About Mainak Goswami

Mainak Goswami is an experienced Technology Consultant specializing in JEE, Web Development and Open source technologies. He is currently based out of United Kingdom. He is a technology enthusiast trying to explore the latest in the world of technology. His current area of interest is Mobility, NoSQL and Cloud computing. In past time he loves blogging on his website Idiotechie.

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Step by Step Web Service guide

To learn more on web services let’s first understand the concept of the service oriented architecture.   What is Service Oriented Architecture? Service Oriented Architecture ...
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Java Security Tutorial – Step by Step guide to create SSL connection and certificates

In our series of articles on applying JEE security we present you another detailed tutorial on how to create a SSL connection and create certificates in a Java EE application. As mentioned ...
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Secure Web Application in Java EE6 using LDAP

In our previous article we have explained on how to protect the data while it is in transit through Transport Layer Security (TLS)/Secured Socket Layer (SSL). Now let us try to understand ...
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OpenDS: How to install and configure LDAP server?

What is LDAP? “LDAP stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol used for accessing and maintaining distributed directory information services over an Internet Protocol network.” Why ...
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Understanding Transport Layer Security / Secure Socket Layer

Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 / Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 3.0, is the mechanism to provide private, secured and reliable communication over the internet. It is the most widely ...
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Singleton Design Pattern – An introspection and best practices

Definition: Singleton is a part of Gang of Four design pattern and it is categorized under creational design patterns. In this article we are going to take a deeper look into the usage ...
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Decorate with decorator design pattern

Decorator pattern is one of the widely used structural patterns. This pattern dynamically changes the functionality of an object at runtime without impacting the existing functionality ...
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Facade Design Pattern – Design standpoint

In our previous article we have described about the Adapter Design Pattern. In today’s article we are going to show about another such Gang of Four Structural patterns. As the name ...
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Gang of Four – Proxy Design Pattern

Proxy is another Structural design pattern which works ‘on behalf of’ or ‘in place of’ another object in order to access the later. When to use this pattern? Proxy pattern is ...
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Deep diving into Cloning

Before we proceed with the cloning concept let’s refresh our basics with the object creation concept. When the objects are created using the new operator the objects gets the memory ...
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