Posted: 7 Nov 2017
The dynamic, multi-paradigm language serves Web Developers by permitting them to do everything from automating simple programming tasks to producing complex web pages that have the ability to function like desktop software applications. Yet, its abilities lend itself to being used beyond web development and within servers, hardware controls and software development.
The recent release in the summer of 2017 included some useful features that would be desirable to many in development and programming roles. The ECMAScript2017 incorporates a language mechanism that lets a programmer call a function, and organise when the function will complete – subsequently making it easier to program around time delays.
Rebecca Wirfs-Brock, a previous Project Editor of ECMAScript, commented on the regular updates: “We knew there’d be things we wanted to get into it that we simply didn’t have done in time, and so we made the commitment that for the foreseeable future we’d try to do yearly updates where we fix bugs and introduce a small number of features.”
What can be derived from such developments in programming languages such as these is the potential to exceed the realms of possibility. As languages develop, so do the capabilities of organisations and individuals, therefore, making it an exciting time to be involved within the IT sector. Ireland has established itself as one of Europe’s leading technology leader, and jobs within this country provide professionals and recent graduates the opportunity to develop their skills and experience rapidly in one of the world’s leading tech hubs. So, whether you’re looking for Java Developer jobs in Ireland or within another area of the IT industry, get in touch with our specialist recruiters today. We work with many leading IT companies within Ireland and can match you with the perfect opportunity related to your skills, experiences and requirements.Previous Page Job SearchContact Us
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