Peopleware is a must read for Managers who want to explore and learn about different managerial responsibilities and learn about what not to be done while executing those responsibilities. The content is presented with a touch of humour so you need not be surprised if you are found laughing while you are reading. [...]
JSON processing is not supported out of the box in Java. One would have to make use of 3rd part libraries to enable JSON processing. But with JSR 353 and its reference implementation JSON processing is being brought into the Java language. JavaEE 7 has already included the reference implementation.
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This post is inspired by the Double Brace Initialization concept explained here. This technique can be used for creating and initializing objects and represent these operations in a single expression. And the efficiency of this technique has been heavily discussed on stackoverflow.
We all have enjoyed reading the Head First series of books and this book i.e Head First HTML5 Programming is no different. The authors Eric Freeman and Elisabeth Robson have kept the content in the book as much practical as possible which means that your are more of coding than reading. Not all the features [...]
We all as Java programmers been through the situation where in we invoke a method to get some value and then instead of directly invoking some methods on the return value, we first have to check that the return value is not null and then invoke the methods on the return value. This has been [...]
Previously I had written about Companion classes in Scala and there in I had mentioned one of its uses i.e defining the apply method to support object literals. In this post I am continuing from where I had previously left and pick two such Companion classes in [...]
I have during my college days used XMLHttpRequest object and its equivalent in Microsoft world to make Ajax calls and those Ajax calls were to the URL within the same domain. But with the advent of Webservices and whole lot of mashups being developed, Ajax calls are not restricted to same domain but the cut [...]
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