Vijitha Kumara

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Thank you Barry Burd for providing useful thoughts on this interesting area and congrats to all the winners
5 months ago
Hi Barry,

What's your thoughts on the Quantum computing in AI? Not sure it's already being used, Will LLM etc... be beneficial with Quantum computing?  


How easy/feasible is it to translate exiting/future complex algorithms in to quantum algorithms ?
5 months ago
Welcome to the CodeRanch Barry!
5 months ago

kevin Abel wrote:Vijitha,

Will the Eclipse plugins work with Intellij?

Thanks,

Kevin



No it won't work. You have to try with Eclipse.
7 months ago
You could try Eclipse IDE(with the plugin(s)), that can do the same.
7 months ago

Shraddha Ghawalkar wrote:I have followed almost all the steps I have seen on online comments but, my problem is not resolved yet. please help me with that. I am not able to create a dynamic web project on eclipse IDE. I need to add mysql connector externally as well.



Maybe you could elaborate what error(s) you are seeing and/or other issues ?

And Welcome to the CodeRanch!
Welcome Sean Kane & Karl Matthias!
9 months ago

Stefan Jankovic wrote:Hey,

I have rather strange question. I did little programming on Java EE using Eclipse for Enterprise Java and Web developers. After some time, I downloaded another Eclipse for Java Developers...



Java EE version includes Java EE/Web specific features to IDE, So you could just have that...
3 years ago
Hello Jules,

Welcome to CodeRanch!

I believe you have done some programming before/during your courses?

In the beginning just try to go through the samples given by the framework and try to work on them. They should normally work by just following the steps with not much of an effort. Only when you need to work on more real/advanced cases you may have to research further. But if you have a general programming experience then it should be easy to adapt.

But if you have not used any framework before then i think the best way is to just follow the steps in the guides/documentation of the framework. Then you can look in to other areas like using maven for example separately so you have more understanding about some of the core concepts which will help you to use the framework effectively. As for the framework try to use a lightweight framework (search for lightweight Java framework you will find many, depend on your preference you can pick either web framework or something else), then study and work on samples (most of the those frameworks have good documentation).

Also try to understand the type of work you are going to do with this, so you will know what areas to focus on early then trying to understand the entire framework first.
T h e . C o d e R a n c h . J o u r n a l - O c t o b e r . 2 0 1 9 . E d i t i o n

Howdy from all the CodeRanch staff, and welcome to the October edition of the CodeRanch Journal.


I n t e r e s t i n g . C o d e R a n c h . F o r u m . P o s t s


* What are the changes to "switch" statements in Java 13?

*  A fellow rancher learns how to construct/use lambdas

* Ranchers discuss about pros/cons of REST APIs with Java and Node.js

* How to get some help for a project?, a rancher is being helped on various aspects of development

B l o g . E n t r i e s . F r o m . S t a f f


* Jeanne blogs on why it is hard to publish a book with zero errata

* Sanaulla blogs about “Text Blocks” in JDK13

* Jeanne blogs some more techniques for making agile games remote friendly


B o o k . P r o m o t i o n s



There's a book (or software) promotion just about every week at CodeRanch. Just ask a question in the appropriate forum and you're eligible to win a copy of the book (or license).
Check the book promotions schedule.

Some upcoming promotions are:

* Emmy in the Key of Code - Aimee Lucido

* OCP Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 11 Programmer I Study Guide: Exam 1Z0-815 - Jeanne Boyarsky & Scott Selikoff

And a big Congratulations to our past Winners


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We have several forums dedicated to talk about books. You can read some interesting reviews and recommendations from the CodeRanch staff in our Book Reviews forum.


Please check out the latest reviews (also available on our book review grid: Book-Review-Grid)


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    Vijitha Kumara has been a member of CodeRanch since 2008 and a Moderator since 2011.

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    4 years ago
    That's great, Congrats Jeanne!    
    4 years ago
    Yo may have to provide how you have defined your mappings and your struts configs etc... relevant to this?
    5 years ago
    It's actually the reference type, when you do it in a separate line you still assigning it to the same "Base" type (so line #15 has no effect to line #14 technically). So you can refer whatever available in "Base" type.
    5 years ago
    T h e . C o d e R a n c h . J o u r n a l - F e b r u a r y . 2 0 1 9 . E d i t i o n

    Howdy from all the CodeRanch staff, and welcome to the February edition of the CodeRanch Journal.

    A big congratulations to our newest bartenders Mike London, Claude Moore & Peter Rooke

    I n t e r e s t i n g . C o d e R a n c h . F o r u m . P o s t s


    * How a fellow rancher learns to work with arrays and objects

    * An example of how the members of the Ranch help a novice programmer towards solving a task by providing just the right advices

    * A discussion with an explanation about the differences between a Lambda and method reference in Java 8.


    B l o g . E n t r i e s . F r o m . S t a f f



    * Jeanne blogs about Why not to say “it’s easy”

    * Tim blogs on how to create a custom CentOS dvd


    B o o k . P r o m o t i o n s



    There's a book (or software) promotion just about every week at CodeRanch. Just ask a question in the appropriate forum and you're eligible to win a copy of the book (or license).
    Check the book promotions schedule.

    Some upcoming promotions are:

    * Core Java, Volume II--Advanced Feature - Cay Horstmann

    * Python Continuous Integration and Delivery - Moritz Lenz

    * Head First Go - Jay McGavren

    And a big Congratulations to our past Winners


    B o o k s . A n d . R e v i e w s


    We have several forums dedicated to talk about books. Here are some interesting reviews and recommendations from the CodeRanch staff in our Book Reviews forum.

    *  Java in a Nutshell by Ben Evans and David Flanagan - Jeanne Boyarsky

    * Python Continuous Integration and Delivery by Moritz Lenz - Jeanne Boyarsky

    Please check out the latest reviews (also available on our book review grid: Book-Review-Grid)


    T h e . M o o s e . o n . S o c i a l


    The CodeRanch announces latest news/developments frequently on our social media outlets. You can find us at:

  • Twitter - https://twitter.com/coderanch
  • Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/coderanch

  • Follow / Like us so you don't miss a thing.


    A b o u t . T h e . E d i t o r



    Vijitha Kumara has been a member of CodeRanch since 2008 and a Moderator since 2011.

    S u g g e s t i o n s / F e e d b a c k


    If you have any feedback on this month's journal then feel free to create a topic in our Ranch-Office

    J o u r n a l . A r c h i v e


    Our previously published journals are available online at Java-Ranch-Journal
    5 years ago
    T h e . C o d e R a n c h . J o u r n a l - F e b r u a r y . 2 0 1 9 . E d i t i o n

    Howdy from all the CodeRanch staff, and welcome to the February edition of the CodeRanch Journal.

    A big congratulations to our newest bartenders Mike London, Claude Moore & Peter Rooke

    I n t e r e s t i n g . C o d e R a n c h . F o r u m . P o s t s


    * How a fellow rancher learns to work with arrays and objects

    * An example of how the members of the Ranch help a novice programmer towards solving a task by providing just the right advices

    * A discussion with an explanation about the differences between a Lambda and method reference in Java 8.


    B l o g . E n t r i e s . F r o m . S t a f f



    * Jeanne blogs about Why not to say “it’s easy”

    * Tim blogs on how to create a custom CentOS dvd


    B o o k . P r o m o t i o n s



    There's a book (or software) promotion just about every week at CodeRanch. Just ask a question in the appropriate forum and you're eligible to win a copy of the book (or license).
    Check the book promotions schedule.

    Some upcoming promotions are:

    * Core Java, Volume II--Advanced Feature - Cay Horstmann

    * Python Continuous Integration and Delivery - Moritz Lenz

    * Head First Go - Jay McGavren

    And a big Congratulations to our past Winners


    B o o k s . A n d . R e v i e w s


    We have several forums dedicated to talk about books. Here are some interesting reviews and recommendations from the CodeRanch staff in our Book Reviews forum.

    *  Java in a Nutshell by Ben Evans and David Flanagan - Jeanne Boyarsky

    * Python Continuous Integration and Delivery by Moritz Lenz - Jeanne Boyarsky

    Please check out the latest reviews (also available on our book review grid: Book-Review-Grid)


    T h e . M o o s e . o n . S o c i a l


    The CodeRanch announces latest news/developments frequently on our social media outlets. You can find us at:

  • Twitter - https://twitter.com/coderanch
  • Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/coderanch

  • Follow / Like us so you don't miss a thing.


    A b o u t . T h e . E d i t o r



    Vijitha Kumara has been a member of CodeRanch since 2008 and a Moderator since 2011.

    S u g g e s t i o n s / F e e d b a c k


    If you have any feedback on this month's journal then feel free to create a topic in our Ranch-Office

    J o u r n a l . A r c h i v e


    Our previously published journals are available online at Java-Ranch-Journal
    5 years ago