Quick Post via Twitter: Comprehensive episode re #rustlang with http://bit.ly/2J6Pxym 👉 history 👉 #CLANG usage 👉 role as #systemsLanguage 👉 #FFI interface allows use in #python, #php, etc 👉 #concurrency solved 👉 vs #golang #qp @merlyn’s #FLOSSWeekly 477:@rustlang https://t.co/JAgYN3IaQj https://t.co/j5FV4xQ64J

Comprehensive episode re #rustlang with http://bit.ly/2J6Pxym 👉 history 👉 #CLANG usage 👉 role as #systemsLanguage 👉 #FFI interface allows use in #python, #php, etc 👉 #concurrency solved 👉 vs #golang #qp @merlyn’s #FLOSSWeekly 477:@rustlang https://t.co/JAgYN3IaQj https://t.co/j5FV4xQ64J

The eli4d Gazette – Issue 48: Learning Django 2 and the 2018 Stack Overflow Developer Survey

If you’re interested in learning Django 2 As a teacher and a learner, I’m on the lookout for great folks that create courses. If you’re interested in learning the Django framework (this may especially be of interest to my former Python students) then you might be interested in this kickstarter campaign by Tracy Osborn. Tracy … Continue reading The eli4d Gazette – Issue 48: Learning Django 2 and the 2018 Stack Overflow Developer Survey

The eli4d Gazette – Issue 036

Tech Pick I came across this interesting question about choosing a development stack. The Question: When building a new web app, project, website, how do you choose your development stack? Nowadays there are hundreds of ways one could go about building the same project. I am a entry level software developer wanting to start a … Continue reading The eli4d Gazette – Issue 036

The eli4d Gazette – Issue 032

Tech Pick I’ve had Python on my brain lately due to heavy duty preparation for my upcoming online Python course. So coming across Instagram’s Python technology stack was interesting. The article begins with: Each day, over 95 million photos and videos are shared on Instagram. The unstoppable photo-centric social media platform has over 600 million … Continue reading The eli4d Gazette – Issue 032

The eli4d Gazette – Issue 008

Issue 008: 2016-06-22 Tech Pick For the longest time, Internet Explorer 6 represented to me the epitome…the core of Microsoft as a company. To me, the soul and goal of IE6 were a perfect parallel to Microsoft as a company. Then everything changed with the hiring of Satya Nadella in 2014. Now granted, Microsoft had … Continue reading The eli4d Gazette – Issue 008