Microsoft shipped TypeScript 5.0 with new features claimed to make the language smaller, simpler and faster.
TypeScript ranked fourth on the survey-based report when respondents were asked "What are the top 3 skills software engineers should learn/know right now in your opinion?"
Microsoft updated its programming languages strategy, confirming that Visual Basic will remain a going concern even though it's still relegated to second-rate status when compared to C# and F#.
After being recognized as ONE of the fastest-growing programming languages in last year's developer report from dev tooling specialist JetBrains, Microsoft's TypeScript was named THE fastest-growing language this year.
"TypeScript posted a doubletake-inducing 2,788 percent gain."
TypeScript has climbed steadily over the past few years to become the most popular programming language used on the CircleCI platform.
Microsoft released TypeScript 4.8 with a host of new features ranging from Find All References improvements to the ability to exclude specific files from auto-imports.
A new tech jobs report for the first half of 2022 from careers marketplace Dice shows that postings for TypeScript positions have exploded compared to the same period last year.
Arriving with .NET 7 in early November will be many new features in C# 11, the latest iteration of Microsoft's flagship programming language.
One use case for the analysis of variance statistics technique is asking if student performances are the same in three classrooms taught by the same teacher but with different textbooks, says Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research.
With no built-in functions for classical statistics analyses in the .NET library, Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research explains how to roll your own from scratch.
After previously discussing permutations, Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research uses step-by-step examples and full code presentations to explore combinations.
Microsoft's TypeScript programming language over the past few years has been steadily climbing the popularity rankings in Stack Overflow's huge annual developer survey, this year knocking off Java to crack the top five.
Rust rules among programming languages used for WebAssembly projects, but Blazor (C#) is coming on strong.
"An unacceptable abuse of power from the stewards of the platform, and a betrayal of the community."
It was a big week for Microsoft-centric development news, including TypeScript 4.7 reaching General Availability, Visual Studio for Arm coming soon, Azure Deployment environments and more.
Microsoft's C# programming language posted the largest 12-month gain in popularity, says the TIOBE Index for May 2022
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research presents a full step-by-step example with all code to predict a person's optimism score from their occupation, eye color and country.
Epic fail by editor of Visual Studio Magazine, who has never even HEARD of Browxy.
Careers firm Hired published a "2022 State of Software Engineers" report that analyzes demand, salaries, skills and preferences, including programming languages.
A new "What's new in C# 11" post explains new features available in preview with the latest tooling bits: NET 6.0.200 SDK or Visual Studio 2022 v17.1.
"This means VB.NET developers can keep using VB, and go to .NET, and get to .NET Core all at once."
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