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Bhagvan Kommadi
Bhagvan Kommadi is the Founder of Architect Corner & has around 19 years’ experience in the industry, ranging from large scale enterprise development to helping incubate software product start-ups. He has done Masters in Industrial Systems Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology (1997) and Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (1993). He is member of IFX forum,Oracle JCP and participant in Java Community Process. He founded Quantica Computacao, the first quantum computing startup in India. Markets and Markets have positioned Quantica Computacao in ‘Emerging Companies’ section of Quantum Computing quadrants. Bhagvan has engineered and developed simulators and tools in the area of quantum technology using IBM Q, Microsoft Q# and Google QScript.

Treeset Class Java Example

1. Introduction In this article, we will take a look at the Treeset class in Java using examples. TreeSet implements the SortedSet interface in Java which persists in a Tree. The ordering of the elements in a TreeSet is based on natural ordering. 2. TreeSet Java Example TreeSet does not allow duplicate values. TreeSet persists the objects sorted in ascending ...

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C# vs Java: The Most Important Differences

In this post, we feature a comprehensive article about Java vs C# and their most important differences. Java and C# are the object-oriented programming languages. C# and Java are platform-independent languages. In this tutorial, we see the features of Java and C# to see the differences. 1. Overview We look at the comparison of Java vs C# languages in this ...

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Understanding WebLogic Web Service

1. Overview In this article, we will take a look at Weblogic Web Service examples. 2. WebLogic Web Service Using weblogic webservices framework, SOAP web services are built. SOAP is an acronym for Simple Object Access Protocol. SOAP is used for developing web services that are based on XML based industry-standard protocol. SOAP security is based on WS Security. SOAP web services ...

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SOAP Web Service Example in Java

1. Overview In this article, we will take a look at the SOAP Web Service examples. 2. SOAP Web Service Example Using Apache Axis, SOAP web services are built. SOAP is an acronym for Simple Object Access Protocol. SOAP is used for developing web services that are based on XML based industry-standard protocol. SOAP security is based on WS Security. SOAP web ...

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Introduction to Apache Wink

1. Overview In this article, we will take a look at the Apache Wink Web Service examples. Apache Wink 1.0 is a JAX-RS 1.0 compliant and it has features related to the coreJAX-RS specification. 2. Apache Wink Using Apache Wink, REST web services are built. REST is an acronym for “Representational State Transfer”. Roy Fielding was the first person to ...

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Apache CXF Web Service Example

In this article, we will implement an Apache CXF Web service example. Webservices can be developed using SOAP and REST. SOAP refers to Simple Object Access Protocol. REST stands for Representational State Transfer. 1. Overview Roy Fielding was the first person to come up with the REST architecture proposal. In REST, a Resource is a Uniform Resource Identifier or URI. The ...

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JSF Rendering and Templating Example

1. Overview In this article, we will take a look at the JSF Rendering and Templating examples. Java Server Faces framework is used for developing, building server-side UI Components. This framework is based on the Model View Controller (MVC) architectural pattern. This architectural pattern helps in separating the model, controller, and presentation. This helps the programmers to work together and ...

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Java Exercises

In this post, we feature an article with Java Exercises. In this tutorial, we will see the Java features in detail through code examples. 1. Overview We look at the features of Java in this article. Java is used for developing software and executing the code. The exercises help to demonstrate the java language concepts. Table Of Contents 1. Overview ...

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Java Pointers (References) Example

1. Overview In this article, we will take a look at the comparison of Java Pointers (References ) with C++ Pointers. Java has four types of references which are strong, weak, soft and phantom references. In C++, you can use references and pointers. 2. Java Pointers (References) 2.1 Prerequisites Java 8 is required on the Linux, windows or mac operating ...

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Java Packages – How to use them

 1. Introduction We look at java packages in this article. If you want to learn java, java packages topic will be a great start. We look at code samples to present how to use the java packages. 2. Java Packages Java packages help in avoiding naming collisions, access control, and separation of modules.They help in making usage of interfaces, annotations, ...

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