Google Music

A while ago, I posted of my frustration with Google Music when it refused to download my tracks. Well, I did some digging around and found that someone had written an API to expose the Google Music backend. The link is at

https://github.com/simon-weber/Unofficial-Google-Music-API

and has spawned several other tools including

https://github.com/thebigmunch/gmusicapi-scripts/

Which is a set of scripts designed to sync, upload and/or download from the Google Music collection.

I wrote my own Python script using the Gmusic API to bulk delete albums from my Gmusic account (it’s easy to bulk upload using Google’s MusicManager, but not to bulk delete), and the gmusicapi-scripts enables me to download most of my tracks.

The Top Programming Languages, Ranked by Job Demand, Popularity, More

Apparently, the most sought after language is Java. Not that surprising considering it powers quite a few things, including Android and anything running Android (well, to a point, I guess since it doesn’t run Java in the same way that you would run the JVM on, say, your desktop.) Still, gives me a reason to brush up on it. And perhaps work towards a Java certification. I did have J2CP, but that was years ago, so I’m not sure if it is even valid any more.

Although it surprises me a little that Ruby and Perl aren’t on this list.

The Top Programming Languages, Ranked by Job Demand, Popularity, More.

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