COBOL, Delphi or FORTRAN are still critical, but there is no programmer in them

COBOL, Delphi or FORTRAN

Surely many know by hearsay. They are programming languages ​​with tradition, more than the generation of our parents (and even grandparents) that of our generation. COBOL was created in 1959. Fortran, in 1957. Delphi, much more modern, is from 1995. All of them were very popular in their day, but more importantly: they …

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Apple says goodbye to the router business: It will no longer manufacture AirPort Express, AirPort Extreme or AirPort Time Capsule

Apple AirPort

Ok, let’s pretend we’re surprised. AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule received their last update in 2013, and in the case of the AirPort Express it was in 2012, that is, the line of wireless routers of Apple was already more than forgotten. Today, Apple has finally announced its death, aqueo we do not know if definitively.

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Dell XPS 15, Alienware 15 and 17, Inspiron AIO and G-Series range: Dell renews its range of devices

Dell

Dell today announced the renewal of the devices in its Inspiron, XPS and Alienware ranges, with new laptops and desktop All-in-One computers. These have been accompanied by the new G-Series range, with which the company wants to place on the market gaming notebooks of ingerior range to the Alienware. The …

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Lenovo Legion Y920, a PC with a first division hardware that aspires not to be intimidated by any game

Lenovo Legion Y920

The fans of Windows games can be satisfied. Most of the equipment manufacturers are not willing to pass up the opportunity to get a slice of a cake as appetizing as is the market for computers for gamers. What’s more, François Bornibus, Lenovo’s president in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, confirmed just …

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