Monday, April 22, 2019

How to find and kill a Process Listening on a port in Linux? netstat and lsof command examples

In Linux, many times, you want to find out the PID of a process which is listening on a port e.g. if multiple tomcat servers are running on a host and you have to kill that process, but in order to kill that process you need the process id, how do you find the PID of the tomcat listening on port 8080? There are many Linux commands to find the process using a specific port, but I'll share what I use. I always use the netstat command with -p option, which displays process id of the process listening on a port. Btw, netstat is not the only command to find all processes using a particular port, you can also use the lsof command for the same purpose.

Top 5 JUnit and Unit Testing Courses for Java Programmers

Hello guys, today, we'll talk about JUnit and Unit testing, one of the key skill for any Software developer. You may already know that JUnit and Mockito are two of the most popular testing libraries for Java applications and you will find them in almost every Java application classpath. I often meet and work with Java developers who know Java well but haven't written a single unit test. When I ask them why don't you write unit tests, they come up with many excuses like they don't have time for writing unit tests, there is always deadline pressure and some of the honest guys will tell you that they tried writing but give-up after 10-15 minutes due to difficulty in testing their code.

Sunday, April 21, 2019

10 Tips Improve Your Speed in Bash, and Linux Command Line

Have you ever amazed to see someone working very fast in UNIX, firing commands and doing things quickly? Yes, I have seen that a couple of times and I have always inspired to learn from those superstar developers. In this article or tutorial or whatever you call it, I have dedicated to sharing some UNIX command practices I follow to work fast, quick, or efficiently in Linux. I work for Financial services industry and my work involves development and support of online stock and futures trading application in Electronic trading, Derivatives etc. All our services run on Linux servers so it's very important for me to work efficiently and quickly in Linux machine and that's how I have learned these productivity tips in Linux.

Top 10 Free Courses to Learn Python in Depth - Best of Lot

There is no doubt that Python is currently the world's #1 programming language and the biggest advantage of that is it's bringing more and more people into the programming world. In recent years, I have seen more people learning Python than any other languages, yes, not even JavaScript. Many of them learning Python to explore some awesome Data Science and Machine learning libraries provided by Python. Some people are also learning Python for web development and there are still many developers who are learning Python for scripting and automating trivial tasks. It doesn't matter why you are learning Python at this moment, it's a great thing in itself that you have decided to learn Python.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Top 20 Spring MVC Interview Questions and Answers

The Spring MVC framework is one of the most popular Java frameworks for developing web applications. If you have been working in Java and the developing web-based application then there is a good chance that you have already used Spring MVC in your project. In the last decade, it has become the defacto framework for developing Java web application. Spring MVC is based on classic MVC (Model-View-Controller) design pattern but it is much more than that. It leverages, Spring framework's strength in terms of dependency injection and Inversion of control and promotes loosely coupled architecture, similar to the Spring framework itself. Because of its immense popularity and usefulness, most of the Java development job requires a good knowledge of Spring and Spring MVC.

How to share your Programming Articles on Javarevisited for more Exposure

Hello, Friends,
I have been writing Java articles for a long time and one thing I have learned from that experience is that learning makes you a better Programmer and Software developer. It's also one of the important tips I have shared on how to become a better programmer article long back. It seems many people like that and contacted me about that but their main difficulty was that after writing one or two articles they get frustrated because no one was reading it. Well, I can understand but it takes a lot of time and effort to build a following. I am fortunate and really grateful that Java community has given me so much love and that's why I have decided to do my bit to promote and encourage every new Java programmer/writer/blogger to the best I can.