We managed to publish the fourth issue of the newsletter. That's as many as 44 a4 pages devoted to the Java language. Don't wait. Order now!
Another part of the Java course has appeared. In this part of the course, we will learn about all 8 primitive data types in Java with the help of examples.
The fourth part of the GIT course. In this section we show where to download and install the GIT version.
We clarified the following recruitment questions:
- What is the volatile keyword? How and why would you use it?
- Compare the sleep () and wait () methods in Java, including when and why you use one against the other.
- Tail recursion is functionally equivalent to iteration. Since Java does not yet support call optimization for tail, describe how to turn a simple recursive tail function into a loop and why loop is usually preferred.
In addition, we published the rules of writing code that should be followed by juniors and the topic of how to learn programming effectively.
The programming task this time involves writing a word decoder to telephone numbers.
We also answer three questions received by the editorial office:
- Why do you think there will be no work for programmers in 15 years?
- Do you know if there is a company that carried out mentoring and later appointed the best clients in their own projects, giving the trainees 1 job.
- I have a question for juniors. If you already work in a corpo or software house, to what extent do you have to devote your time after work to study? Or maybe what you learn during work is enough, and after work you will only spend some time studying? Or maybe employers send you to trainings on the job and then you no longer devote your free time to study?
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