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We’re excited to announce updates to the F# tools for Visual Studio 16.9. Since the F# 5 release last November, we’ve been hard at work to improve the F# tools experience in Visual Studio. I’ll cover the major improvements made by category: .NET 5 scripting for Visual Studio New productivity features for Visual Studio Tooling performance and respon
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Editor’s Note: The following is an article written for and published in DZone’s 2021  Data Persistence Trend Report . Conventional database systems such as MySQL or Microsoft SQL Server are based upon tables, implying rows and columns. This makes it difficult to represent relational graph objects, with records being parents and children of other re
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Delving a bit into what’s happening under the hood when you manipulate your Excel file or data frames. Photo by Christian Wiediger on Unsplash I consider myself as an applied programmer, I use high-level programming languages like Python to manipulate the data frames, build simple pipelines to facilitate the data analysis of certain tasks. However, ...
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In this guide, you’ll learn all about refactoring source code: the benefits, challenges, tools, and best practices, and what is the difference between refactoring and technical debt. Originally published at Tech Debt Blog by Cate Lawrence . We’re all looking at ways to clean up our code, reduce complexity and improve functionality. Refactoring prov ...
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The originally object-oriented programming language Python is to receive a new feature in version 3.10, which is mainly known from functional languages: pattern matching. The change is controversial in the Python community and has triggered a heated debate. Pattern matching is a symbol-processing method that uses a pattern to identify discrete stru
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Photo by Saffu on Unsplash In the age of Big Data, Machine Learning, User Data Privacy, and other big tech words it’s easy to forget that this data often lives inside databases. When we scroll through a shopping website a server is sending requests to a database that stores millions, if not billions of records. And as far as we as users are concern ...
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for Static Application Security Testing Tools All automated testing solutions produce results when run against a target system. That’s expected. What’s more interesting about this process is that we want these results to be as related as possible; we don’t want false alarms. False alarms or in more technical terms false positives (FPs) are the anti ...
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In this quick guide to Python's datetime module, you'll learn how to parse dates, extract meaningful information from dates, handle timedelta objects and much more. So without further ado let's start counting time with Python! Most programming languages provide libraries for easy handling of dates. Python offers the powerful datetime
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Scala 3 incorporates many changes and is based on Dotty, a new compiler using the internal data structures of Document Object Types. In development for the past eight years, new features in Dotty include new types, improved enum handling and metaprogramming. The first release candidate is now available and version 3.0.0 is scheduled for release in
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Reading code can help you become a better writer of it.Read the full story ...
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The recent release of Chrome 88 includes significant updates to the Chrome DevTools that include improved network debugging, experimental CSS Flexbox debugging tools, improved frame details view, new WASM debug capabilities, and general performance improvements. By Guy Nesher
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Blizzard's Diablo IV team has published a blog about how they leverage Visual Studio and WSL to debug Linux core dumps on their Windows environments. By Erik Costlow
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Learning R from Python — 5 lessons I wish I knew a week ago (or, why I wish I’d read the docs) After much, much fighting it, last week I finally decided it was time to stop working entirely in Python, and figure out this R nonsense I keep hearing about. There are endless articles about which is best, so I won’t re-tread that here — suffice to say y ...
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This week we welcome Jonathan Hoffstadt (@jhoffs1) as our PyDev of the Week! Jonathan is the co-author of Dear PyGUI. It’s a neat, new Python GUI package. You can see what else Jonathan has been working on over on Github. Let’s spend some time getting to know Jonathan better! Can you tell us a little about yourself (hobbies, education, etc): I’m a
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fizzbuzz Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash Well this is a fun one and probably the most popular problem and if you’re here before reading parts I — III you can start here . fizzbuzz So for this problem you’re asked to write a program that console logs the numbers from 1 to n. But for multiples of 3 print “fizz” instead of the number and for multip ...
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As a Software Engineer, the mind is trained to seek optimizations in every aspect of development and ooze out every bit of available CPU Resource to deliver a performing application. This begins not only in designing the algorithm or coming out with efficient and robust architecture but right onto the choice of programming language. Most of us, as
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[Question/Problem Statement is the Property of HackerRank] Algorithms/Data Structures —  [Problem Solving]  An Institutional Broker wants to Review their Book of Customers to see which are Most Active. Given a List of Trades By "Customer Name, Determine which Customers Account for At Least 5% of the Total Number of Trades. Order the List Alphabetic
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As folks are aware we added a new kind of heap in .NET 5 called the POH (Pinned Object Heap). Since this is a user facing feature (and there aren't that many of those in GC) I've been meaning to write about it but didn't get around till now. The post Internals of the POH appeared first on .NET Blog.
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[Question/Problem Statement is the Property of Techgig]  Monkeys in the Garden [www.techgig.com] In a garden, trees are arranged in a circular fashion with an equal distance between two adjacent trees. The height of trees may vary. Two monkeys live in that garden and they were very close to each other. One day they quarreled due to some misundersta
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