There is a new look at the qiskit website. The popular open-source quantum programming framework supported by IBM sports a new look. Right now in the quantum space, there is a battle for platform dominance. Qiskit is undoubtedly one of the most well used languages despite being only three years old.
Multiple languages and ecosystems are sported by differenet vendors. There has been some diversity in the number of languages on offer and some of the larger players such as Google and Microsoft have also created their own languages and tooling. There can be no doubt that IBM is doing its best to support the language which is uses for its IBM Q Experience and seems to have a very loyal following with users embedded in industry and academia. Other languages/frameworks such Cirq and Q# look to be the main competitors. For a quick overview of some of these languages, you can look at a previous article: Which Quantum Programming Language?