24 Days of Hello World - Summary

Over the past 24 days, I have posted a new post daily, with a new programming language each day. Each post have told a bit about some key features of each language, a bit on the history, typical uses and an example of how to use the language. For me... [Read More]

24 Days of Hello World - Python

We have finally reached Christmas Eve, and the final language in this series, Python. This is a general-purpose, high-level language, designed to emphasize code readability. It supports object-oriented, imperative and functional, as well as procedural programming styles. It has a large standard library, and it provides a dynamic type system... [Read More]

24 Days of Hello World - Go

It is the day before Christmas, and today I´ll also talk about a relatively new language, called Go. This is a compiled, statically typed language, primarily designed for systems programming. It has features such as garbage collection, various safety features and CSP-style concurrent programming. Today there are two major implementations.... [Read More]

24 Days of Hello World - Rust

With only a few days left until Christmas, I want to tell you a bit about a relatively new language, Rust. This is a general-purpose, multi-paradigm, compiled language, designed to a safe, concurrent and practical language. It is developed by Mozilla Research, and it supports pure-functional, concurrent-actor, imperative-procedural and object-oriented... [Read More]

24 Days of Hello World - Visual Basic

Today I’ll talk a bit about Visual Basic (VB). This is a language in the BASIC family, and it is is a event-driven language and IDE from Microsoft. It was first created to support the COM programming model from Microsoft, and it was intended to be relatively easy to learn.... [Read More]