The Advantages Of Using Different Java Frameworks For Back-End

Java has recently celebrated its silver anniversary, but its ‘old is gold’ reliability has kept it at the top of the software industry. While Android, Cloud Technology, Big Data, and Machine Learning initiatives may all benefit from Java’s versatility, the language shines most when it comes to building websites. Different Java frameworks are pieces of software that … Read more →

Top 8 Java Development Tools for Rapid Project Development Cycles (in 2022)

Java is one of the first truly cross-platform programming languages responsible for the creation of numerous programs across multiple platforms. Its notable cross-platform software programs are available on Apple’s OS X, Windows, Linux operating systems, and web browsers like Google Chrome & Mozilla Firefox. Moreover, Java also powers software applicable for various televisions and game … Read more →

Top 10 Programming Languages to Choose From in 2021

The variety of programming languages on the market today can turn your head. According to analysts, there are currently 256. However, despite such a large number, there are only 10-15 popular languages. Every year the list of languages changes, and this year we decided to create our top 10 major programming languages in 2021. Well-Known … Read more →

7 RESOURCES TO LEARN JAVA

Java is the most popular programming language in the world. There are more than nine million programmers and it is present in seven billion devices in the world. Almost nothing. So, if you want to learn how to program, Java is an option that can not be missing among your abilities. Inquiring about applications and … Read more →

Things you need to know before you hire a Java Developer

These days programming languages have got a great scope and demand in the market. No doubt those concepts like C, C++, Java, and HTML are the leading one in the town and if you are planning to start up with the business, you need to make sure that you have developer holding a good knowledge … Read more →

Top 6 Best Online Java Compilers

Today, the world is moving to the cloud. Every application that used to be done in desktop has some online version. Many have almost replaced the desktop variants, and others are being replaced. Jeff Atwood, Cofounder of Stack Overflow, quoted “Any application that can be written in JavaScript, will eventually be written in JavaScript.” One … Read more →

The Forever programming languages

There are about ten thousand different programming languages that a developer can choose from. Of course, some languages are much more useful than others and there is no shortage of new languages being added to that list. Despite the huge list of available programming languages, few tend to stand out unaffected by time and place. … Read more →

4 Best Free Online Java Compilers and Runners

Learning coding and programming languages becomes very popular nowadays. People love to learn programming. Apart from schools & colleges, students approaches to academies specially to learn coding. Anyway, it is quite obvious and definite that for executing your codes, you need to use compilers software but if you don’t want to install such software on … Read more →

How to Easily Uninstall Java 7 on a Mac

Java 7 has caused countless headaches for Mac users around the world. The security vulnerabilities in Java 7 mean that some machines have been compromised by hackers who were able to break through the walls of security. In addition to the security problems, some Mac users running Java 7 have been plagued by bugs. These … Read more →

10 Tips for Working with a Mobile App Developer Freelancer

I’ve recently decided to get into the mobile apps industry. I had great ideas but little experience in code and app development, which meant I had to find another solution for executing my plan of launching an app. Through the process of looking for a developer, characterizing the app in a proper way, handling ongoing … Read more →

Oracle News

Oracle has moved on since the news ‘Charles Phillips Resigns as President of Oracle’. The company is taking advantage of its three recent acquisitions building a better platform for businesses to grab the attention of their customers through social media. The new [tp lang=”en” only=”y”]SRM software[/tp][tp not_in=”en”]SRM software[/tp] from the company allows businesses to track their customers … Read more →

Can you develop Sat-Nav to include even more information?

Satellite Navigational technology is consistently developing and some of the world’s leading Java Development teams are working to develop a sat-nav system that provides the best assistance to people on the move that they could possibly need.  Java developers in some of the very best Java Job positions have already explored how sat-nav can help … Read more →

BlackBerry API Gears Up For Mobile Shopping

With the imminent arrival of the new Motorola ES400, RIM is already adding EDA-like capabilities to its Blackberry phones. When the BlackBerry 6 mobile operating system was released with the BlackBerry Torch 9800, it already supported an API for barcode scanning, one of the main features of a typical EDA. An API or Application Programming … Read more →

Official: iPhone OS 4 With Multitasking Coming Summer 2010

In an event today, Apple has at its headquarters in Cupertino announced features of the new iPhone OS 4, to be released during Summer 2010 (comes to the iPad during Fall). Steve Jobs took the stage to tell how Apple has won the J.D. Power award three times in a row, for highest customer satisfaction. … Read more →

10 Unknown Tech Heroes That You Would Not Have Been Without

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You know the names Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and other celebrities in the IT industry. None of these IT-celebrities would be making a name if it were not for a bunch of rather unknown tech heroes who made the really big discoveries.

Swedish PC World has compiled a list of the ten largest technology heroes in the IT industry. How many have you heard of before?

  1. Marty Cooper
    As an employee at Motorola, Marty Cooper in 1973 filed a patent application for a radio telephone system. He was also the first person who ever made a telephone call to a mobile phone. Cooper said that he got the inspiration for the invention from Star Trek… how cool is that!
  2. Mike Lazaridis
    Mike Lazaridis moved to Canada from Turkey when he was five years old. When he was 12 years old, he won a prize for having read all the books in science in their local library. In 1984 he jumped to his studies and started the company “Research in Motion” (RIM), which later developed the mobile phone Blackberry.
  3. Tony Fadell
    Fadell had an idea and tried to sell it in different places, eventually he became employed at Apple. In 2001 Apple launched its first iPod, which quickly became a success worldwide. Fadells name is mentioned often when Apple prefers to keep the spotlight on another person within the company. Fadell was promoted to Senior Vice President of Apple’s iPod division in 2006 but stepped down in 2008 to work as an adviser for Steve Jobs.

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