Saturday, August 17, 2019

Java 8 Certifications - Oracle Java SE 8 Programmer 1 (1Z0-808) - Latest OCAJP Exam (OCP 11 1Z0-815 and 1Z0-816)

Update: The latest version of Java SE certification is now OCAJP 11 (1Z0-815) and OCPJP 11 (1Z0-816) which is based upon Java 11 version. You can take these two exams to become a certified Java 11 developer, but if you already have an Oracle Certified Professional Java Programmer for the Java 6, 7, or 8 versions, then you can take the upgrade OCP Java 6, 7, and 8 to Java SE 11 Developer exam (Exam Code 1Z0-817). I don't have much detail, so I still keep this post as it is, but once I have got more information. I will also update this post. Today one of my readers asked about what is the latest OCPJP or SCJP exams available and is there a Java certification available for Java SE 9 and Java SE 10?

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Top 22 Spring Interview Questions Answers for Java JEE Developers

Spring framework interview questions are on the rise on Java EE and core Java interviews Spring, which is obvious given Spring is the best framework available for Java application development and now Spring IOC container and Spring MVC framework are used as a de-facto framework for all new Java development. Because of its popularity,  interview questions from spring framework are top on any list of Core Java Interview questions. I thought to put together some spring interview questions and answers which have appeared on many Java and J2EE interviews and useful for practicing before appearing on any Java Job interview. I first wrote this article a long back and even its content is still relevant I thought to update it, especially after finishing my list of Spring Boot Interview Questions recently.

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Grammarly Review - Why Every Blogger Should use - My Writing Assistant, Proofreader, and English Tutor

Hello guys, today, I am going to share my review of Grammarly - one of the powerful writing tools for bloggers, programmers, writers, students and anyone who wants to write correct English without grammatical and spelling mistakes. I have regularly been blogging since 2010 and have written more than 1000 articles on Java, Programming, and Technology, but didn't talk much about blogging itself. After many requests from my readers for blogging tips, my experience, and what should a programmer do for his improvement and financial stability, I have decided to write occasional posts about my blogging experience, and this one is first on that series. In this article, I am going to share one of the essential tools for any blogger or writer - Grammarly, a software which helps you with your writing. It not only corrects spelling and grammar mistakes in your article but also provides useful insights about readability, engagement, clarity, and delivery of your article.