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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Top 10 Spring MVC and REST Annotations with Examples for Java Programmers

Hello guys, welcome to my third article on exploring essential annotations from the Spring framework, the most popular framework for Java development. In the first article, I have shared some of the most useful Spring Framework annotations, which were based upon Core Spring functionalities like dependency injection, inversion of control, and configuration, and in the second article, you have learned about important Spring Cloud annotations like @EnableConfigServer, @EnableEurekaSever, and @EnableDiscoveryClient. Now that you know those essential Spring annotations it's time to move towards Spring MVC and REST, one of the most used parts of Spring Framework.

Sunday, October 18, 2020

Top 5 Books to learn Scrum, Sprint, and Agile in 2021 - Best of Lot

Hello guys, Are you a senior Java developer who wants to become a Scrum Master to advance in your career? Well, at this time, a person needs to wear many hats for job security. You not only have to perform your duty as a Software developer, I mean coding and debugging, but also need to support your application as Level 2 or Level 3 Support. You also need to wear project management or product development hat, which involves talking to stakeholders and clients. If this is not enough, you may need to play the role of Scrum master in your daily Scrum meeting and drive your Sprint review and Sprint planning meeting. To do all these, you must understand Agile methodologies and how the process works.

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Top 5 Data Visualization Tools every Data Analyst Should Learn

Hello guys, If you are learning Data Visualization and looking for the best tool for the job then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared the free Data Analysis courses and today, I am going to share the best Data Visualization tools for Data Analysts and Data Scientists to learn. Data Visualization is one of the most in-demand skills in today's data-centric world. More and more companies are tapping on their data to find opportunities and this is increasing demand for Data Analysts who can tell the story from their data. 

Friday, October 16, 2020

Top 5 Essential Machine Learning Algorithms Data Scientists Should Learn

Hello guys, you may know that Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence have become more and more important in this increasingly digital world. They are now providing a competitive edge to businesses like NetFlix's Movie recommendations. If you have just started in this field and looking for what to learn then I am going to share 5 essential Machine learning algorithms you can learn as a beginner.  These essential algorithms form the basis of most common Machine learning projects and having a good knowledge of them will not only help you to understand the project and model quickly but also to change them as per your need.

Friday, October 9, 2020

Top 5 Amazing Gifts for Programmers, Coders, and Software Developers

If you are planning for a surprise gift to your programmer boyfriend and husband on this holiday season like Black Friday, on Christmas, or New Year, or maybe on his next birthday, but not sure what to gift, then you have come to the right place. In this article, I am going to share some of the best gifts ideas for programmers and developers, gift which every programmer wishes for. To be honest with you, buying a gift is easy, but finding the right gift is very tough. I have spent countless hours on the internet to find a perfect gift for one of my colleague's husband, and this article is a result of that research.

Thursday, October 8, 2020

Top 10 REST API, Microservices, and RESTful Web Services Book for Java Web Developers

In recent years, REST has become the standard style for developing web services, also known as RESTful Web Services. These web services take advantage of REST principles, which leverages all goodness of HTTP to provide scalable and robust web services. As a Java Web developer, it's high time that you get familiar with the REST concepts and the REST style of developing web services in Java, also known as RESTful web services, and nothing is better than to start with a good book. I often receive a request about which book should I read to learn REST? Or what are some best books to learn to develop RESTful Web services in Java, etc.? In this article, I will suggest some books which will teach you both designing a REST API and developing RESTful web services in Java.

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Top 10 RESTful Web Service Interview Questions for Java Developers

REST is an architectural style of developing web services that have become immensely popular in the last couple of years and consequently gained a lot of importance in core Java and Java EE interviews. If you are a Java web developer, then you are most likely to see a couple of questions from web services every time you go for a Java web developer interview. One of the most frequent ones is the difference between REST and SOAP web services, which I have recently answered there, but there are a lot many other good questions I have collected from friends and my readers, which I have not yet published. In this article, I am sharing those questions, mainly based on REST-style web services for your practice and preparation.