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06a. ⏯ Getting started with GitHub, EGit & Eclipse video tutorial

Correction: Where it says “maven” in the audio, should be corrected to “subversion“. Related Links 1. Getting started with GitHub, EGit & Eclipse for Maven based Java projects. 2. … Read more ›...



06b. ⏯ GitHub pull request with EGit video tutorial

Related Links 1. Getting started with GitHub, EGit & Eclipse for Maven based Java projects. 2. 8 Git Source control system interview questions & answers. … Read more ›...



07. ⏯ Spring DI with Maven beginner video tutorial

Related Links 1. Spring DIP, DI & IoC in detail interview Q&As. … Read more ›...



08. Getting started with Apache Tomcat application server by deploying a simple JEE Application

This assumes that you have set up Java, Maven, and Eclipse.

To run JEE based web apps, you need an  application server that contains a web container. There are a number of application servers like Apache Tomcat, JBoss, GlassFish, etc. This tutorial will use Apache Tomcat.

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08a. ⏯ Java Web App with Tomcat & Maven beginner video tutorial

Related Links 1. Getting started with Apache Tomcat application server by deploying a simple JEE Application. … Read more ›...



08b. ⏯ Running Tomcat inside Eclipse beginner video tutorial

Related Links 1. Java Web App with Tomcat & Maven beginner video tutorial. 2. Getting started with Apache Tomcat application server by deploying a simple JEE Application. … Read more ›...



09. SonarQube with Maven Tutorial – Code Quality for Java developers

Industry strength code needs to statically & dynamically capture code quality. Also, more and more organizations are using “production quality” home assignments to shortlist candidates for job interviews. So, it really pays to set up code quality tools like SonarQube on your home development environment to get feedback on your code quality with the view to learm &

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09a: ⏯ JUnit with Mockito step by step video tutorial

Related Links 1. JUnit with Mockito step by step. … Read more ›...



10: Getting started with MySQL database beginner tutorial

All Java developers not only must know “SQL”, but also a database is required for “JDBC tutorials”, “Hibernate Tutorials”, and so on. Any decent Java application will require a database. So, your self-taught Java projects must perform CRUD (i.e. Create Read, Update and Delete) operations on the database.

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