Rust

Becoming RUSTy is not a bad thing

If you are a techie person, you, of course, know the tradition to write a little program to print the text “Hello, world!” to the screen when learning a new language. So today I would like to say “Hello, Rust!” to relatively new system programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segmentation faults, and guarantees… Continue reading Becoming RUSTy is not a bad thing

Google, Internet Browsers

Is Chrome about to swing the knockout punch at Firefox?

There has been a lot of talk about the dirge sounding for the Firefox browser. With a marked nosedive in market share (roughly 15%), the one-time king of the browse war has now fallen into third place (behind Internet Explorer and Chrome). As most pundits are scratching their heads, I'm fairly certain that there's a… Continue reading Is Chrome about to swing the knockout punch at Firefox?

Adobe, Google, Java, Microsoft, Open Source, Platforms, Programming languages, Python, Ruby, Web

What programming languages are most popular in Sweden?

The IT sector is flourishing. If you've used a computer for at least a couple of times in the last few years, you've probably noticed this. I’ve noticed it myself even more after a business trip to Stockholm where I was lucky to attend some conferences and learnt more about Swedish IT industry tendencies. These… Continue reading What programming languages are most popular in Sweden?

Internet Browsers, IT Trends

People Say: Will Google Chrome be #1 in 2012?

According to Statcounter numbers and charts, Google Chrome should be the number 1 browser in the world as soon as this year. Let’s see what LI members think about this prediction. «No. Good old IE has plenty of mileage left yet, and because it is a "known platform" will continue to be a standard in… Continue reading People Say: Will Google Chrome be #1 in 2012?