Java: Hello Galaxy!

Today we’ll be looking at a classic program written universally in almost every language. You might be familiar with the classic “Hello World!” program, but in this section, we’ll print out “Hello Galaxy!” instead to keep things entertaining. This is a common program to write when learning a new language, I use this program to …

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Object-Oriented Programming: Inheritance

Inheritance is a pillar of Object-Oriented programming that aims to re-use code written within an application. Inheritance assists in following the DRY principle (Don’t-Repeat-Yourself). Inheritance allows classes to inherit from a parent class. If we discuss this in the context of humans, children can inherit traits from their biological parents such as their eyes, ears, …

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DevOps: The Glue to Software.

Most of the occupations I’ve worked in have a concrete definition in terms of what the title entails. For example, a back-end engineer would work primarily on the server-side, which consists of programming languages such as C#, Java, and PHP and frameworks that would probably correlate such as .NET Core, Spring, and Laravel. A front-end …

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