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Ravi Saluru

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Wow, very eager to read the book. In todays world, data is always growing and the system tend to become slow and outdated as the data grows. My question is that, do you talk about as to how to architect your application depending upon the scale of the data and how deep is the relationship between the tables?
Hi Samer,

Do you talk about why we should use GraphQL, like is there an opportunity to learn about the comparisons, etc? I want to understand from the architectural standpoint?

Thank you,
Ravi
8 months ago
Hi Samer,

Would you book talk about the frameworks or ORM we could configure and how we could make the data fetching more performant?

Thank you,
Ravi
8 months ago
Hi Samer,

Are the contents in the book going to be language-agnostic? Like the concepts be applicable to Java, Node, Go, etc.?

Thank you,
Ravi
8 months ago
Hi Iuliana,

I have gone through the index of the book. So many exciting chapters.

I have a plan in place to complete my spring certification this year, and this book couldn't have been more perfect for my certification.

Would you also provide sample certification tests for practice like what we get from Oracle for the certification exams? Would this book help us to understand if we are ready for the test after completing the book as these tests are quite expensive, to begin with

-Thank You!
Hi Iuliana,

I have gone through the index of the book. So many exciting chapters.

I have a plan in place to complete my spring certification this year, and this book couldn't have been more perfect for my certification.

My question, are the topics deep enough? In the sense what could be the level, we could introspect ourselves to be at after completion of the book? Like an intermediate level or just above beginner. Is this like a 10000 ft view of the knowledge we should know for the certification?

-Thank You!
Hi Iuliana,

I have gone through the index of the book. So many exciting chapters.

I have a plan in place to complete my spring certification this year, and this book couldn't have been more perfect for my certification.

My question, there are so many topics in this book, where I am coming from is like we can find books on those sub-topics as they are quite huge in themselves, would this book be enough to prepare for the exam or should we explore those topics in-depth while we drive initial thoughts from the book?

Hope my question is not confusing

-Thank You!

Welcome to the ranch! Congratulations on your new book!

Network programming server side, would you be talking about client patterns for creating rest calls or patterns for clients for information exchange between modules in monolithic architecture.

Thank you so much for providing the platform to ask question 😁
1 year ago
Welcome to the ranch! Congratulations on your new book!

I have a few questions:

1. Packaging - is it going to be based on packaging for container ready, getting rid of fat jars, or ways to have your dependencies included?

2. Network programming server side, would you be talking about client patterns for creating rest calls or patterns for clients for information exchange between modules in monolithic architecture.

Thank you so much for providing the platform to ask question
1 year ago
Hello,

For what level of audience is this book targeted for? 

Can it be for beginner to advanced?

Thanks,
Ravi
3 years ago
Hello,

Thank you for the opportunity and platform to ask questions on the book.

1. Regular expressions depend sometimes on the language where it is being used - would you be covering specific to any language?

2. For what level of audience is this book targeted for?

It's really amazing to have a book on regular expressions, I have always been weak at regular expressions. I  really excited to get an opportunity to read the book.

Thanks,
Ravi
3 years ago
Welcome, good to have you here!
3 years ago
Hello,

I love your books, I have read Java 6 and many other books authored by you like JSP Servlets, Head First Java. Looking forward to read this book and crack my Java 8 Certification exam.

This is like a goto book for me.

  • Questions

  • Would this book just cover only the topics asked in the exam?
    Would you cover all the topics available in Java 8 - like a quick reference guide for the Java 8 changes or topics?
    Would you cover the topics in the beginner perspective or advanced too?

    I am just very excited for your book, so just in time great book for my exam.

    -Thanks and welcome
    Welcome Kathy, Bert and Elisabeth.

    I am preparing for my Java 8 certifications, your books are the goto books. Would love to read your book for this one. Love your books.