Java, C and C++ came out as the top three most popular programming languages as of august 2013, according to the latest TIOBE Programming Community Index.
according to the long term trends below, Java has seen a steady decline in the past decade. C remained almost constant, but Objective C has increased popularity in the past five years (probably mainly because of Apple’s iOS).
showing this info, gives us a good view where the IT market is heading. for the newly grads, this is a great opportunity to know which tech skills you need to hone in preparation for work life!
read more [tiobe.com]
iWork has always been the best way to be productive on the Apple Mac. iWork for iOS made it easy to create beautiful documents on iPad and iPhone. With iWork for iCloud, Apple is bringing Pages, Numbers, and Keynote to the web — on Mac, and PC and can readily be synced with all your iOS/Apple devices.
Apple is currently putting in the finishing touches on the iWork for iCloud apps and will be available on iCloud.com. Just log in from your browser on your Mac or PC to get started. All the documents you create will be saved in iCloud, and any changes you make will automatically reflect in the iWork apps on your iOS devices and your Mac.
read more [https://www.apple.com/iwork-for-icloud]