TPCI – TIOBE Programming Community Index

The TIOBE Programming Community index gives an indication of the popularity of programming languages. The index is updated once a month. The ratings are based on the world-wide availability of skilled engineers, courses and third party vendors. The popular search engines Google and Yahoo! are used to calculate the ratings. Observe that the TPC index is not about the best programming language or the language in which most lines of code have been written.

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Qualität aus der Segert-Schmiede

“Die Anleitung Mit Firefox per Du – 11 Kapitel einer Browser-Freundschaft wendet sich an Einsteiger, die wenig Erfahrung mit Browsern und dem Internet haben. Schritt für Schritt lernen Sie wichtige Funktionen von Firefox auf Windows kennen. Danach surfen Sie sicherer, komfortabel und schnell durch das Internet und sind unabhängig vom Internet Explorer. Das Schöne: Firefox kostet Sie keinen Cent.”

Mit Firefox per Du – 11 Kapitel einer Browser-Freundschaft auf Windows von Ralph Segert

J2EE: no longer required…

“So let’s look at the requirements for today’s corporate applications … Given these requirements, Java does not fare very well. Apparently what is needed is a language/environment that is loosely typed in order to encapsulate XML well and that can efficiently process text. It should be very well suited for specifying control flow. And it should be a thin veneer over the operating system.

Most Linux distribution in fact bundle three such languages, PHP, Python, and Perl … they have the necessary ingredients to meet the requirements of the next corporate computing phase of "text pump" applications.”

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The True Story of Audion

“Jobs wanted to know how big we were, and how long we’ve been doing this. He wanted to know a few more things that I can’t even really remember. I remember he asked, "Do you have any other ideas for apps you want to work on?" I replied, genuinely, "Well, we’ve got an idea for a digital photo management program…" and he replied with a simple, "Yeah. Don’t do that one." Everyone in the room laughed”

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