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The “people problem” problem and the great agile divide

“Its always a people problem.” Gerry Weinberg, The Secrets of Consulting, 1985 The great, unspoken, divide in agile is between those who believe the individual is all powerful and the centre of everything, and those who believe the individual is the product of the system. Weinberg’s “law” is taken as unquestionable truth by most people in the agile community. Whatever ...

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Java – Get Time In MilliSeconds

A quick guide to get the current date time in milliseconds using Date, Calendar and java 8 api classes. 1. Overview In this tutorial, We’ll learn how to get the time in milliseconds in java. Time in milliseconds is the right way and format in storing into the database for date time columns. Because this is stored as Number type ...

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Java Program To Check Palindrome String Using Recursion

A quick guide to check the string is palindrome or not using recursion in java. 1. Overview In this tutorial, We’ll learn how to check the string is palindrome using Recursive function in java. String palindrome means if the string reversed value is equal to the original string. Recursion means calling the one function from the same function. This is ...

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Converting Between LocalDate and SQL Date In Java 8

A quick guide to convert between LocalDate and java.sql.Date objects in java 8 with examples. 1. Overview In this tutorial, We’ll learn how to convert java.time.LocalDate to java.sql Date in java 8 and vice versa. This is simple to do but when working jpa framework it is bit different to deal with the table column type. First look at the ...

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Python Set intersection Method

Hello in this tutorial, we will explain how to set the intersection method in python programming. 1. Introduction The intersection() method in python programming returns a set containing common elements from one or more given sets. Its syntax representation is given as below: set.intersection(set1, set2 ... etc) The parameter set1 is required to search for equal items and set2 . ...

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Python List vs Tuples

Hello in this tutorial, we will see and understand the differences between List vs Tuples in Python programming. 1. Introduction List and Tuple in python programming are used to store the data. List and Tuple data structures are similar in most cases but still have a few differences and we will understand them in this tutorial. List in python are ...

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How to print without newline in Python

Hello in this tutorial, we will see how to print without a newline in python programming. 1. Introduction Printing or logging is the most common thing in any programming language and it is one of the most common things that everyone enjoys doing. By default, every print output is written in a different line in python programming. To print without ...

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Python Inheritance Tutorial

Hello in this tutorial, we will understand inheritance in python programming. 1. Introduction Inheritance is an important concept in any programming language. It provides code reusability as we can use the existing classes to create new classes instead of creating it from scratch. In this, the child class acquires the properties of the parent class and can access all the ...

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Where is Apache Spark heading?

I watched (COVID19-era version of “attended”) the latest spark Summit and in one of the keynotes Reynold Xin from Databricks, presented the following two images comparing spark usage on their platform on 2013 vs. 2020: While Databricks’ platform is, of course, not the whole spark community, I would wager that they have enough users to represent the overall trend. Incidentally, ...

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