Author: Nancy Jain

Scala : Proxy Design Pattern

Hi Everyone! In our previous blogs, we have discussed Decorator design pattern and Adapter design pattern. Now, its time to discuss another Structural design pattern i.e. the Proxy design pattern. We will implement the same EUGDPR problem using the Proxy design pattern, which we implemented using the Adapter design pattern in our previous blog. Problem Statement: Earlier, in many applications, all the user-specific details like Continue Reading

Adapter design pattern with Scala

Hi Readers! In our last blog, we have discussed the Decorator design pattern with Scala. In this blog, we will explore the Adapter design pattern. We will also implement this pattern in Scala. Earlier, in many applications, all the user-specific details like username, IP addresses, phone number, etc were logged directly without scrambling it. But after new data protection law i.e. EUGDPR, it is now Continue Reading

DynamoDB Core Components

Amazon DynamoDB: Core Components

  DynamoDB is a part of Amazon Web Services. It is a NoSQL database, which supports key-value and document data structures. In this blog, we will be discussing Core components of DynamoDb. Features of DynamoDb: It is a fully managed NoSQL database. It can store & retrieve any amount of data, and can serve any amount of traffic. To maintain fast performance, it distributes data Continue Reading

Decorator Design Pattern

Hi everyone! In this blog, we are going to discuss decorator design patterns with Scala. Let’s say I own a pizza outlet and we know that everyone has a very different taste and so there can be a various combination of toppings. If I have n number of toppings, so i will have to create p(n) = 2 * p(n-1) + 1 Subclasses. p(0) = Continue Reading

Exploring Java 10 using Docker

On March 20, 2018, Java 10 was released and everybody wants to explore Java 10 but not everyone wants to change their development environment. So in this blog, we will be discussing how can we use Java 10 using Docker.

Java 10: Let’s play with var

Oracle is finally up to a time-bound release of java and announced the general availability of Java 10 on March 20, 2018, as part of the new six-month release cycle. This release introduced twelve new enhancements defined by JEPS(JDK Enhancements Proposals). One of them is Local-Variable Type Inference (JEP 286). In this release, var is introduced, which allows the compiler to infer the type of Continue Reading

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