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Google's Chromebooks are about go get a whole lot better. The company today said Chromebooks will soon be able to run Linux in a virtual machine, where developers can code and even deploy Android apps directly to Chrome. Google says this is all about listening to its power users
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Switching from one programming language to another can be a monumental step for any team. This past year, the team at Stream switched its primary programming language from Python to Go. Leaving Python behind was a big step for us, but using Go gives us advantages we couldn't ignore.