Understanding null in Java

Java and null share a unique bond. Almost all of the Java developers get trouble with the NullPointerException and this is the most infamous fact about null and Java. In this journal, we will be understanding null in Java. Null was

Creating Web APIs using ASP.NET and MySQL

In this journal, we will be creating a Web API using ASP.NET and MySql. All thanks to the Entity Framework and ASP.NET, creating Web API that interact with the database with C# has become quite easy. If you are wondering what exactly is

Continuous Testing – Android Emulator Tools

Android Emulator is often used by the developers during the development process to test the latest changes quickly. Recently, Android Development Team has announced that they have open-sourced the Android Emulator Container Scripts which

Top 10 Visual Studio Code Extensions

Visual Studio Code extensions make this editor as the best code editor out there at the moment. The extensions for this editor are available via the Market Place. Market Place offers tons of extensions to customize as per the developer's…

Understanding Java Thread Pool with Example

In this journal entry, "Understanding Java Thread Pool", we will be answering to the question "Why the application need a thread pool?". Well the answer to this is when we develop a simple application in Java which needs some concurrent

How to create reusable packages for .NET Core

In this journal blog, we will be looking at how to create reusable packages of code for .NET Core. Reusable packages of code are a great source for developers. It helps them to build and run the projects faster the next time they are

How to Build a Data Pipeline using Flink and Kafka

In this journal blog, we are going to have a look at how to build a data pipeline using Flink and Kafka. But before we start let's first understand what exactly these two technologies are. Apache Flink is a stream processing framework

Understanding BlockingQueue in Java

BlockingQueue interface in Java was first introduced in Java 1.5. BlockingQueue interface supports flow control by introducing blocking if either BlockingQueue is full or empty. All methods of BlockingQueue are atomic in nature and