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TypeScript 4.2 tunes tuple types

Now available as a production release, TypeScript 4.2 loosens restrictions on rest elements in tuple types and improves type alias preservation.


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IT Salary Survey 2021: Over half of IT pros are satisfied at work – but nearly half are job hunting

Happy at work? Maybe you are not alone. Our 2021 salary survey of IT professionals reveals current attitudes to pay, responsibilities and what matters most in their current jobs.


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Android 12 developer preview bolsters privacy, user experience

Developers can play with new capabilities in security, privacy, media transcoding, rich content insertion, audio, and more.


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Review: AWS AI and Machine Learning stacks up

Amazon Web Services provides an impressively broad and deep set of machine learning and AI services, rivaling Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure.


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Unleash the power of Python regex

How to use the regular expression functions provided by the ‘re’ library to match, search, and replace text in your Python programs.


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3 kinds of bias in AI models — and how we can address them

A biased AI model must have learned a biased relationship between its inputs and outputs. We can fix that.


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IT Salary Survey 2021: Hiring rate expected to increase but priorities will shift

Our survey of 1,172 IT professionals finds that demand for some IT skills is strong but the pandemic has influenced the rate of hiring and roles that are being prioritized.


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Introducing Microsoft .NET 6

Microsoft is unveiling its road map for the next major release of .NET, along with a first preview download.


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Higher education embraces cloud computing just in time

Rising demand for remote learning plus growing student dissatisfaction equals colleges and universities rushing to cloud-based platforms.


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Are software developers important? Yes, very

Survey of senior IT decision makers suggests that most execs understand the importance of listening to developers and making them happy.


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Scala 3 moves to release candidate stage

Type parameters, syntax get attention in planned upgrade to the popular functional language for JVM and JavaScript runtimes.


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IT Salary Survey 2021: Compensation holds steady despite pandemic

Our survey of 1,172 IT pros finds that despite the pandemic, most people have seen compensation rise or remain steady but some old inequalities remain


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The real value of open source in the cloud

It’s a mistake to believe that running open source in the cloud will protect you from vendor lock-in. But open source certainly offers freedom and independence to developers.


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How to use LazyCache in ASP.NET Core MVC 5

Take advantage of LazyCache to improve the performance and scalability of your ASP.NET 5 Core applications in heavy load scenarios.


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Why Microsoft Azure wins with enterprise customers

In the cloud wars, Microsoft often comes off as second best to Amazon Web Services. But when it comes to established enterprises Azure wins more often than not. Here’s why.