Top 10 Programming languages as of Oct 2016

1<--> Java <--> 18.799%
2<--> C <--> 9.835%
3<--> C++ <--> 5.797%
4<--> C# <--> 4.367%
5<--> Python <--> 3.775%
6<--> JavaScript <-->2.751%
7<--> PHP <--> 2.741%
8<--> Visual Basic .NET <--> 2.660%
9<--> Perl <--> 2.495%
10<--> Objective-C <-->2.263%

Source : TIOBE Index for October 2016

Top 5 Project Management Tools

Asana
Asana is a web and mobile project management app that goes beyond typical PM software by enabling teams to track everything they’re working on. With tasks, projects, conversations, and dashboards, Asana lets your entire team know who’s doing what by when to help you get results. You can use Asana for meetings, launches, campaigns and easily add integrations for GANTT charts, time tracking and more. Available on web, iOS, and Android. Asana is always free for teams of up to 15 people.

JIRA
JIRA is the project management tool for teams planning and building great products. Thousands of teams choose JIRA to capture and organize issues, assign work, and follow team activity. At your desk or on the go with the new mobile interface, JIRA helps your team get the job done.

Freshdesk
Freshdesk is the latest in cloud based support tech that comes with everything you need to track and manage projects. Freshdesk offers an array of features like issue tracking, SLA management, smart automations, SEO ready FAQ section, Knowledge base and customizable Self Service Portals, which helps increase agent productivity and reduce burnout.

Projectplace
All in one tool takes you beyond a traditional project management software. Projectplace is a smart project collaboration solution that brings teams together to improve collaboration and get things done. Whether your team is down the hall or on the other side of the globe, Projectplace provides everything teams need to set direction, communicate, execute tasks, track progress, and ultimately achieve goals, no matter where they work.

Clarizen
Project Management for the Enterprise: Built on a secure, scalable platform, Clarizen brings together project management, configurable workflow automation and in-context collaborationall from an intuitive interface that allows everyone to work the way they work best. Everyone involved can track tasks, communicate effortlessly and participate on their terms. Connect your workforce, eliminate silos and bring new levels of visibility and progress.

Apps you should not miss this Diwali

Diwali SMS
Looking for the perfect Diwali SMS for sending to your friends and family? Diwali SMS is here to help. The app comes with many kinds of Diwali greetings. You can also directly copy the text messages and paste them in your smartphone’s SMS app. Diwali SMS works offline as well.

Diwali Tips
Diwali Tips can come in really handy if you are not aware of the back stories and myths surrounding Diwali. In fact, it also contains information about other related festivals such as Dhanteras and Bhai Duj.

Startup investor Scott Belsky shares five big predictions for the future of technology

This Article is orignially published in Business Insider

Every now and then, it’s a fun and healthy challenge to think distantly. Sure, we already expect self-driving cars, wearable hardware, a connected home, and augmented reality. But where does the foreseeable future take us next? I’m talking more Black Mirror than investor thesis. What new problems will we be struggling with? What will kill us? What will connect us? While solutions change, some questions will always remain. If only to stimulate discussion among friends, here are a few forecasts on my mind these days:
Social media will become passive.
Our (augmented) reality will be a land grab, and always be under attack from brands.
Interfaces will compete with the technology underneath.
Autonomous vehicles in cities will become a public utility.
We will transcend “tragedy of the commons” with technology that aligns self-interests with community benefits.
Allow me to explain, as well as share some implications for each:

(1) Social media will become passive.
The concept of actively “posting” or “sharing” will be frowned upon and entirely replaced by a passive stream of your life’s experiences, whereabouts, and media consumption. Imagine a 24 hour channel of you that is authentic, aways live (or automatically programmed), and always accessible to your friends (or if you’re born in the age of transparency (post year 2000), accessible to anyone). Any effort to actively post something will be seen as “manual editing” and will be perceived Read More