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Dear Author,

When it comes to high-volume event processing how do Kafka services scale?

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Sathya Sundar
Dear Author,

 What would be some of your recommendations to handle partial failures?

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Sundar

This is an impressive data point

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Sathya
Hello Author,

 I took a quick look at this framework, it sounds interesting , with a Plethora of frameworks available
 what would you say to this question , Why should you use hapi?

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Sathya

Even presenting on a topic that you already know, someone else will have a perspective that will inevitably be different to your own, and you can visit a familiar topic in a way that makes it new.


True, there is an old saying in my mother tongue which is true to what is being discussed here

"Katrathu Kai Mann Alavu, Kallathathu Ulagalavu"

has been translated as "What you have learned is a mere handful; What you haven't learned is the size of the world" is exhibited in NASA
to encourage the employees to work and know more and more.[/b]webpage


2 years ago

This question is to Kevlin Henney & Trisha Gee,

When you compiled these ideas from various experts , did you get to know any new ideas which you
felt were interesting and you were getting to know for the first time?

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Sathya

2 years ago

I am curious about number 97. What's special with number 97? why don't we have 100 things etc?  


I had a similar question in my mind, I thought maybe its an arbitrary number or so happened that they came up with
ideas which amounted to this 97

but again I liked the interesting fact about this number by "Campbell Ritchie"

Ninety‑seven is a wonderful number, the largest two‑digit prime



2 years ago
Dear Authors

 Fascinated by the interesting mix of ideas (97 Things Every Java Programmer should know), being out there with Java
 ever since java 1.2 days, personally I never felt I know everything, always felt the need to amp up my skills around java
 and this book would serve well in that quest for more.

 more questions to come, thanks for bringing out the best of the best ideas onto a book form.


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Sathya
2 years ago
I dont know how the interview process has changed in the last few years,
having said that ,it is for most of the time,the entry level java programmers need not prove their mettle in
Frameworks or Language features.

Most definitely they need to be relatively strong on the fundamentals of any modern programming languages
Good grasp on OOP fundamentals, OOAD ,logical thinking , problem solving abilities,team working mindset
...

2 years ago
My2 cents , if you are staring off from pre-Java 8 , you can jump on to any versions ,i would say
the higher the better it really doesn't matter.
2 years ago
I understand it is difficult to cover everythig out there in Core Java platform to cover in a cook book
Whatever topics that you have covered in this problem solution approach ,how did you come about
choosing those topics ?

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Sathya
2 years ago


Yes it does .This is from the book's amazon page

Java continues to grow and evolve, and this cookbook continues to evolve in tandem. With this guide, you’ll get up to speed right away with hundreds of hands-on recipes across a broad range of Java topics. You’ll learn useful techniques for everything from string handling and functional programming to network communication.

Each recipe includes self-contained code solutions that you can freely use, along with a discussion of how and why they work. If you’re familiar with Java basics, this cookbook will bolster your knowledge of the language and its many recent changes, including how to apply them in your day-to-day development. This updated edition covers changes through Java 12 and parts of 13 and 14.

2 years ago
Over the years CookBooks have got more refined with specif problem and solution approach ,i guess
that is the approach by with Ian's book as well.
2 years ago

Hello Author,

I am big fan of CookBooks that comes with individual recipes styles, its has got its own readership followings
What in your opinion is the biggest success factor for the CookBooks and more particular your book?

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Sathya

2 years ago