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Don’t Use Checked Exceptions

Introduction Java is the only (mainstream) programming language to implement the concept of checked exceptions. Ever since, checked exceptions have been the subject of controversy.

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Guide to Sorting in Kotlin

Sorting refers to the process of arranging elements in a specific order. The order could be ascending or descending based on certain criteria such as numerical or lexicographical order.

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Understanding Socket.IO: Building a simple real-time chat app with Node.js and Socket.IO

Traditional web applications primarily used the HTTP request-response model, where clients sent requests to servers, and servers responded with data. However, implementing real-time features like live chat, notifications, collaborative tools, etc, was challenging.

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Spring Basics

At its core, Spring is a Dependency Injection framework. Although it now offers a variety of other features that simplify developers' lives, most of these are built on top of the Dependency Injection framework.

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Spring Boot Basics

Spring Boot builds on top of the Spring Framework and provides a wealth of additional features and integrations. To simplify somewhat, one could say that the Spring Framework focuses on functions related to the application context, while Spring Boot provides functions that are needed in many applications running in production or that simplify developer life.

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All You Need to Know about Spring’s Java Config

Welcome to the exciting world of Spring’s Java Configuration! In this comprehensive guide, we will learn Spring’s Java-based configuration. We will get familiar with core annotations like @Bean and @Configuration.

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