viernes, 8 de enero de 2016

Java Code Geeks: Top 10 Java post for 2015

Top 10 Java Code Geeks posts for 2015
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Top 10 Java Code Geeks posts for 2015 (by Java Code Geeks)
2015 is coming to its end; time surely flies away. This has been again an massive year for Java and Java Code Geeks. Our community continues to evolve and attract developers all over the world. Keeping the tradition, we are compiling the top Java Code Geeks for the year that just passed.

Spring Data MongoDB Example (by JCG Examples)
In this article, we will see a simple Java application demonstrating the CRUD operation (Create, retrieve, update and delete) using the MongoDB database and spring MongoDB module. MongoDB database is an open source document-oriented NoSQL database.
  Have you wondered what are the most common Javascript questions developers are asked in interviews? Well, in this article we’re going to go through some of the most anticipated questions (and their answers) to help you get going in job interviews and make a good impression with your knowledge.

Java Concurrency Essentials Tutorial (by JCG Courses)
In this course, you will dive into the magic of concurrency. You will be introduced to the fundamentals of concurrency and concurrent code and you will learn about concepts like atomicity, synchronization and thread safety. As you advance, the following lessons will deal with the tools you can leverage, such as the Fork/Join framework, the java.util.concurrent JDK package.

HTML5 Programming Cookbook (by WCG Library)
In this ebook, we provide a compilation of HTML5 based examples that will help you kick-start your own web projects. We cover a wide range of topics, from graphics and animation, to geolocation and offline storage. With our straightforward tutorials, you will be able to get your own projects up and running in minimum time.

Devops: Innovation Without Disruption (by OutSystems)
Kevin Behr, co-author of The Phoenix Project and Visable Ops, discusses PaaS and how it can take DevOps processes to the next level. In IT, the age-old trade-off between innovation and disruption is not as established as it once was. Innovation no longer has to necessitate development downtime or disruption to operations.

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