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03: ♦Q16 – Q17 Java Polymorphism vs Overriding vs Overloading

Polymorphism is the ability of a class instance to behave as if it were an instance of another class in its inheritance tree, most often one of its ancestor classes. Overriding is the means by which you achieve polymorphism. Java Polymorphism vs Overriding vs Overloading explained in detail to handle…...

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14: Java Thread stop, resume, suspend & interrupt interview Q&As

Q1. Why are Thread.stop, Thread.suspend and Thread.resume deprecated? A1. We already learnt that “In Java programming, each object has a lock. A thread can acquire the lock for an object by using the synchronized keyword.” “The JVM uses locks in conjunction with monitors. A monitor is basically a guardian who…...

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08: ♦ 7 basic Java Executor framework Interview Q&As with Future & CompletableFuture

Basic level Java Executor framework Interview Q&As with Future & CompletableFuture (introduced in Java 8), which you would be using very often in Java apps. Q01. What is an Executor Framework? A01.In Java 5, Executor framework was introduced with the java.util.concurrent.Executor interface. This is a framework for 1) facilitating thread-pools.…...

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02: ♥♦ What is wrong with this code? Heap Vs Stack, Thread safety & Synchronized

This post covers must know Java Multithreading basics – Heap Vs Stack, Thread-safety & Synchronization. When you have a multithreaded Java application, you need to code in a thread-safe manner. Java interviewers may ask you to detect thread-safety issues as discussed in “What is wrong with this code?“. 1.What is

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05: ♥ 7 Java FP (lambda expressions) real life examples in wrangling normal & big data

This post extends Transforming your thinking from OOP to FP. In Big-data, functional programming is prevalent when working with data sets. For example, writing a Spark job to work with RDDs (Resilient Distributed Data sets). In Imperative (E.g. OOP, procedural programming, etc) programming you can say

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07: Reactive Programming or Reactor pattern (RP) in Java Interview Q&As

Q1. Explain “pull” vs “push” paradigms (aka imperative/interactive vs reactive) with respect to processing data in programming? A1. Interactive/imperative Programming (Pull): is all about asking for something and getting it in return. One common pattern in this world is the iterator pattern, which loops through and pull data out of…...

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02: jvisualvm to detect memory leak – a quick tutorial style Java demo

This is a companion post to 8 Java Memory Management Interview Q&A demonstrating a memory leak scenario step by step with jvisualvm, which is a free profiling tool that gets shipped with JDK. Step 1: Code that causes memory leak Here is a sample code that causes memory leak. It

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01: jvisualvm to sample Java heap memory

Java does not have a sizeof operator like C++ does. Java uses automatic memory management known as the Garbage Collection, hence it is not that important to evaluate size of various objects. But, for the purpose of learning & fixing any potential memory issues, I have used “jvisualvm”, which is

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