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Getting Started With Eclipse

July 4, 2019

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Eclipse to write Java code.Part 1 – Start Eclipse and Explore the IDE Eclipse is a Java Integrated Development Environment (IDE). It is a GUI-driven and tool-assisted program that we can use to develop Java code in an effective and efficient manner. While developing Java code does not necessarily require an IDE (all the exercises in this lab guide could be achieved by using a

Spring Boot Training Available

May 19, 2016

The Spring framework has been a highly popular framework for Java applications.  So popular in fact, it is pretty much the defacto standard of Java application frameworks.  One of the issues many projects run into though is just getting started with a new Spring project with all of the different features and configuration that might be required of a Spring project. This is where the Spring Boot project ca

Java 8 Example – Lambdas

March 24, 2016

A few months ago I wrote about how our core Java courses are being updated to Java 8.  Now that the updates are a little further along we also have a course map that can show which Java 8 courses we have might be appropriate for you.  You can find that here: Java Course Map

Simple Algorithms for Effective Data Processing in Java

January 30, 2016

The needs of Big Data processing require specific tools which nowadays are, in many cases, represented by the Hadoop product ecosystem. When I speak to people who work with Hadoop, they say that their deployments are usually pretty modest: about 20 machines, give or take. It may account for the fact that most companies are still in the technology adoption phase evaluating this Big Data platform and with time the number of machines in their Hadoop clusters would probably grow into 3- or even 4-di

Java Courses Being Updated to Java 8

January 29, 2016

UPDATE – In order to provide clients a choice on which Java version they would like training on, we are releasing new course codes for Java 8.  Our current course codes will stay at Java 7 for those that need that version. At Web Age Solutions it is important for us to make sure we are offering training that is relevant and appropriate for you.  Even though Java SE 8 was released some time ago, clients have taken a while to start using it since most Java environments they ran appl

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