A quick and practical overview of Morphia – a Java ODM for MongoDB.
It has been almost fifteen years when I started programming and my love for it does not seem to fade at all. I have worked upon core Java, Spring projects to enterprise solutions like commerce and digital platforms. I love learning new features, languages, algorithms, libraries, basically whatever can make the journey fun!
Here's what I've written (so far):
A quick and practical overview of the main value proposition of Spring framework.
A quick and practical overview of Spring Security and Kerberos integration.
A quick and practical overview of Flowable with Spring Boot.
A comprehensive overview of differences between HTTP REST APIs and WebSockets.
A quick and practical overview of Tensorflow for Java
A not-so-quick but practical overview of working with Kubernetes and Helm.
A quick and practical overview of securing our Spring applications against enumeration attacks.
A quick overview of a streaming pipeline build with Kafka, Spark, and Cassandra.
Explore the basics of Hibernate OGM, including its architecture.
Explore character encoding in Java and learn about common pitfalls.
Learn about the graph data structure and how to implement it in Java
A focused tutorial on SSL handshake failures and how to fix them.
A quick guide to understanding interfaces in Kotlin and how they compare to Java.
Learn about the Java OutputStream’s interfaces and common methods