Today our post is about you. And everyone who codes around the world. Each year, there fields a survey covering everything from developers’ favorite technologies to their job preferences. And we are excited to present you Stack Overflow’s Developer Survey 2019 results.
We can’t deny the importance of Node.js and it is especially wonderful to see when some utilities are brought into the Node.js core because they can help identify numerous problems, for example, support issues sent to the different repositories. Yes, we are going to tell you how the Diagnostic Report utility was recently brought into the Node.js and how it changed our lives.
Sometimes web application with React deals with a large amount of data. And its rendering might affect the whole application performance. But this time we have React-window for rendering large lists and tabular data! This tool aimed at rendering only the items in the list that are currently visible!
For the third time already AI & Big Data Day, a conference dedicated to the innovative developments in the sphere of the Artificial Intellect and Big Data Processing, will be held in Lviv! In the beginning of this year Syndicode has supported this great event too and participated with a speech on Machine Learning for Inventory Balancing. Don’t miss the new AI & Big Data Day! On November 3 join AI & Big Data Day 2018 in Lviv!
This spring we were happy to participate in the outstanding event of AI & Big Data Day 2018 in Lviv. Our CEO and CTO Anton Naumenko gave a speech on Machine Learning for Inventory Balancing there. Today we’re announcing the next round of this conference devoted to the latest developments in the field of artificial intelligence and big data processing! Welcome to Lviv AI & Big Data Day!
This tutorial was published on Tristan Penman’s blog as the result of the author’s experiment on improving the performance and reducing a memory usage of a data structure he implemented using Ruby. He has been reimplementing the core functionality in C++, exposing it to Ruby via a native extension. Let’s follow Tristan and investigate the way to create Ruby Gem with native extensions!