Top 15 Spring Data JPA Interview Questions with Answers

Hello guys, If you are preparing for a Spring developer interview and looking for some Spring Data JPA Interview questions then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared frequently asked interview questions on Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and Spring MVC in general, and in this article, I will share frequently asked Spring Data JPA Interview Questions with Answers for Java developers. Spring is one of the most popular and widely used frameworks. Spring Data JPA is an important part of the framework as it makes working with JPA or any JPA implementation like Hibernate easier.  

Top 5 Books to learn React.js for Beginners in 2021

So, you are ready for the latest craze in coding today. Everyone is talking about this new React JavaScript coding language and you want to be a part of the React community. You are in the right place and now you are thinking about a great book to get you moving on learning the React approach to building components from the React JavaScript library. You know that your commitment is real because you are not intimidated by a technical book that averages 750 pages! Or, maybe you are brand new and are not even sure where to start your training in React JavaScript coding. It does not matter; today's top five book selections will take you from beginner to intermediate to advanced topics in React development.

Top 5 Free Courses to Learn C Programming for Beginners - Best of Lot

Hello guys, if you want to learn the C Programming language and looking for a free online course then you have come to the right place. In the past, I have shared the best C programming courses and top C++ courses and today I am going to share the best free C programming courses for beginners.  C is one of the most extended programming languages in the world. It is used for creating operating systems and embedded applications. With the increasing popularity of object-oriented programming, C is being rapidly replaced as "the" programming language by C++, a superset of the C language that uses an entirely different set of programming concepts, but the base is the same in both.

How to find symbolic link or soft link in Linux - ls + find command example

There are two ways you can find a symbolic link or soft link in UNIX based operating system like Linux, Solaris, BSD, or IBM AIX. The first way is by using the ls command in UNIX which displays files, directories, and links in any directory and the other way is by using UNIX find command which has the ability to search any kind of files e.g. file, directory, or link. In this UNIX command tutorial, we will see examples of both of these UNIX commands for finding a soft link in any directory. If you are new to UNIX operating system and not familiar with the concept of the soft link and hard link, I would recommend getting a good hand on it, as it is one of the most powerful features of UNIX based system.

Top 5 Books to Learn Java 8 and Functional Programming - Best of Lot

Hello guys, recently, I asked my followers on Twitter which Java version they are using in production, and most of them said Java 8 and Java 11. This is not surprising at all because many of the projects I have worked on also using Java 8 in production. After close to 7 years of Java 8 release, it is still the most used Java version in production which is not surprising though. Even though we now have Java 15 many programmers are yet to learn Java 8 and I often receive queries like which books to read or which online courses to join to learn essential Java 8 features like lambda expression, stream, and functional programming. 

Top 17 Linux, SQL, and Multicasting Questions from Java Interviews

Hello guys, If you have worked as a software developer or Java programmer then you know that SQL, Linux, and Networking fundamentals are essential skills for any Java developer, especially for server-side Java programmers. It actually doesn't matter whether you are applying for the job as a Java developer or C++ developer, Python developer or Ruby programmer, SQL and UNIX always have some role to play in your career. It's even essential for people who have less to do with programming like application support guys, business analysts, project managers, and subject matter experts.  Hence, it's imperative for any programmer or IT professional to prepare both SQL and UNIX well before going for any job interview.