Google confirms death of Octane
Published in News
Monday, 17 April 2017 11:07

Google confirms death of Octane


No longer useful because developers cheat


Google has killed off its widely-used Octane JavaScript benchmark saying that it's no longer a useful way for browser developers to determine how best to optimise their JavaScript engines.

RedMonk blesses JavaScript as the world’s most popular language
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Followed by Java and Python


Beancounters at RedMonk have taken time out from their busy prayer wheels to create a list of the world’s most popular programming languages.

Chrome to be lighter on RAM
Published in Memory
Tuesday, 11 October 2016 12:12

Chrome to be lighter on RAM


Heavy shoppers might be able to multi-task

Heavy users of Chrome might actually be able to do something else on their high powered PCs and not find that their browser had eaten all their RAM with a side order of other systems resources.

Friday, 04 April 2014 12:46

More holes in Javascript



The holes were small, they had to count them all

Monday, 03 February 2014 10:39

Javascript unstoppable



Ecosystem being improved



Found all sorts of dodgy people