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Top 5 Free JavaScript Online Training Courses for Web Developers - Best of Lot

Hello guys, If you want to learn JavaScript by yourself and looking for some free resources like books, sites, and tutorials, then you have come to the right place. In this article, I am going to share some of the best free JavaScript online courses you can join to learn JavaScript by yourself, on your own schedule and at your own place. A lot of people are learning JavaScript, and the number is only increasing by each passing day, and why not? It's the #1 web development language. It got tons of useful frameworks and libraries like Angular, React Node.js, and jQuery, which makes web development really easy.

Top 50 JavaScript Interview Questions for Programmers and Web Developers

Hello guys, you may know that JavaScript is one of the most popular programming languages, having ranking #1 for a couple of years in the StackOverflow survey. There is no doubt that JavaScript is the most popular language or web development. The best thing is that you can use JavaScript to develop both frontend and backend using the same programming language and tech stack. You have so many popular frameworks like React.js, Angular, Node.js, Vue.js to implement sophisticated web applications for different domains. That's why the demand for JavaScript developers is very high, especially full-stack JavaScript developers who can create both frontend and backend of application on their own.

Top 5 Free Python Courses for Beginners to Learn Online - Best of Lot

Hello guys, If you are a beginner looking for some Free Python resources to start your programming journey, then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared a couple of free Python Programming books and some of the best courses to learn Python, which was not free. Some of my readers asked me to share some free online courses to learn Python, and it made sense. I personally like starting from free resources, and today, I'll share a couple of excellent Python programming courses, which are absolutely FREE. You can take these online courses to learn Python at your own pace, at your own time, and at your place. This is an excellent advantage of online learning, the flexibility it provides is just impressive. 

How to reverse bits of an integer in Java? [Example] - LeetCode Solution

Hello guys In this Java article, you will learn how to reverse bits of an integer in Java. This is one of the common coding problems which is often asked during phone round of technical interviews on companies like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft. If you have appeared in any programming interviews then there is a good chance that you might have already seen this problem before. If you know the solution then you are in a good place but if you don't know the solution then don't disappoint as many experienced Java developers also struggle to solve this problem. There are a couple of reasons for that, first not every Java developer is good with the bitwise operator, also understanding binary is not every programmer's cup of tea.

10 things to Remember while Serializing Object in Java

Hello guys, Serliazing an object in Java is never easy and many Java developers often get confused. There are so many rules, interfaces to implement, and then always a chance of data loss or an error during the Serialization or deserialization process.  In the past, I have posted a detailed guide of Serliazing Object in Java which is very liked by my readers and they asked for more information like what should Java developer remember while using Serializable and Externalizable interface in Java. This encouraged me to write this post where I have put together 10 important points related to Serializing an Object in Java. This is a to-the-point article that is full of information and I have also shared a core example to demonstrate the point I have mentioned in this article.

Java Program to find Armstrong numbers with Example

Armstrong number Example in Java
How to check if a number is Armstrong number or not? or write a Java program to find Armstrong's number? This is a common Java interview question asked on-campus interviews and fresher level interviews. This is also a popular Java programming exercise on various schools, colleges and computer courses to build programming logic among Students. An Armstrong number is a 3 digit number for which the sum of cube of its digits is equal to the number itself. One of the popular examples of the Armstrong number is 153 as 153= 1+ 125+27 which is equal to 1^3+5^3+3^3 which is equal to the sum of cube of its digits 1, 5, and 3

Can not find the tag library descriptor for “http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core” - Cause and Solution

This error comes in when you are trying to use the JSTL core tag library in your JSP page but web container is not able to locate corresponding TLD files, also known as tag library descriptor. In order to use the custom tags in the JSP page, the first step is to import them using @taglib directive and for that purpose, we provide a URI. Many JSP developer thinks this is the location where TLD files are stored but that's not true, this is actually the value, custom tab library developer has put in the URL field of tag library descriptor. This misunderstanding causes lots of trouble while solving "Can not find the tag library descriptor for “http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core”.

Bubble sort in Java - Program to sort an Integer Array

Bubble sort is one of the classic sorting algorithms,s which is used to explain sorting during various computer and engineering courses. Because of its algorithmic nature and simplicity, it's often used in various Java and C++ programming exercises. You may expect questions like Write Java program to sort integer array using bubble sort during any programming interview. Since algorithmic questions are always a tricky question and not easy to code. Even the simplest of them can lead to confusion, especially if you are not gifted with a natural programming head. I have seen many developers fumble if asked to code on the spot. That's why it's advisable to do algorithmic and logical programming during training and learning programming and OOPS to get this skill of converting logic into code.

How to Run Command Line, External Program and Batch files from Eclipse Console - Tips

Hello guys, have you ever think how much time a Java developer spends on Eclipse or his favorite IDE? I guess most of his time, isn't it would be great to do as much as work possible from Eclipse itself, without switching to another application. Since switching between application or program requires some time, which is generally gone waste, I like to use Eclipse as much as possible, starting from coding in Java, executing Java program to exploring XML files, and now even running the batch command from Eclipse. Most of you know about Eclipse's external tool configuration feature, which allows you to run any external program like a batch file from local drive, but it can also be used to run command prompt from Eclipse console itself.

How to find the Kth Node from the Tail in a Linked List in Java - Solution with Explanation

Hello guys, today, I am going to discuss one of the important linked list based coding problem form interviews - how to find the Kth node from the end? This question is also asked as to how do you find the 3rd element from the last of a singly linked list in one pass or write a Java program to find the 5th element form tail of a given linked list in one iteration. In this article, you will learn the programming technique so that you can solve any variant of this problem, I mean the Kth node from the tail problems and some linked list based challenges. The difficulty in this question is that you need to solve the problem in one iteration or one pass. This means you cannot traverse the linked list again. I mean you cannot go till the end then traverse back to the Kth element.

3 ways to Count words in Java String - Google Interview Questions

Hello guys, today, I am going to share with you Java interview questions from Google, which was asked to one of my readers during the telephonic round. How do you count the number of words in given String in Java? You can count words in Java String by using the split() method of String. A word is nothing but a non-space character in String, which is separated by one or multiple spaces. By using a regular expression to find spaces and split on them will give you an array of all words in a given String. This was the easy way to solve this problem as shown here, but if you have been asked to write a program to count a number of words in given String in Java without using any of String utility methods like String.split() or StringTokenizer then it's a little bit challenging for a beginner programmer.

JFileChooser Example - Show Open Save File Dialog in Java Swing Application

Hello guys, if you worked in Java GUI based application then you may know that Swing provides class javax.swing.JFileChooser that can be used to present a dialog for the user to choose a location and type a file name to be saved, using the showSaveDialog() method. Syntax of this method is as follows:

        public int showSaveDialog(Component parent)

where the parent is the parent component of the dialog, such as a JFrame.

How to Check is given String is a Palindrome in Java using Recursion

In this tutorial, you will learn how to check if a string is a palindrome in Java using Recursion. A String is nothing but a collection of characters like "Java," and String literals are encoded in double-quotes in Java. A String is said to be a palindrome if the reverse of String is equal to itself like "aba" is a palindrome because the opposite of "aba" is also "aba", but "abc" is not a palindrome because the reverse of "abc" is "cba" which is not equal. Recursion means solving a problem by writing a function which calls itself. In order to check if String is a palindrome in Java, we need a function that can reverse the String.

Dealing with java.net.SocketException: Broken pipe in Java - Cause and Solution

Hello guys, If you have worked in a client-server Java application then you may be familiar with the  "java.net.SocketException: Broken pipe" error, It is one of the many socket related error you will see on server-side application log.  This error comes intermittently when many clients are connecting to a server and many clients closing the connection before a response is fully transferred. Some of the common causes of java.net.SocketException: Broken pipe exception includes
  • The user closed the browser before the page loaded.
  • Their internet connection failed during loading.
  • They went to another page before the page loaded.
  • The browser timed the connection out before the page loaded (would have to be a large page).

java.lang.VerifyError: Expecting a stack map frame at branch target 14 in method at offset JDK 7 [Solved]

Hello guys, today, we'll take a look at the not so common error for Java application. If you have been working in Java for a couple of years then you might have seen this dreaded "java.lang.VerifyError: Expecting a stack map frame at branch target 14 in method at offset JDK 7" error in your application log or in Eclipse, particularly if you are running your Java application in Java 7. The main cause of this error, "java.lang.VerifyError: Expecting a stack map frame at branch target ... in the method ... at offset 0 error comes when you have some library, JAR file which is only compatible with Java 1.6 or below and you are running your program in JDK 1.7.

How to get current URL, Path, and hash using jQuery - Example, Tutorial

Hello guys,  in the last jQuery tutorial, I have taught you how to set and get values from a text field using jQuery and in this jQuery tutorial, you will learn about how to get the current URL and hash values, like something which starts with # (hash) letter. For example, in the URL http://localhost:8080/HelloWeb/test.html#ixzz2PGmDFlPd, URL is http://localhost:8080/HelloWeb/test.html and the hash value is ixzz2PGmDFlPd. This is important information and you will often find needing hash values from the current URL while working on a web application.

How to find largest and smallest number from integer array - Java Solution

Hello guys, if you have gone through any coding interview or have done some professional Software development then you know that a good understanding of array data structure is crucial for any software developer but it doesn't come for free, you need to spend time and effort. The best way to develop this understanding by solving coding problems and there are lots of programming exercises beginners can do. One of them is writing a program to find the smallest and largest number in an integer array. Java programmers are no different than others, so they can do this program in Java, not just to understand array but also different relational operators available in Java.  

How to get and set the value of a text field using jQuery? Example Tutorial

Hello guys, In the last jQuery tutorial, you learn how to dynamically add a text file into form, and in this tutorial, I will show you how to get and set the value of the text field using jQuery. This is a common task and there is a good chance that you have already done something similar in your project. Our requirement is simple, the text field initially contains value "username" and as soon as the user clicks on it to enter a username, it should become clear. After the user has entered the username of user id, he can click on the submit button and then your program should print the username and text field again becomes clear.

How to Check if Given Number is Prime in Java - With Example

Hello guys, today, we are going to discuss one of the most common programming exercises for beginners is, write a program to check if a given number is prime or not? There are many ways to check if a number is prime or not, but the most common of them is the trial division, which is what we will see in this tutorial. In my opinion, these kinds of programs are their first steps towards algorithmic understanding. You first come up with a solution, which is driven by the fact that prime numbers are natural numbers, that are not divisible by any positive number other than 1 and themselves. Then, you write a for loop to check every number, starting from 1 to a given number, to see if the given number is divisible by any positive number or not. This leads you to the solution.

How to send Logging Messages to SysLog using Log4j2 SysLogAppender in Linux - Java

Sometimes you may want to route your log messages to Syslog in UNIX based environment e.g. Linux. Since logger allows multiple appenders, you can print the same log messages to log file, console and route it to Syslog at the same time. In order to send log messages to Syslog using log4j2, you need to make some changes in your log4j2.xml file. This change is to include Syslog appender and configure that, once you do that you also need to enable TCP or UDP reception by editing rsyslog.conf file. For faster transmission you can choose UDP protocol and configure a port number on which your Syslog is listening, In our example, Syslog is listening on port 618. Let's see the complete step by step guide to configure Syslog logging in log4j logger.

2 Ways to find duplicate elements in an Array - Java Solution

Hello guys, today, you will learn how to solve another popular coding problem. You have given an array of objects, which could be an array of integers and or array of Strings or any object which implements the Comparable interface. How would you find duplicate elements from an array? Can you solve this problem in O(n) complexity? This is actually one of the frequently asked coding questions from Java interviews. There are multiple ways to solve this problem, and you will learn two popular ways here, first the brute force way, which involves comparing each element with every other element and other which uses a hash table-like data structure to reduce the time complexity of the problem from quadratic to linear, of course by trading off some space complexity.

How to Convert Date to LocalDate in Java 8 - Example Tutorial

Hello guys, you may know that JDK 8 introduced the new Date and Time API, which has got a new set of shiny date classes like LocalDate, LocalTime, etc, but you still have a lot of code written against java.util.Date? In order to work with that code, you should know how to convert java.util.Date to java.util.LocalDate in Java. There are actually multiple ways to do this conversion. You can use java.sql.Date class here as well, becuase it provides direct conversion methods like the toLocalDate() and the toInstant(). Equivalent class of the java.util.Date in Java 8 is Instant.

10 Programming questions and exercises for Java Programmers

If you have just started learning the basics of Java programming language or familiar with programming in either C or C++, then these Java programming questions and exercises for you. It doesn't focus on a particular part of Java, but these coding exercises will switch you in programming mode. These are also great ways to master basic programming construct like if-else, loops like for and while break and continue with loop,   Java operators e.g., arithmetic and logical operator, recursion, methods, or functions and standard Java API. You may also find these Java programming questions in most Java courses taught in school, colleges, and various Java training courses.

How to recursive copy directory in Java with sub-directories and files

Hello guys, it's a common requirement in Java to copy a whole directory with sub-directories and files but it's not that straight forward, especially not until Java 7. JDK 7 introduced some new file utility methods as part of Java NIO 2 which we will use in this article to show you how to recursively copy a whole directory with sub-directories and files in Java. I'll also show you how you can use Apache Commons if you are not running on Java 7 or higher versions. Basically, You can copy a file or directory by using the copy(Path, Path, CopyOption...) method. The copy fails if the target file exists unless the REPLACE_EXISTING option is specified.

How to Reverse String in Java with or without StringBuffer Example

Reverse String in Java
There are many ways to reverse a given String in Java. For example, you can use rich Java API to quickly reverse the contents of any String object. Java library provides StringBuffer and StringBuilder class with the reverse() method which can be used to reverse String in Java. Since converting between String and StringBuffer or StringBuilder is very easy it's the easiest way available to reverse String in Java. But, in a coding interview, you may not be allowed to use the JDK API methods to solve this problem. That's why, writing a Java program to reverse String in Java without StringBuffer is one of the popular Java String interview questions, which requires you to reverse String by applying logic and by not using API methods.

How to Check if given Array contains a value in Java - Linear Search vs Binary Search

Hello guys, one of the common coding questions from Java interviews is how to test if an Array contains a certain value or not? This is a simple question, but sometimes interview pressure makes candidates nervous. In this article, you'll learn how to solve this problem using different approaches. Since an array in Java doesn't have any inbuilt method for searching values, interviewers prefer to ask this question, to see how a candidate deals with such a situation. If you have good knowledge of Java API, then you will immediately come to know that there are alternatives available like using the binarySearch() method of Java Java .util.Arrays class or taking advantage of ArrayList contains method by first converting your array to ArrayList.

How to find GCD of two numbers in Java - Euclid's algorithm

How to find Greatest Common Divisor of two numbers in Java
Simple Java program to find GCD (Greatest Common Divisor) or GCF  (Greatest Common Factor) or HCF (Highest common factor). The GCD of two numbers is the largest positive integer that divides both the numbers fully i.e. without any remainder. There are multiple methods to find GCD, GDF or HCF of two numbers but  Euclid's algorithm is very popular and easy to understand, of course, only if you understand how recursion works. Euclid's algorithm is an efficient way to find GCD of two numbers and it's pretty easy to implement using recursion in Java program. According to Euclid's method GCD of two numbers, a, b is equal to GCD(b, a mod b) and GCD(a, 0) = a.

Top 5 Scala and Functional Programming Books and Courses - Must read, 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.

Is it Possible to take Spring Professional v5.0 Certification (VMware EDU-1202) without the Official Training course?

Just until a couple of years ago, It wasn't possible to take Spring Professional certification without a mandatory expensive training course from Pivotal, but from 10th May 2017 onwards, you can take Spring Certification without a training course. Yes, you read it correctly, it's now possible to become Spring certified developer without spending USD 3200 on a mandatory Spring training, like the Core Spring training. For years, Pivotal, company behind Spring framework ensured that a Java developer can only get a Spring Professional certification by first going into a 4-day training run by Pivotal and its partner around the world.

Fibonacci Series in Java Using Recursion

Fibonacci series in Java
Write a Java program to print the Fibonacci series up to a given number or create a simple Java program to calculate Fibonacci number is common Java questions on fresher interview and homework. Fibonacci series is also a popular topic on various programming exercises in schools and colleges. Fibonacci series is a series of natural numbers where the next number is equivalent to the sum of the previous two numbers like fn = fn-1 + fn-2. The first two numbers of the Fibonacci series are always 1, 1. In this Java program example for the Fibonacci series, we create a function to calculate Fibonacci number and then print those numbers on Java console.

How to check if a File exists in Java with Example

Hello guys,  if you are working in Java for a couple of years then you have come across a scenario where you need to check if a file exists or not. This is often required while writing defensive code that writes or read from a file. While there is a method to check if a file exists in Java or not, it's not so straight forward to use because it returns true if a given path represents a file or a directory. Yes, I am talking about the File.exists() method of java.io package. This method is the key method to solve this problem but you need to keep in mind that it returns true if a given path exists and its either file or directory. If your requirement is not just to check if the path is valid but also it represents a file and you have permission to read the file then you also need to ensure that it's not a directory.

How to Find Duplicate Characters on String - Java Programming Problems

Hello guys, today's programming exercise is to write a program to find repeated characters in a String. For example, if given input to your program is "Java", it should print all duplicates characters, i.e. characters appear more than once in String and their count like a = 2 because of character 'a' has appeared twice in String "Java". This is also a very popular coding question on the various level of Java interviews and written tests, where you need to write code. On difficulty level, this question is at par with the prime numbers or Fibonacci series, which are also very popular on junior level Java programming interviews and it's expected from every programmer to know how to solve them.

Difference between private and final in Java?

Hello guys, one of the common questions among Java beginners is what is the difference between a private and final keyword in Java? The confusion arises because they are very similar and used in a similar context. For example, you can make a class, method, and variable final as well as private. Both put some kind of restriction like you cannot override a final method in Java and the private method is not even accessible outside the class, so obviously you cannot override it. The main difference between private and final keyword in Java is that private is primarily an access modifier, which controls the visibility of variable, method, and classes in Java application, while final is just a modifier that enforces additional constraints on the field, method, and class in Java.

Can You Run Java Program Without a Main Method? Interview Questions discussion

The first thing Java programmers learn is that they need a main method to run, but when they go to any Interview or college viva and ask can run a Java program without a main method, they surprised like hell. Well, there are actually different types of execution models available in Java; for example, Applets, which run on the browser doesn't have the main method. Instead, they have life-cycle methods like init(), start() and stop(), which controls their execution. Since Applet is a Java program, you can answer this question is Yes. Similarly, we have Servlet, which runs in a Servlet container, comes as bundled in a web server like Tomcat, or Jetty.

4 Examples to Round Floating-Point Numbers in Java up to 2 Decimal Places

Rounding numbers up to 2 or 3 decimal places id a common requirement for Java programmer. Thankfully, Java API provides a couple of ways to round numbers in Java. You can round any floating-point numbers in Java unto n places By using either Math.round(), BigDecimal, or DecimalFormat. I personally prefer to use BigDecimal to round any number in Java because of it's convenient API and support of multiple Rounding modes. Also, if you are working in the financial industry, it's best to do a monetary calculation in BigDecimal rather than double as I have discussed in my earlier post about common Java mistakes

20+ JMS (Java Messaging Service) Interview Questions and Answers for Java Programmers

Java Messaging Service or JMS interview questions is one of the important parts of any Core Java or J2EE interview as messaging is a key aspect of enterprise Java development. JMS is a popular open-source Messaging API and various vendors like Apache Active MQ, Websphere MQ, Sonic MQ provides an implementation of Java messaging API or JMS. Any Java messaging services or JMS interview can be divided into two parts where the first part focuses on fundamental of JMS API and messaging concept like What is a topic, What is Queue, publish-subscribe or point to point model, etc, While the second part is related to JMS experience with particular JMS provider.

Top 5 Programming Books for Experienced Programmers

It's one thing to know about syntax and semantics of a programming language and other things to use it effectively. There are several books which will be taught you about syntax and grammar of a programming language, but there are really few books which will teach you the customary and effective ways to use it. Also known as idiom and usages. As a programmer, You should know one programming language well enough to discuss its nuances and best practices, and that's why I am in constant search of books that improve me as a programmer.

5 Best books to learn JDBC - Java Programming

The JDBC (Java Database connectivity) is one of the vital API in Java programming language which allows a Java program to connect to any database, like Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Lite, Sybase or any other relational database. It's an essential API to learn and master for both core Java and Java EE professionals, given the ubiquitous nature of Database in real-world applications. Despite its importance, many Java developer lacks essential JDBC skills, like they are not familiar with Connection, Statement, connection pool, calling stored procedures, and executing a transaction in JDBC.

Eclipse - Access restriction: The type BASE64Decoder is not accessible due to restriction Error [Solved[

Hello guys, if you have been using Eclipse for Java development then you might have seen this dreaded  "Access restriction: The type BASE64Decoder is not accessible due to restriction Error" before. This error comes when you are trying to encode String into Base64 using BASE64Decoder in Eclipse because the class BASE64Decoder is not part of JDK's public API, it comes from sun.misc package which is non-public. Though this class is present in JDK and JRE and allows you to encode and decode String into base 64, any access to this class from Eclipse flags as an error in Eclipse IDE. If you compile and run the same program from the command line or Netbeans you will not get this error.

Top 5 Apache Maven Free Ebooks for Java Developers

If you are working in Java for a couple of years, you surely know about Maven, the most popular tool to build Java application. Recently I had shared 10 things about Maven Java developer should know, (if you have read it yet, you can read it here) and I receive a lot of good feedback about how useful those plugins and Maven, in general, are for Java developers. This motivated me to write more stuff about Apache Maven, and then I thought about sharing some of the free ebooks Java developers can use to learn Maven. Sonatype, the company behind the Nexus open source repository manager and creators of the Apache Maven project, provides a couple of good free ebooks to learn Maven and Nexus repository.

Difference between table scan, index scan, and index seek in SQL Server Database

Hello guys, a good understanding of how the index works and how to use them to improve your SQL query performance is very important while working in a database and SQL and that's why you will find many questions based upon indexes on Programming Job interviews. One of such frequently asked SQL question is the real difference between table scan, index scan, an index seek? which one is faster and why? How does the database chooses which scan or seek to use? and How you can optimize the performance of your SQL SELECT queries by using this knowledge. In general, there are only two ways in which your query engine retrieves the data, using a table scan or by using an index.

DROP table Command Example in Oracle, MySQL and SQL Server

DROP is one of the basic SQL commands, which is used to DROP database objects. Since it's part of ANSI SQL, the DROP command is supported by all major database vendors, including Oracle, MySQL, and Microsoft SQL Server. A SQL DROP TABLE statement is used to delete a table definition and all data from a table, but DROP can also be used drop index, view, trigger, or any other database object. By the way, be careful with using the DROP table command because once a table is deleted, all the information available in the table is lost forever.

Top 5 Books to learn C and C++ for Beginners - Best of Lot

If you are just starting out with computer programming, the sheer number of programming languages is simply overwhelming. It is therefore quite helpful to learn that a good number of these languages heavily borrow their syntax from C. Once considered the go-to language for general-purpose software development in the structured programming era, C has influenced quite a long list of languages to include PHP, JavaScript, Java, and Python. Using familiar C structures makes it possible for new languages to improve acceptance. C++ builds upon C to now offer support for objects and classes. To better understand these languages, here are 5 books to learn C and C++ from

How to validate phone number in Java? Google libphonenumber library Example Tutorial

It's a common requirement to validate phone numbers for a Java web application, much like validating email addresses. Unfortunately, Java doesn't provide any built-in method to carry out this kind of common validation, I would love to have a validation package in Java, but don't worry there must be an open-source library to cover this deficiency, right? Yes, there is Google's phone number library which allows you to validate any phone number both international, USA specific or any country-specific.

7 Reasons of NOT using SELECT * in a SQL Query?

I have read many articles on the internet where people suggest that using SELECT * in SQL query is a bad practice and you should always avoid that, but they never care to explain why? Some of them will say you should always use an explicit list of columns in your SQL query, which is a good suggestion and one of the SQL best practices I teach to junior programmers, but many of them don't explain the reason behind it.  Unless you explain some reasons why one should not use SELECT * in queries, it's difficult to convince many SQL developers,  many of whom have started learning SQL by doing SELECT * from EMP in Oracle database. In this article, I will try to bridge that gap by giving some practical reasons why using SELECT * in the SQL query is not a good idea.

How to Create Java Project with Maven in Eclipse - Step by Step Guide

If you are not using Maven for managing dependency and creating a build for your Java project, then you are definitely missing something. Being an ardent fan of ANT, I started with Maven quite late, but once I started, I haven't looked back. Maven makes it so easy to add new open-source JAR files, building and testing your project that you wouldn't look back. By the way, like all the things starting is difficult. I spent countless hours will creating my first Java project using Maven and Eclipse, but those were days with older Eclipse IDE. Now with Eclipse Juno and indigo, you get inbuilt support of Maven, which means it's a lot easier to start working with the Maven-based Java project in Eclipse IDE.