year-end wrap-up that looks at the top 10 stories in Python for data science.