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Why new programing languages succeed -- or fail
Familiarity, a commitment to open source and a very specific niche -- all of these are factors that can boost a programming language's longevity. But there's one more thing to consider. Read More

Oracle lays out long-range Java intentions
JDK (Java Development Kit) 10 and releases beyond it are intended to have a unified type system, in which everything would be made into objects, with no more primitives. Read More

Where Cobol systems go from here
When the last Cobol programmers walk out the door, 50 years of business processes encapsulated in the software they created may follow. Read More

Intel champions app dev for touch-based laptops
Software developers can take advantage of forthcoming laptops that combine touch and keyboard capabilities by tapping into the touchscreens. Such touchscreen laptops are expected later this year from PC vendors. Read More


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