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  • Preemptive vs. Cooperative scheduling

    In an operation system, multitasking refers to the ability to execute multiple tasks concurrently; there are primarily two different types of multitasking: preemptive and cooperative. These methods are used by […]

  • Finding orders using Topological Sort

    Topological sort is a fundamental algorithm to order elements in a directed graph; in this context, elements are often denoted as nodes, and the edges between them represent dependencies. In […]

  • Exploring the Benefits of Game-Based Learning in Computer Science Education

    It would be fair to say that there is no reversing the impact and power of computers at this stage in history, and rather than fighting against the grain, more […]

  • Understanding two’s complement

    Have you ever wondered why, in Java and other languages, one byte can only represent to as the maximum value and why cannot we have . There is indeed a […]

  • Measuring the Success of DevOps Implementation: Metrics and Key Performance Indicators

    Introduction In the world of software development, you can’t improve what you can’t measure. This golden rule holds water especially in the constantly evolving DevOps landscape. A pioneer in this […]

  • Implementing the LRU cache

    A cache is a component that stores data temporarily so that further requests can be served faster. For example, the search engine might store the result from users’ queries in […]

  • 11 Reasons Why MacBook Is a Good Choice for Coding

    11 Reasons Why MacBook Is a Good Choice for Coding Apple’s MacBook has become an increasingly popular choice for coders and developers across the world.  It offers a range of […]

  • What is Java CLASSPATH?

    Classpath is a fundamental concept that has been oblivious to many of us, especially when working with modern IDEs like IntelliJ IDEA; we don’t have to worry much about classpaths […]

  • Things I’ve learned from Effective Java – Part 1

    In this series, I want to introduce one of the most-read books in Java programming: Effective Java. For the most part, this book focuses on the most fundamental classes and […]

  • Dependency Injection: The Basic

    To start the article, let’s first look at the code below: As we can see, class MonitoringService depends on class NotificationSender to function, and we’ve initialized class NotificationSender directly inside […]

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