SWIFT: Apple Releases Swift 2.2 Programming Language with Ubuntu Linux Support. As of March 21, 2016, the Linux community can download the production version of Swift 2.2, which has been made available at the moment only for Canonical’s Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) and Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf) Linux kernel-based operating systems. Read more

JAVA PATCH: Emergency Java Update Fixes Two-Year-Old Flaw After Researchers Bypass Old Patch. The new patch comes after a security firm demonstrated that a 2013 fix for a critical vulnerability was inefficient. Read more

PHP: Peachpie Compiler Aims to Bring PHP to .Net. Built with Microsoft’s open source Roslyn compiler, Peachpie leverages .Net’s metaprogramming technologies in PHP. In addition to possible performance gains, compiling to .Net provides PHP developers access to the existing culture of software written for .Net, as well as features of the .Net runtime itself. Read more

C#: How to Program Using PostSharp in C#. Take advantage of this popular AOP framework to seamlessly manage common functionalities like exception handling, logging, security, and transactions in your application. Read more


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