Saturday, February 16, 2019

Top 5 Apache Kafka Courses to learn Online - Best of Lot

Hello guys, you might have heard about Apache Kafka, the next generation, Big Data messaging system which is handling billions of messages per day on companies like LinkedIn, Uber, Airbnb, Twitter etc. It's a revolutionary technology and perfect for today's mission-critical application which has so much data to process and analyzes. From last year, I have been sharing a lot of resources like books, courses, and tutorials to learn these sunrise technologies so that you can aware of these and learn it to make yourself more valuable or jump into some exciting career path. For example, In the past, I have shared some awesome courses on Big Data, Spark, and Hadoop and many of my readers requested me to share similar suggestions for Apache Kafka.

10 Essential Tools Every Java Developers Should Know

Hello guys, we are already in the second month of 2019 and I am sure all of you have already made your goals about what to learn in 2019 and how to achieve them. I have been writing a series of articles to give you some ideas about the things you can learn and improve to become a better, all-round developer in 2019 like learning new programming languages, frameworks, and libraries. These three things are extremely important and help you to become a better Java developer but as some wise person said, "you are only as good as your tools", you should also look to upgrade your tools, learn new tools and improve your understanding of old tolls which are still going well.

Friday, February 15, 2019

Grokking Algorithms Book Review - Best Data Structure and Algorithm Book for Beginner Programmer and Computer Science Students

Hello guys, I have read many books on data structures and algorithms like Introduction to Algorithms by Thomas H. Corman and Algorithm design manual by Steve S. Skiena, so when I come to know about this book, I thought, just another book on algorithms, but I was wrong. This is not just another book on algorithms but one of the most interesting books you will ever read on Algorithms and Data structure. It doesn't cover all the data structure and algorithms you see in Computer Science but whatever it covers, it does really well and that's what matters most for beginner programmer or Computer Science students.

Top 5 Java 9 Courses to Learn Online - Best of Lot

The year of 2017 was the year of releases for Java developer. With releases of JDK 9, Spring 5, Spring Boot 2.0 and Spring Security 5.0 there was so much to learn for Java developers and all at once, but like many others, I didn't make a good process and I am looking to turn it around in 2018. One of my top priority goal for New Year to learn new features of Java 9 as quickly as possible to write more about it. It's also important for you to learn Java 9 quickly to improve your career prospects.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Top 5 Spring Boot Features Java Developers Should Know

You might have heard about Spring Boot and it's magical powers about creating a Spring Web application in just under 140 characters which can be written in a tweet, but what that really means? What are those features which provide Spring Boot such power and make Spring application development so easy? Well, that's what you will learn in this article, but if you are in hurry let me tell you that you will learn about Spring Boot's auto-configuration, Starter dependencies, Spring Boot CLI, Actuator and Spring Initializer feature in detail. These are the feature which takes away most of the pain and friction associated with writing Spring-based Java web application.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Top 5 Courses to Learn Data Structures and Algorithm for Programmers and Computer Engineers

Both Data Structures and Algorithms are one of the most important topics for programmers. The best thing about them is that they never get out-of-date and any investment you made in terms of time and money will pay rich dividends for a long time. I have also found that people good at algorithms and data structures are often a better programmer than others. They tend to improve your programming skill and coding sense and that's the main reason I suggest all kinds of programmers, from junior to senior to spend some time revising, refreshing and honing your data structure and algorithm skills. Most of us first heard about them in school and colleges but didn't understand at that time. At least I can say that for me. I first heard about array and linked list on my engineering college.