Tuesday, March 31, 2020

10 Reasons to create Online Courses as a side hustle in 2020

These days everyone is turning to online courses to learn almost anything from programming languages like Java to Python, from a framework like React and Vue.js to skills like Data Science and Machine learning. Online teaching and learning have completely changed the way how people acquire knowledge. It was always said that a picture is worth more than 1000 words and online courses, particularly interactive and visual courses use them at their full potential. I often receive queries from my readers, fellow bloggers, and programmers about creating a side income apart from their full-time job, etc. Until last year, my advice to them was to create a blog, but now I am telling them to create an online course now, in 2020.

Monday, March 30, 2020

Top 5 Courses to Learn Selenium for Java Developers and Automation Testers - Best of Lot

The days of manual testing is limited as more and more companies are shifting towards Automation testing. This means all manual testing QAs needs to learn new test automation skills like Selenium, Cucumber, JUnit, Mockito, and TestNG to give their career a boost. If you are manual testers or non-programming testers interested in learning test automation, a Java developer who wants to write a better integration test, or a freshers/graduates who want to kick start their career in automating testing then you have come to the right place. In this article, I am going to share some of the best courses to learn Selenium Webdriver with Java and other automation testing tools like JUnit, Cucumber, etc.

10 Articles Every Web Developer Should Read

Hello guys, how are you doing? I am back again with my list of 10 articles everyone should read. In the past, I have shared 10 articles every programmer should read, which has was loved a lot by you guys, and many readers appreciated and says they benefited a lot from them. I can understand that becuase feeling of discovering a great article is similar to finding gold in a salt-mine. The intent is full of tutorials and resources, but not all of them are good, and with such huge numbers, it has become increasingly difficult to find good resources, or should I call the gem of articles, which everybody wants to read.

Sunday, March 29, 2020

6 ways to declare and initialize a two-dimensional (2D) String and Integer Array in Java - Example Tutorial

Declaring a two-dimensional array is very interesting in Java as Java programming language provides many ways to declare a 2D array and each one of them has some special things to learn about. For example, It's possible to create a two-dimensional array in Java without specifying the second dimension, sounds crazy right? but it's possible because a two-dimensional array in Java is nothing but an array of array. You can even create a two-dimensional array where each subarray has a different length or different type, also known as a heterogeneous array in Java. This means it's possible to create a two-dimensional array with variable column length in Java.

Saturday, March 28, 2020

Top 5 Websites to Create, Host, and Sell Online Courses (Thinkific vs Teachable vs Kajabi vs Podia vs AcademyOfMine)

Online teaching is becoming bigger and bigger with so many bloggers, professionals, programmers are creating online courses and making good money. It's a new avenue for passive income creators and I think it's one of the best I know. Why? becuase it's a win-win for everybody. For example, if a blogger creates an online course he earns money by teaching. Students get benefits becuase he learn from an expert who has acquired that knowledge hard way by their own mistakes and practical knowledge, and online creators platforms like Teachable, ThinkificUdemy, and Podia benefit becuase they earn some fees and commissions. So, it's win-win for all three parties - students, course creators, and platforms which makes it easy to create and sell a course online.

Top 5 Online Courses to Learn Microsoft C# (C-Sharp) in 2020 - Best of Lot

If there is one programming language that deserves more credit, then it currently receives from developers, than it would be Microsoft's C# or C-Sharp. When we talk about popular programming languages, we mostly talk about how Java is ruling the programming world from the last three decades, how JavaScript changed the web world, or how Python has taken over all programming languages in the last couple of years, but we seldom mention C#, which is silently providing jobs and making a career with .NET, Unity, and became a preferred choice for creating desktop GUI applications. If you follow the StackOverflow survey, then you know that C# is always one of the top 5 Programming languages rated by programmers, and this year also close to 31.0% has said that they use C#, which is significant.