Tag: C++

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Google brings Rust support to Chromium

Google brings Rust support to Chromium

The move aims to simplify development while delivering a safer browser experience. This week Google announced that the Chromium project is going to support third-party Rust libraries from C++ in Chromium. In fact, Google is actively pursuing adding a production Rust toolchain to their build syst... Read more

date20 days ago
Meta PyTorch 2.0 is now available

Meta PyTorch 2.0 is now available

Meta just released PyTorch 2.0, the latest version of its open-source machine learning framework. The release aims to increase performance speed while maintaining the framework's eager-mode development and user experience. PyTorch 2.0 includes support for Dynamic Shapes and Distributed, among ot... Read more

date2 months ago
Google positions Carbon as an experimental successor to C++

Google positions Carbon as an experimental successor to C++

The Carbon Language was presented by Google software engineer Chandler Carruth at Toronto's C++ North conference this week. Chandler described the programming language as an "experimental successor to C++", sparking much interest in the C++ community. Given the interest the community has shown ... Read more

date7 months ago
Developer survey shows C# losing ground to JavaScript and others

Developer survey shows C# losing ground to JavaScript and others

C# falls in popularity for cloud apps but is still a major player in gaming A new developer survey from Slashdata has shown the popularity of C# dropping from third to sixth place in three years. C# is the primary language of Microsoft's .NET platform. Despite the drop in popularity, however,... Read more

date2 years ago
Latest release of C++ is boosting its popularity with developers

Latest release of C++ is boosting its popularity with developers

New features are making C++ the fastest growing language in the developer community. It's been 35 years since C++ first appeared on the scene. The language quickly became one of the top three programming languages worldwide, with a market share of 17.53% in 2003. Since then, C++ has dropped in p... Read more

date2 years ago