People compare programming languages with almost everything. Knowing about the upcoming arrival of the new “Game of Thrones” season, we decided to imagine how programming languages looked like, if they were characters of this serial.
IT conferences and meetings on programming languages see a growing number of speakers talking about static code analysis. Although this field is quite specific, there is still a number of interesting discussions to be found here to help programmers understand the methods, ways of use, and specifics of static code analysis. In this article, we have collected a number of videos on static analysis whose easy style of presentation makes them useful and interesting to a wide audience of both skilled and novice programmers.
Author: Matt Might
Static analyzers allow programmers to bound and predict the behavior of software without running it. Once used exclusively for program optimization, they have rapidly risen in prominence for areas like software security and automatic parallelization. The author takes you on a tour of the landscape of static analysis through the lens of abstract interpretation.
Video games are a big business. Total revenue for the U.S. video game industry reached $23.5 billion last year, a 5 percent increase from 2014. Behind every video game are programmers who help develop the product. Although programming languages vary by game, a few are the most popular. Here’s a look at the languages powering video game development.
Even the most experienced programmers aren’t able to remember all CSS properties or a correct way to write all commands. That’s why it’s always useful to have a cheat sheet at hand in the bookmarks of a browser.