Julia is a new language for technical computing. It combines the convenience of dynamic languages with good performance -- about twice as slow as C. The Julia home page shows some benchmark times compared to C. The key is a dynamic type system designed to let a compiler infer most types accurately. I won't go into the type system more, but instead will show Julia from a beginner's perspective.
Create responsive application and web page layouts that adapt to a variety of device sizes and form factors.
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Intel® VTune™ Amplifier for Systems is part of the Intel® System Studio, http://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-system-studio, suite of
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I'm sure I'm dating myself more than I like when I say that I remember when "Structured Programming" was a new thing. By the time I learned about it in my first Pascal class, I had been programming for a while in Basic. I was psyched by the cleanliness and beauty of such wonderful features as
while loops and
I was in High School when we got our first "home computer". At the time there were quite a variety of home computers available, with different operating systems, different hardware and different features. One thing they all had in common, though, was 'Basic'. Pretty much every computer came with the ability to write and execute Basic programs.
The video gives an overview of local storage, indexdb and WebSQL