PHP 8.0 is a major update and it contains many new features and optimizations including named arguments, union types, attributes, constructor property promotion, match expression, nullsafe operator, JIT, and improvements in the type system, error handling, and consistency.
Laravel 8 is now released and includes many new features including Laravel Jetstream, a models directory, model factory classes, migration squashing, rate-limiting improvements, time testing helpers, dynamic blade components, and many more features.
Historically, Microsoft was an enemy of the open source community. In more recent years, however, the Windows-maker has become an ally. In fact, under the leadership of Satya Nadella, it can be said that Microsoft is now an open source champion!
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is well known to set defaults across the industry. For example, RHEL pushed systemd so hard that all other Linux distro adopted for good or bad reasons. Now Red Hat announced that KDE Plasma Workspaces (KDE) been deprecated from RHEL 7.6 and all future version of RHEL.
Whilst Adobe products dominate the commercial market, for those on a smaller budget or wanting something a little different there are numerous high quality products available for Linux, many of which operate through the GNU open license system and thus come at the wonderful price of free!
Microsoft has released its second Insider preview build for Windows Server 2016. The new version, debuted as Windows Server Insider Build 16257, enables Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) to offer distributions such as Ubuntu and OpenSUSE to the proprietary server platform.
Along with the knowledge of programming language, every developer should have a sound knowledge of developer tools which is necessary for a more productive outcome.
A few months ago, we asked 20,000 people why they were learning to code. More than half of them said one reason was to help nonprofits.
What are PHP developers doing and what are they worried about? Taking the results of our recent Developer Pulse survey, this infographic pulls out the statistics, trends, and lessons of over 1200 PHP developers to help understand where we are today and what 2017 will bring.
On July 12, 2017, websites, Internet users, online communities an the Open Source Initiative will come together to sound the alarm about the FCC’s attack on net neutrality.
If you don’t know how to set up aliases in Linux, you should be very happy you have reached this page! Aliases are one of the most time-saving devices known to man. An alias is a way to make a complicated command or set of commands simple.
Linux Kernel 4.12 is released with initial support for AMD’s new Radeon RX Vega graphics card and NVidia’s GTX 1000 Pascal. Linus Torvalds believes that 4.12 is one of the bigger releases historically because it has over a million lines of new code.
The Linux Foundation is the most reputable non-profit open source organization. On last of 2016, they announced that Microsoft had joined the team at a Platinum member at the Microsoft’s Connect(); developer ceremony in New York.
In this article we are going to learn how to use Linux grep command in Linux. GREP stands for Global Regular Expression Print. Linux grep command is used to search in Linux and Unix. Here we are going to learn some very important and useful Linux Grep command examples.
Most of these apps will run on any Linux distro so this list isn’t restricted to Ubuntu OS and it includes applications for the most important tasks a typical user will run during the course of his day. So without further ado, let’s get to it.
Linux and BSD are two open source operating system families inspired by the 20th-century operating system Unix. Several things set the two apart like hardware support, development philosophy, etc. Also, Linux is more popular than BSD.
A lot is happening in the Ubuntu world these days after Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth shocked the entire Linux community when he announced that the Unity 8 user interface would no longer be developed.
Some Linux commands that might not be sitting in your top favorites list can still come in very handy in a number of ways. In today's post, we're going to examine some interesting though somewhat unusual command options.
The Linux project was announced by the Linux creator Linus Torvalds on August 25, 1991. With time, Linux has managed to earn a respectable place in the open source world. With other OS still struggling to provide security and reliability at the first place, here are 10 reasons to switch over to Linux.
In order to successfully working with the Linux sed editor and the awk command in your shell scripts you has to understand regular expressions or in short regex and to be accurate in our case it is bash regex, since there are many engines for regex you can use and we here in this regex tutorial will use the shell regex and see the bash power in working with regex.
2016 ended up witnessing the release of Linux Kernel 4.9. Which is packed up with several lines of code Linux kernel 4.9 is talked to be the biggest kernel release on terms of commits.
Linux is the Voldemort of computers. You speak its name and everyone cowers in the corner, fearful of the pain and suffering it might bring. The thing is, Linux may have been a scary operating system before, but all of that has changed in recent years. These myths, which are more accurately called lies, are now dead.
Linus Torvalds is the creator of Linux and he still decides what will happen in the world of Linux. Read more and watch an amazing video in which Linux talks to Bloomberg about his first line of code.
Nim, formerly known as Nimrod, is a statically typed, powerful, imperative programming language that doesn’t compromise with runtime efficiency. Having a syntax similar to Python, it encapsulate the best features of Go, Python, Rust, and Lisp. Despite the challenges faced due to small community of developers, Nim allows one to create robust and fast software.
We’re updating our brand identity using Mozilla open source principles, and everyone’s invited. In this, our Guidelines phase, we're starting to apply our updated identity, to be made public in early January, 2017. Your comments on the work in progress are welcome.
The release of the HTML5 standard about two years ago was a big deal in the web development community. Not only because it came packing an impressive list of new features, but also because it was the first major update to HTML since HTML 4.01 was released in 1999. You can still see some websites bragging about the use of the “modern” HTML5 standard today.
Python 3.6 has just been released by the Python Software Foundation. This release brings many new syntax features, including formatted string literals and underscores in numeric variables. Significant improvements in CPython implementation and standard library have also been made.
Microsoft is positioning itself as the software vendor of choice for enterprises that maintain hybrid cloud environments, and it's opening its arms to Linux and open source software to do it.
GitHub is the home of many popular open source projects like Ruby on Rails, jQuery, Docker, Go and many others. The way people (usually) contribute to an open source project on GitHub is using pull requests. A pull request is basically a patch which includes more information and allows members to discuss it on the website. This tutorial will guide you through the whole process to generate a pull request for a project.
Wondering which is the best operating system for ethical hacking and pen testing purposes? Trying to solve this problem, fossBytes has prepared a list of the most efficient Linux distros for hacking purposes that you need to check out in 2016.
Programming is a fascinating career option in today’s world. It has mystery, glamor and money provided you do hard work to achieve the best. However, it is a field dominated by males. We often hear the names of top programmers and all of them are males. However, there are many female programmers who have made names for themselves.
When Linux was born on Aug. 25, 1991, it was little more than a hobby for then 21-year old Linus Torvald. Today the Linux community is estimated to be upwards of 86 million users strong. It has become the backbone of large enterprises, and it is installed in government systems and embedded in devices worldwide.