Saturday, December 28, 2019

A Quick Guide to Create Online Courses for Programmers and Bloggers

Hello all, I have been telling my readers and fellow programmers to create an online course in 2020, and many of them have already started about planning their courses. Though, one question which keeps coming to me is how you can create an online course free? This is an obvious question, and after answering many of my readers over Facebook chats and emails, I decided to write a blog post about it so that everyone else who wants to create an online course for free without any investment except time and passion can benefit. Before answering this question, let me first congratulate you on making an excellent decision to create an online course, my typical win-win situation where everybody involved in this process wins.

Top 5 Courses to learn iOS and Swift in 2020 - Best of Lot

Hello guys, Happy New Year. It's that time of the year when we all start making our goals for better health, improving ourselves, and learn new things. Last Year, I focused mainly on the Web Development side and spent time teaching React, Angular, and Node JS, but this year, one of my goals is to explore the mobile world, particularly iOS and Android. At least that's a thought for now, and I am not sure how long I can go given the limited time I get to upgrade myself, but I'll try my best. Btw, if you also have the same goal and want to become an iOS developer in 2020, then you should start your journey by learning iOS 12, the latest version of Apple's Operating system which runs on iPhone and iPad and Swift 5, Apple's programming language for creating iOS apps.

Wednesday, December 25, 2019

10 Things Java Programmers Should Learn in 2020

It's 24th December now, and only a few days have left in the year 2019. It's an excellent time to look back and retrospect what you achieved in 2019 and what you could have done better. This will help you to create your goals for 2020. As a programmer, our biggest challenge is to keep ourselves up-to-date. Technology changes very fast, and you will see a new version of programming language and framework coming to every couple of years. This year has plentiful changes with keeping up-to-date with a new Java version every 6 months, Spring 5, Spring Security 5, and Spring Boot 2; it's probably the busiest year in terms of changes for Java developers.

Top 5 Books to Learn Python in 2020 - Best of Lot

Whether you are an AI expert or a Computer Science student, you will come across Python Programming language sooner or later in your career. Starting its journey in 1991, Python has now captured the Programming world. Started as just a scripting solution for trivial stuff, Python is now everywhere. With its excellent libraries and frameworks, Python is driving Data Science, Web Development, Machine Learning, Server Side development, Automation, and General Programming stuff, and that's why it makes sense to Learn Python. Unlike some programming languages like Java or C++, which is good for server-side and complex programs but not suitable for simple things, because of its excellent libraries and vibrant community, you can do almost everything using Python from object-oriented programming to writing simple scripts.

Monday, December 23, 2019

Udemy vs Pluralsight Review - Which is better to Learn to Code and Programming?

Hello guys, how are you doing? I am again back with answering one of the familiar doubts among online learners, Pluralsight, or Udemy? Which are the better websites for learning code and leveling up your programming skills? As a Java blogger and editor of a Medium publication, I often receive questions like this from my readers. Earlier I have answered questions like Pluralsight vs. CodeCademy and Udemy vs. CodeCademy but never explained about Pluralsight vs. Udemy, which many of my readers have been asking from a long time. Since Pluralsight and Udemy are two of the most popular online learning platforms and me also spend considerable time every day on each of them, I felt to write my review of Udemy and Pluralsight and explains pros and cons of both Udemy and Pluralsight so that you can make an informed decision when it comes to learning tech skills online.

Friday, December 20, 2019

10 Reasons to Learn Python Programming Language in 2020

If you are a regular reader of this blog, then you may be wondering why am I writing a blog post to tell people to learn Python in a Java blog? Didn't I ask you to prefer Java over Python a couple of years ago? Well, things have changed a lot since then. In 2016, Python replaced Java as the most popular language in colleges and universities, and since then, it has never looked back. Python is growing and growing big time. If you read programming and technology news or blog post, then you might have noticed the rise of Python as many popular developer communities, including StackOverflow and CodeAcademy has mentioned the growth of Python as a dominant programming language.

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Top 5 Courses to Learn Spring Framework in Depth in 2020 - Best of Lot

Spring Framework is an essential skill for Java developers, not only to get a job as a Java developer but also for your career advancement. Since Spring is now used in almost every Java project, it becomes virtually mandatory to learn Spring framework. Now, the question comes, what is the best way to learn Spring framework? Are there any online courses out there that are focused on Spring? What are some good books and resources for learning Spring? These questions are widespread among Java developers, and I often see them on forums, online chat channels, and even many of my readers also ask this to me on Facebook chats and email. Well, the best way to learn any technology is by coaching, online courses, and books.