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Divya Shiv

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Recent posts by Divya Shiv

Hi  Marco,

How is your book teaching the JDBC  related concepts with respect to Spring and Hibernate ?
Hi,

What are the major blocks/ challenges faced when  adapting  the  AI and related technologies ? How should it be embraced from view point of the developer ?
Hi Yan,

Does the video tutorial explains the AWS concepts along with serverless programming ?
4 months ago
Thank you Jay..
4 months ago
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Hi,

What are the main features  that makes the Go language  developers choice compared to other languages ?
4 months ago
Go
Hi,

Interested in knowing if the book  explains the fundamentals and usage of higher versions of java or expects the readers to know the features to understand it.
5 months ago
Hi ,

What are main features Kotlin offers compared to that of Java ? What would make the programmer to prefer Kotlin ?
5 months ago
Hi Peter,

How  different  is the implementation of Java 11 compared to the previous versions of Java ?

9 months ago
Hi Rhuan/Joao,

Congratualtions for this new book. I would like to know how is the book different from other books on design patterns? Also based on the latest versions is there also included  newer features  implementing the patterns ?Thanks.
Hi Karl,

Does the book covers general programming errors or is it based on any specific version( new features and functions too covered ?)
1 year ago