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02: 15 key considerations for low latency Java

Extends Writing low latency applications in Java interview Q&As. If the job description says “low latency” application, then be prepared. Even if “low latency” experience is not a requirement, all employers like candidates who can not only build systems that perform well, but also can stress test (e.g. … Read...

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1. Asynchronous processing in Java real life examples – part-1

The scenario based questions are very popular with the job interviewers, and some scenario based questions are related to decoupling and asynchronous (aka non-blocking) processing in Java with message queues/topics, database tables where one process inserts data and another process consumes the inserted data, and Future objects in Java multi-threading....

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2. Asynchronous processing in Java real life examples – part-2

Extends: 1. Asynchronous processing in Java real life examples – part-1. Example 3: Trade execution reports are received & processed asynchronously If you are working in an online trading application, you may want the functionality to queue trades and process them when the stock market opens. … Read more ›...

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Why low latency & Big Data are high income skills?

According to Dice’s 2017 Salary Survey (PDF), those tech professionals who specialise in data warehousing, analytics, Big Data, low latency, and machine learning got paid big bucks for the past several years.

More and more organisations are complimenting their data warehouse systems like Teradata with Big Data platforms like Cloudera,

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