Instructor Picks: What's Coming in 2015
As Apple showed us this spring with the release of Swift, the software development industry can and does change fast. We polled our instructors on what they see as the biggest changes looming for the new year. From new gadgets to software updates, watch for these events, updates, and new releases.
PyCon in Montreal this April is a great opportunity to connect with and learn from the Python community. The conference is the largest annual gathering for the open-source programming language, with training days, special speakers, lighting talks, and more.
Ruby on Rails
Rails 5 is expected to ship in late 2015 and will target Ruby 2.2, which was just released on December 25. We’re eagerly awaiting performance gains from the next generation of Rails—one that’s highly optimized with Ruby’s new and improved garbage collector.
Here at Code Fellows, we’ve been dabbling with an awesome SASS-based grid system called Jeet.js. Dubbed “a grid system for humans,” the humans who work here have been getting lots of mileage with Jeet as prototyping tool for internal projects.
What are you looking forward to in 2015? Let us know!