The hiring market has changed dramatically over the last year. The unemployment is at a 50-year record low 3.5% and competition for top talent is fierce. IBM reports that “90% of the S&P 100 are recruiting for the same 37 in-demand jobs.” Getting ahead of the talent acquisition race starts with learning about next year’s biggest trends, topics, and innovations. Here’s what recruiters and hiring managers need to know about the recruitment outlook for 2020.
With the release of version 3.5, Python has introduced type hints: code annotations that, through additional tooling, can check if you’re using your code correctly.
Long-time Python users might cringe at the thought of new code needing type hinting to work properly, but we need not worry: Guido himself wrote in PEP 484, “no type checking happens at runtime.”
The feature has been proposed mainly to open up Python code for easier static analysis and refactoring.