I'm back from GitHub Universe, which was an incredible conference! But if you missed it, don't worry - there's a few quick links with all the announcements.
- Updates to the Git Commit Graph Feature
commit-graph feature updates git's internal data structures, and leads to serious performance improvements. It's out of beta and enabled by default!
- Use C# 8 In Any .NET Project Today
As the .NET landscape shifts from .NET Framework to .NET Core, it can be confusing to know what's supported where. Good news - the new C# 8 has support everywhere.
- The Go language turns 10: A Look at Go's Growth in the Enterprise
Hard to believe that Go has existed for ten years already. And now it's used widely within the enterprise - well outside of its initial beginnings at Google.
- Java 13 and IntelliJ IDEA
I don't write any Java these days, so I'm pretty out of touch with the language. Seeing what's new in Java 13 - and how IDEA enables the new features - is pretty exciting.
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