New technologies

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  1. Undertaker's Avatar

    Undertaker said:

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    What are people using these days?


    in the last few years i've learnt c# and asp.net webforms and ms sql..... yes I know webforms lol
    i am now learning angular 6 and .net core web api with entity framework

    all part of work
     
  2. BertRoot's Avatar

    BertRoot said:

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    Round me it is all NodeJS, MongoDB, JSon and delivery using REST APIs for applications targetted for web style delivery.

     
  3. Goldberg's Avatar

    Goldberg said:

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    I am massively into Python at the moment and loving it.
    Using it for work, scripting, scraping, home automation - you name it I am finding a way to shoehorn Python onto it!!

    I do a lot of API testing with it, tend to use Postman to get started and then put it into python code (using requests library). Parsing the JSON is a doddle and then you can even use Locust.io to load test.

    Python Python Python!! (2.7 that is, not jumped to 3+ yet)
    We all make mistakes sometimes
     
  4. piggzy's Avatar

    piggzy said:

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    Webforms pmsl, get some MVC in ya

    Still mostly using c#, been using MS .net core recently as it now runs in Linux. Been dabbling with it mostly for potential project but nothing serious.

    Keep meaning to dabble more in Python but never quite get round to it for whatever reason. Also dabble in Java here and there.
    Been looking into dapps and other blockchain apps and smart contracts recently too.
     
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    xdam said:

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    Iím a web developer / designer so Iíve got plenty of experience with PHP, 18 years worth, but Iím completely self thought. Obviously HTML and CSS are second nature after 20 years of making sites. Thankfully Iíve mostly moved with the times. I like to check out dribbble.com and codepen.io to stay up to date.

    Would love to get into mobile app development.
     
  6. Undertaker's Avatar

    Undertaker said:

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    yep

    looks like asp net core as backend with JavaScript front ends like angular react vue seems popular

    plenty of decent courses on udemy
     
  7. marcode's Avatar

    marcode said:

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    done a fair bit of enterprise back end shit, desktop software in c#/SQL. hate c#.

    also in recent years I've done a lot of html/CSS/js/frameworks and Android.
    I much prefer front end design than back end. prefer web to mobile.. in most cases.

    I'd quite like to learn more about machine learning and ai stuff, mostly related to drones, automated flight control and automated analysis of video/image outputs.
     
  8. Undertaker's Avatar

    Undertaker said:

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    machine learning seems to be an emerging field in the NHS business intelligence field, to be able to predict population health, it's one of my next projects and it seems to have NHS england a little excited
     
  9. Goldberg's Avatar

    Goldberg said:

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    You are going to need python for that
    We all make mistakes sometimes
     
  10. neo2810's Avatar

    neo2810 said:

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    Developing for odd 20 years. CSS/HTML/PHP for the most part. More recently Iíve started playing with python but mostly to run scripts on network kit. I did build most of a webapp with it but never completed the thing, as you do...