Top Picks to Future Proof Your Development Skills [Infographic]

Working in the digital recruitment industry, we are seeing more often than not that hiring organizations are looking for more than the traditional programming languages from candidates. Many software developers are keen to up skill and enhance their knowledge of programming, but it’s important that they know the programming languages that are trending up, and that are set to stand the test of time in the industry in order to ‘future proof’ their skills.
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Top 10 Programming Languages in 2017

Programming is something vast and rather individual as each developer chooses tools that are most convenient for them. However, certain languages, platforms, and frameworks have claimed themselves as some of the easiest and most efficient to use. Thus we have collected for you the top-10 programming languages loved by developers nowadays. Which one is your favorite?
Python
Python is a dynamic and general-purpose language that emphasizes code readability and enables developers to use fewer lines of code (in comparison with Java or C++). It supports multiple programming paradigms and has a large standard library.

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Retrieve Custom Field Values for Phabricator Objects

Phabricator is an incredibly well-coded PHP application but lacks a bit on the documentation side.  Then again, what open source project isn’t?  Over the past months I’ve been slowly integrating Phabricator, a newish review tool, with Bugzilla, a much older tool.  The most recent step saw me needing to add a custom field (DifferentialCommitMessageCustomField class […]
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