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How to find Nth Fibonacci Number in Java - Coding Problem with Solution

It's been a long time since I have discussed a coding problem in this blog. So, I am going to start with the probably the oldest one of them, how do you find the nth number in a Fibonacci sequence? or how do you find the Fibonacci number in Java? or maybe printing the Fibonacci series. If you are a regular reader of this blog then you might know that I have already discussed both recursive and iterative algorithm for printing Fibonacci series but never really discussed especially writing a program to return the Nth Fibonacci number in Java. Don't worry the wait is over as in this article, we'll solve this common problem and learn a bit more about problem-solving, recursion, iteration and some basic algorithm skills.

Top 5 Free Courses to Learn Jenkins, Docker, and Kubernetes for Programmers and DevOps Online - Best of Lot

Hello guys, you might have heard about DevOps and all the attention it is getting now. The DevOps is a new phenomenon and there is a mad race among senior developers to become a DevOps engineer. Well, I am not one of them as my passion is for becoming a software architect but I have certainly spent some time learning DevOps just to increase my knowledge of the field as I strongly believe in the phrase, jack of all and master of one :-). In DevOps world, tools matters a lot and whole of the DevOps phenomenon to create an automated pipeline for delivering a quality software heavily relies on cleaver uses of tools like Maven, Jenkins, Docker, Kubernetes, and others.

12 Must Read Advance Java Books for Intermediate Programmers - Part 1

I often receive loads of email about Java books and courses recommendations, something like, I have 2 years of experience in Java and Spring, which Java books should I read to become an expert Java programmer, or I have 5 years of experience in core Java and want to become a Java expert, which books or courses should I refer? These are just some of the examples but most of the requests are like that. It's interesting that most of the email I receive is not from beginners, I mean those who want to learn Java from scratch, but, from Java developers who have 2 to 3 years of experience. I call them Intermediate Java programmers because they are in the state of their career where they know how to program in Java but they are not expert yet.