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How I created my first Open Source Android Library – Part 1

For long I’ve been thinking of creating an open – source android library. I’m a firm believer of the fact that contributing to open source and reading open source code makes one a better engineer. But I’d never had a first hand experience in creating a library of my own. Fascinated by the fact that how an Android library is ...

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Processes…

It has been a lot of talk about processes in the Jakarta and MicroProfile community lately, so I just want to remind us all about this item from the Agile Manifesto. Individuals and interactions over processes and tools. https://agilemanifesto.org/ That said, some process is needed. Especially for work with specifications. In this post, I explain the Jakarta EE Specification Process ...

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Locks In Java

A lock is a thread synchronization mechanism like synchronized blocks. Locks are implemented internally using synchronized blocks. Therefore, we can use locks instead of synchronized keywords in Java. A Lock is more flexible and more sophisticated than a synchronized block. From Java 5 version, JDK provides several implementations of locks, like ReentrantReadWriteLock, ReentrantLock, and StampedLock, etc. 1. Differences between Synchronization ...

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Database Week at the AWS Loft

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Here are my notes: https://databaseweekoctober2019sf.splashthat.com Databases on AWS: The Right Tool for the Right Job I’m not taking super deep notes for many of these talks. I’m focusing on the highlights. PostgreSQL came after MySQL. 8 categories of DBs on AWS: RelationalKey valueDocumentIn-memoryGraphSearchTime seriesLedger Search for: AWS Database Services For relational, they have Amazon Aurora. It’s compatible with MySQL and ...

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Load balancing: Round robin may not be the right choice

Based on our experience, we believe Round robin may not be an effective load balancing algorithm, because it doesn’t equally distribute traffic among all nodes. You might wonder how this is possible? Yes, it is possible How Round robin algorithm works? Round robin algorithm sends requests among nodes in the order that requests are received. Here is a simple example. ...

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Top 6 Most Used Redis Libraries

Currently the most popular key-value store in the world, Redis has earned its wide adoption rate by providing high speeds and low latency, packed with a flexible feature-set aimed at app developers.  Redis is an in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache, and message broker distributed under the BSD license. Redis is used by many leading tech brands ...

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Take a 44-Hour Deep Dive Into the Algorithms & Statistical Models That Make Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence Wor Hey fellow geeks, This week, on our JCG Deals store, we have another extreme offer.We are offering a massive 98% off on The Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence Certification Bundle. Get it now with only $29, instead of the original price ...

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[Upcoming Webinar] Troubleshooting Kubernetes: The 7 Key Components You Need to Have

In case you haven’t heard, containers are eating the world. This shift is transforming everything we’ve ever known about developing, delivering and maintaining our applications – particularly when it comes to resolving errors. With so many moving pieces, getting to the bottom of critical issues lurking in your Kubernetes-based apps can feel impossible. Traditional methods of troubleshooting – like sifting ...

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Become a Master of Java Streams – Part 4: Database Streams

SQL has always been a declarative language whereas Java for a long time has been imperative. Java streams have changed the game. Code your way through this hands-on-lab article and learn how Java streams can be used to perform declarative queries to an RDBMS database, without writing a single line of SQL code. You will discover, there is a remarkable ...

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