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What is Immutable Objects in Java?

An immutable object is something whose state can’t be change after there creation, e.g. String objects. Once you have created a String …

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Novice way to implement a Singleton

I believe everyone starts (and even continues to do so) implementing Singleton pattern in following fashion: also read: Java Tutorials Java EE …

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What is Remote Debugging in Java?

Consider a scenario where you can’t run the application in your development environment, e.g. say your application can run only on a …

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Runtime.addShutdownHook()

Preface Every Java Program can attach a shutdown hook to JVM, i.e. piece of instructions that JVM should execute before going down. …

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Job Schedulers – UNIX

Job Schedulers – UNIX We might have worked on various Job Scheduling Frameworks, one of the famous one that comes to our …

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Java Vs. JavaScript

Java or JavaScript? Which should you learn? Which should you use? These two may seem similar, but there are some very key …

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Volatile keyword in Java

This tips explains the use of volatile keyword in Java. The keyword volatile is used in the multithreaded environment. also read: Java …

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