Weekly Roundup: Django, Ruby Version Release, Latest Tech News & Updates
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This week we brought you some noteworthy releases in development technologies. Enjoy the trending blogs and perspectives in the developer’s community. Here are the news updates a techie needs to know this last month of the year on technologies and tools.
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Django 3.0 Released
Django 3.0 was released on December 2, 2019. This is a major version update which comes with built-in async functionality and support for MariaDB and Python 3.6,3.7, and 3.8. Django is a python based framework specially designed for developers to build apps faster with lesser code. Django 3.0 also supports third-party library support for the older version of Django.
Ruby 2.7.0 – Preview 3 Released
Ruby 2.7.0 preview 3 is released. Ruby is a general-purpose programming language. The preview version is released to gather feedback for the final release at the beginning of 2020. Preview 3 was mainly released to confirm the compatibility of keyword arguments.
Here are the notable features that will be out with Ruby 2.7.0 version,
- Compaction GC
- REPL improvement
- Separation of positional
- Keyword arguments
- Pattern Matching
Bootstrap 5 Release Update
If you are running PostgreSQL, your data is sitting on some physical disks in some other place. This article creates awareness about the firmware issues you should consider to restore the data and ensure minimal downtime. Learn More.
Are you an AI tech enthusiast, here are the predictions you may want to know about improvements and developments in the upcoming year 2020. Know the reasons for what will be causing a shift in Voice assistance and predictions of Artificial intelligence. Learn More.
Beginner in Kubernetes? Check out this study course on Kubernetes for full-stack developers. The blog covers the fundamentals and overview of architecture as a whole. It teaches you to create your own Kubernetes cluster from scratch and run your own application on it. Learn More.
TUTORIAL OF THE WEEK
Setting up a Python Development Environment in Visual Studio Code (Windows)
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