Programming languages: Developers reveal the ones they love, and the ones they dread

Over 80,000 developers from 181 countries have cast their vote on their favorite technologies and once again the Mozilla-hatched Rust programming language has come out on top. 

Some 86.69% of developers picked Rust as their most “loved language” – a status it’s held for the past six years in programmer Q&A site Stack Overflow’s annual developer survey. The 2021 Developer Survey was carried out from May 25 to June 15, 2021, and gained responses from 83,439 developers in 181 countries. 

To come up with the “most loved” metric, Stack Overflow asked developers what language they worked with in the past

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Only time will tell what I do next: Babul Supriyo after announcing decision to quit politics | India News

KOLKATA: A day after kicking off a political storm over his announcement to quit politics over Facebook, former Union minister and BJP leader Babul Supriyo on Sunday said he has met top leaders of the saffron party, but was yet to take a call on his next course of action.
The Asansol MP told a TV channel that “only time will tell what I do in the future”.
Taking a dig at TMC spokesman Kunal Ghosh for his assertion that Supriyo was staging a drama and didn’t have the guts to quit as MP, the parliamentarian said, “I
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Big Ten Announces 2021 Postgraduate Scholarship Recipients

The Big Ten Conference office announced its annual postgraduate scholarship recipients on Wednesday, as two student-athletes from each of the 14 Big Ten institutions who plan to continue their education at a graduate degree program were each awarded a $7,500 scholarship, based primarily on academic achievements.
 

This year’s recipients, who represent 19 different sports, will continue their education in a variety of different disciplines including applied science engineering; biology; biomedical engineering; chemical and biochemical engineering; child, youth & family studies; computer sciences; dentistry; economics; exercise science; finance/accounting; geographic information science; human physiology; kinesiology; literature; mathematics; mechanical engineering; neuroscience/pre-medicine; plant
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2021-22 Illinois State Men’s Basketball Scholarship Endowment Recipients Announced

2021-22 Illinois State Men’s Basketball Scholarship Endowment Recipients Announced

NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State men’s basketball has announced the student-athletes that were chosen as the recipients for prestigious endowed scholarships, and this year, seven deserving and outstanding student-athletes were selected for these honors.

The 2021-22 winners of the seven endowed scholarships dedicated to men’s basketball include Mark Freeman, Alex Kotov, Kendall Lewis, Abdou Ndiaye, Antonio Reeves, Josiah Strong, and Emon Washington.

Doug Collins Endowed Scholarship Recipient // Antonio Reeves, Chicago, Ill.

Reeves averaged 12.4 points per game in 2020-21 while

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COVID-19, poor economy trigger low investment in warehousing | The Guardian Nigeria News


Except the Federal Government reviews its economic policies, increase manufacturing activities and provide conducive environment for export, Nigeria’s industrial warehouse space may continue to nosedive, stakeholders have warned.

They said poor state of the economy, which worsened following insecurity in the country, rising exchange rates and outbreak of COVID-19 necessitated the growth of logistic firms and shift in demand for industrial to commercial and medium-size warehouses by investors.

A recent real estate report by Ubosi, Eleh and Company showed that the demand for warehouse around several cities in the country is not expected to increase despite the sustained growth in

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How to Research the History of Your Home

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Whether you live in an older home, or just appreciate them (and can lose hours scrolling through the Cheap Old Houses Instagram account), you may have looked at a house and wondered about its history: How old it is, who lived and died there, and what other events took place there over the years.

Fortunately, there are a few relatively simple ways to get the backstory on your house, or that one in your neighborhood you’ve always been curious about. Here’s what to know and where to start.

Google the house’s address

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A language ladder for an education roadblock

The dreams of many Indian students seeking to pursue professional courses in their mother tongue can be realised

Every great change starts with a revolutionary step. The recent decision of 14 engineering colleges across eight States to offer courses in regional languages in select branches from the new academic year marks a historic moment in the academic landscape of the country on which rests the future of succeeding generations.

Showing the way

On a parallel note, the decision of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), to permit B. Tech programmes in 11 native languages in tune with the

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Don’t allow politics to divide you, Jonathan tells Ijaw leaders

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has called on leaders and stakeholders of the Ijaw nation to shun divisiveness and work together in love and unity for the collective interest of the Ijaw people in Nigeria.

Jonathan made the call when the national executive members of the Ijaw National Congress, accompanied by the Central Zone officials of the Ijaw Youth Council, paid him a visit at his office in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, on Friday.

According to the former president, the relevance of the Ijaw ethnic nationality as a minority group is being threatened because they are not existing within one location, except

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Women’s Basketball Scholarship Endowment Recipients Announced

NORMAL, Ill. – Each year, deserving Illinois State women’s basketball student-athletes are chosen as recipients for prestigious endowed scholarships at Illinois State University. This year, four outstanding Redbirds were selected for these honors by head coach Kristen Gillespie.

The 2020-21 winners of the four endowed scholarships dedicated to women’s basketball include rising seniors Kayel Newland and Lexy Koudelka, redshirt junior Mary Crompton and junior Hannah Kelle.

“Kayel, Lexy, Mary, and Hannah all embody what it means to be a Redbird and everything you want in your program,” said Gillespie. “Their dedication both

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Call for 2022 LWF Scholarship Applications

Scholarships for Theology and Diakonia/Development

Every year, around 90 new Lutheran World Federation scholarships are awarded in the fields of theology and diakonia. The aim is to equip individuals with knowledge, skills and confidence in order to strengthen the churches’ capacities for holistic mission and prepare the next generation of leaders in the Lutheran communion.  

The scholarships are therefore a means of empowering churches for sustainable growth and development within the churches and in the wider community. 

Only candidates who fulfill the following criteria are eligible to apply for an LWF scholarship:

  • Church affiliation of the candidate: Only applications from
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