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Linux Release 6.0
The new version of the Linux kernel has been released. Although there are no big changes in the latest release It has support for the latest Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm chips. With no major changes, Linus Torvalds has hinted that the next version of Linux 6.1 will include code written in Rust.
Currently, the Linux kernel is written in C but the addition of Rust will streamline the development process and make debugging easier. Rust is designed for system programming but handles memory automatically. The majority of the kernel will continue to be written in C as it is tried and tested. Developers will have to integrate Rust into their system so it will be a while before we see the new changes.
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When it comes to working with lots of code TypesScript can ensure that you assign and call the right data type. Its type-hinting keeps you on track and can save hours of debugging. Try the beginner’s guide to TypeScript to get started.
If cybersecurity is your thing or you are keen to learn more about networking to ethical hacking then you may be interested in free cybersecurity certifications.
Currently, in my studies, I am doing Algorithms and the time it takes to run them. This is called Big O Notation. It takes time to understand and wrap your head around the subject so check out the beginner’s guide to Big O and the time complexity chart. As you learn to code and find simpler ways to do things, you can run your code with the best efficiency. You gotta wrap your head around it first!
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