This entry is based on Python3.11 documentation and lists Python syntax less familiar to a Java developer. It only covers up to chapter 4 (https://docs.python.org/3/tutorial/controlflow.html).
Unit testing with Mono and Flux in Reactor Java is straightforward and involves the use of the StepVerifier class. The StepVerifier is a testing utility that can be used to verify the behavior of reactive streams.
You may at times find that you need to revert a commit and need to find the commit hash. This entry explains the steps.
This entry explains what a Git Commit Hash is and how to find it.
To make learning Java interesting, this is the proposed lesson plan Desktop Development Set up Git Set up Java on your development machine Install GreenFoot Install Visual Studio Code API Dev Set up Maven or Gradle Create a Spring Boot app Create API Set up Auth (using https://auth0.com free plan, up to 7000 active users) … Read more
The control freak project demonstrates how to use several control blocks for a simple action, such as moving steps. But the same instruction can be extended to perform other actions, such as rotating, jumping, or making a sound. To view how to use these blocks, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evk0-u8eQic
To update eclipse software on Linux behind proxy is a bit tricky but doable and here is how: 1) Find the proxy server’s host name and your account’s authentication info 2) Open the network connection by “Windows”->”Preferences”-> “General”->”Network Connection”, select “manual” and enter the proxy information. Below is a screenshot of my setup:
I’ve read about Node.js and finally had a chance to test it out. After 30 minutes, I found it easy to use and very powerful, and would definitely explore some more in the future. This blog documents my short experiment with Node.js