Monday, November 30, 2020

Top 10 Online Courses to Crack Coding Interviews in 2021 - Best of Lot

To be honest with you, getting your first job is never easy. It is, in fact, the most laborious task, and you need to put your best effort into finding a role in your dream company. Most of the computer science graduates dream of working for Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, and Apple, but they often not able to clear their rigors coding interviews. The single most important reason for failing those coding job interviews is a lack of knowledge and practice; hence, it becomes increasingly important that you prepare hard in advance. Unfortunately, I learned this little too late after spoiling my chances at Microsoft and Amazon, but you can learn from my experience and prepare better for your programming job interviews.

Top 5 Websites to Learn Python Coding for FREE - Best of Lot

Believe it or not, but Python has inspired many people to learn to code, and it's continually inspiring them. I know a handful of people who are learning Python for different reasons, starting from web development to machine learning. I have seen new people learning Python to write web apps using Django, create a Machine learning Model using Python, and just to write some handy scripts to automate the boring stuff. Python is currently the world's #1 programming language and its popularity is growing every passing day, thanks to Data Science and Machine learning and awesome Python libraries like Pandas, PyTorch, NumPy, and TensorFlow.

Sunday, November 29, 2020

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

Hello guys, 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 helps you to understand your current project better but also 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.

3 Ways to Learn Spring Core, Spring MVC, Spring Security, and Spring Boot Framework

If you are a Java developer and want to learn the Spring framework then you have come to the right place. In this article, I will share three ways to learn the Spring framework, but before that let's understand what is a spring framework and why Java developers should learn Spring framework? Well, Spring is a framework that assists you to develop Java applications by following some best practices, particularly the principle of dependency injection and inversion of control. As per this principle, instead of the class asking for its dependency, the framework provides them at runtime.  Following these principles improves your code quality because it reduces coupling between different parts of your applications like between modules and classes, which makes it easier to test and develop.

Saturday, November 28, 2020

Top 5 Online Courses to Learn Flutter in 2021 - Best of Lot

If you are like me, who thinks Flutter is the future of mobile development and looking for some excellent online courses to learn Flutter, then you have come to the right place. In this article, I am going to share some of the best online courses to learn Flutter in 2021 from Udemy, Pluralsight, and Coursera, but before going into that, let's see what Flutter is and why everyone is so excited about it. Well, in general, whenever something comes from Google, it makes a lot of developers excited like Angular, Dart, and now Flutter. I have got my hand dirty in both Android and iOS using Java and Objective-C in the past, but after working for some time, I decided to move on.

How to Learn Programming and Coding in 2021 - [Books, Courses, & YouTube Channels]

How do you learn to program? How can I learn to program and become a software developer? These are the most frequently asked question to me. I receive this question almost every day on Facebook. Well, the answer to this question is not so simple because the people who ask these questions are beginners, and we need to explain this in a lot more detail than others. The answer is also different depending upon who is asking this question? If someone from a computer science background is asking, then it's a lot easier because they know a lot of related stuff, but if it someone who is not from a computer science background, then you need to explain some more things to them along with your answer. I'll try my best to tell you how to learn to code, but if you have any question, then you should ask in the comments, this way, I can guide you better.