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Ahamadou_io Aug 4
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Suwagath Aug 9
IntelliJ IDEA is the best IDE ever known to me.
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TechFairy Aug 3
When romance doesn't go well......
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SpooTeeDesign Aug 7
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javinpaul Aug 7
Want to become a full-stack Java developer? Here are 10 free online courses you can join to learn full-stack Java development using Spring Boot and React or Angular
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Nishant. 20h
Commits and slowly walks away 🚶🏻‍♂️ .
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Sophie J Marat 21h
This is my old workstation where I developed one of the first Java 11 / Spring Boot 2.x project that went live in the cloud at my company back in December 2018. Isn't it strange to feel the same amount of time has gone by since I was there just 5 months ago?
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Javarevisited Aug 7
10 OOP design principles every programmer should learn 1. open closed 2. single responsibility 3. delegation 4. dependency inversion 5. composition 6. DRY 7. LSP 8. ISP 9. Interface coding learn more:
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srikanthpragada Aug 7
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BrighterBees 21h
Java supports three jump statement: break, continue, and return. These statements transfer control to another part of your program.
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ITSolution Aug 8
What’s the role of the DataReader class in connections? Ans: It returns a read-only dataset from the data source when the command is executed.
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umarIconic Aug 7
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Drew Mercer Aug 4
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Rajesh~DEV.💻 Aug 7
When animating the width/height of a view using layoutParams, don’t forget to call requestLayout().🤓 -ui //-Dev
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Burst Apps Team Aug 9
Are you a or developer, and also interested in working on open source projects in the crypto currency space? If so, we want to meet you! We are always looking for talented developers to help out.
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Benchmark IT Solutions 15h
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BrighterBees Aug 8
Java’s iteration statement are for, while, and do-while. These statements create what we commonly call loops. As we know, “a loop repeatedly executes the same set of instructions until a termination condition is met.“
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What's up Twitter 🌍! I have src code below for whomever interested. My frontend skills are awful so feel free to beautify this 😂 You're all welcomed to do your own touch ups, use it to learn (w/e) & put it on your own GitHub♥️
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Andy Costanza 3h
Spring Web Services Samples have been updated! !in !tw
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Sikilabs Tech. 15h
☕ 10 awesome JavaScript libraries you should try out in 2020
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