Sunday, September 15, 2019

How to avoid deadlock in Java?

How to avoid deadlock in Java? Is one of the popular Java interview question and flavor of the season for multi-threading, asked mostly at a senior level with lots of follow up questions. Even though the problem looks very basic but most of the Java developers get stuck once you start going deep.

Interview questions start with, "What is a deadlock?"
The answer is simple when two or more threads are waiting for each other to release the resource they need (lock) and get stuck for infinite time, the situation is called deadlock. It will only happen in the case of multitasking or multi-threading.

Saturday, September 14, 2019

Top 5 Courses to Learn SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) and Microservices - Best Of Lot

Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Microservice Architecture are essential skills for modern Java developers as most of the Java applications developed today follow SOA and Microservice architecture or their variants. Good knowledge of SOA architecture not only help you to understand your current project better but also It can give your career a boost, especially to senior Java developers who want to become software or solution architects. In the past, I have shared some books for aspiring software architects, and you can also use these courses along with those to master your architecture and solution design skills.

10 Things Every Programmer and Software Developers should Learn

If you have been programming for some time and looking to learn to programme then you might be thinking about what makes a good programmer? What a computer science graduate can do to prepare for a career in software development and programming? What are the things expected of a junior developer are some of the common questions I receive from many students on Facebook and Emails who follows me. These are mostly college students who now have access to a wealth of information thanks to the internet and eager to learn things in advance to prepare for their programming job interviews.

Top 5 HTML 5 and CSS 3 Courses for Beginners and Intermediate Developers - Best of Lot

Hello guys, if you are learning Web Development or thinking about becoming a Web Developer, then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared the 2019 Web Developer RoadMap, and today, I'll talk about HTML and CSS and share some useful resources to learn them in depth. There are three pillars of Web Development, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. HTML provides structure, CSS provides the style and JavaScript provides the interactiveness. The HTML stands for HyperText Markup Langauge, and it's one of the oldest technology I know. I first come to know about HTML in my college day, good 20 years back when we are happy to see a list of heading in different colors. HTML has come a long way since then with HTML 5 bringing some of the cool features. Same goes with CSS, the stylish part of your web. It is as old as HTML but improved a lot.

Friday, September 6, 2019

CodeCademy vs Udemy vs OneMonth - Which Platform Beginners should Choose to Learn Coding?

Online learning, particularly online courses have completely changed the way people learn things as whoever I speak from beginner to professionals everyone seems to prefer learning online. This is a nice change, but, with so many choices available, there is also a lot of confusion which often pops up when I discuss with my readers. One question which has been keeping coming in the past is which platform to choose for learning online? CodeCademy, Udemy or OneMonth? Well, there are many other platforms like Coursera, Pluralsight, and Lynda, but I will keep this discussion on these three because they are the most popular ones, and they also represent three different types of learning to offer online.

Thursday, September 5, 2019

The 2019 React Developer RoadMap - Guide to become a Modern Frontend Web Developer

The React JS or simply React is one of the best JavaScript libraries for developing front-end or GUI of web applications. Backed by Facebook, React JS, also known as just React is has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years and became the de-facto library for component-based GUI development. Though there are other front-end frameworks like Angular and Vue.js available, what sets React apart from others is maybe the fact that it just focuses on component-based GUI development and doesn't invade on other areas.