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Top 5 Scala and Functional Programming Books & Online Courses in 2021 [Best of Lot]

Hello guys, if you are a Java developer who is interested in learning Scala or someone starting with Scala afresh and looking for some awesome Scala resources like books, courses, and tutorials then you have come to the right place. In the past, I have shared some free Scala courses to start with and today, I will share some of the best books to learn Scala and Functional Programming, particularly Java developers. While in this age of online courses, fewer and fewer people are using books to learn a new technology or skill but in my opinion, both books and courses have different purposes. I have taken many online courses and read even more books so I can tell that books are almost always more in-depth and provide comprehensive coverage than courses.

How to Print Floyd's Triangle in Java - Example Tutorial

Hello guys, In the last article, I have taught you how to print Pascal's triangle and in today's article, I'll teach you how to print Floyd's triangle in the Java program. Floyd's triangle is easier to print than Pascal's triangle because you don't need to take care of formatting the numbers as Floyd's triangle is a right-angle triangle. It is named after American computer scientist Robert Floyd, who has also contributed Floyd–Warshall algorithm, which efficiently finds all shortest paths in a graph, and Floyd's cycle-finding algorithm for detecting cycles in a sequence. 

Top 10 Free Courses to learn Full Stack Development in Java Online - Best of Lot

Hello guys, if you want to become a full-stack Java developer and looking for free online Java Full-stack development courses to kickstart your career then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared the best Java full-stack development courses and today, I am going to share 10 of the free online courses you can join to become a full-stack Java developer. The long journey of becoming a full-stack Java developer is not easy. You need to know all the details, from the front end to the backend. Not only these you need to know how things function in databases and connectivity.

3 Ways to Find or Count Duplicates in Java Array [Solution]

Hello guys, if you are wondering how to find duplicates from a given array in Java then you have come to the right place. This is one of the most popular coding problems from interviews and there are multiple ways to solve this problem. In this article, I will show you three ways to solve this problem. First, you will learn how to solve the problem using brute force way and then you will see how you can optimize and simplify the solution by using additional memory and using an appropriate data structure like a HashSet or Hash table. In the real interview, you may need to solve this problem in some constraints like you cannot use additional memory or additional data structure that's where knowing multiple ways to find duplicate in Java array really help.

5 Free Azure Solution Architect Technologies (AZ -303/304, AZ-300/301) Courses to Crack Exam in 2021

Hello guys, if you are preparing for Azure Solution architect technologies certification with code AZ--303 and AZ-304 or its older version AZ-300 and AZ-301 and looking for free online courses to start your preparation then you have come to the right place. In the past, I have shared the best courses to pass Azure FundamentalsAzure Administrator, and Azure Architect certifications and today I am going to share free online courses to prepare for the AZ-303 exam. Since this exam is fairly new, released in June 2020, there are not many free AZ-303 and AZ-304 courses are available online but since the topics haven't changed drastically, you can still use the old AZ-300 and AZ-301 courses to start your preparation.

Difference between Soft Link vs Hard Links in Linux/UNIX?

Hello guys, if you are looking to find out the difference between a soft link and a hard link in Linux then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared the free Linux courses for beginners and in this article, I am going to explain the soft links and hard links in UNIX operator systems like Linux. There are two types of links in the UNIX system, hard links and soft links, also known as symbolic links or symlinks. Though both points to some other source, there is a lot of difference between them. The most important difference is that a hard link is a direct pointer to the inode of the original file. If you compare the original file with the hard link there won't be any differences between them.