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Salil Wadnerkar

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Would you recommend this book to someone who is pressed for time, and want to quickly become proficient in Android?
1 month ago
I can understand the benefits of new projects being developed in Typescript. However, what could be compelling reasons to migrate existing large nodeJs projects to Typescript, as against working on features?
2 months ago
Are there fully working examples of the design patterns mentioned in the book on github/gitlab?
Normally, in any program, if it is not working, I would add some debug statements to understand why I am not getting the expected result. Since debug statements are not allowed in a pure function, how the expert Haskell programmers debug their programmers?
5 months ago
Are there any plans for improving readability of Scala generics? Many a times, it is a little difficult for me to understand method signatures in a standard library because of them.
6 months ago
We have a legacy application in Spring MVC. How one should go about converting this application to using Spring Webflux, gradually, without any downtime?
7 months ago
`EmbeddedId` talks about what is the composite key for this record. It is not going to add properties of `StudentIdentity` as properties of `Student`
11 months ago
The error is right in front of you:
```Unable to find properties (studentId, school) in entity annotated with @IdClass:com.kenmilota.promticket.entity.Student```
11 months ago
I am curious about whether the motivation behind the deep dive was your day-to-day work. Most algorithm books are written by computer scientists, devoid of attempts to solve practical problems, and they are a little boring to read :-)
11 months ago
I am poor at correlating real-world, on-the-job problems with the ones I learned in a textbook. Does this book take examples from the real world, and how to identify its correlation with the already seen theoretical problem?
11 months ago
It generates only one random number at the start. So, of course, it will stay the same throughout the life of the program.
11 months ago
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Your application classes are loaded by the application/system loader. Bootstrap is only to load core JRE classes, like, say, ArrayList.
11 months ago
You need to catch Ctrl+C using a signal handler, and then do the cleanup there, which should include shared library shutdown or any other cleanup recommended by the shared library developers.
11 months ago
Redesigning the application so that it's collection of reactive components, that is, functions is not an easy task. Think of converting your spring MVC app into multiple functions triggered by different API requests.
Also, it takes a few seconds to start a AWS lambda, called cold start time. So, your performance will suffer, if your function is not consistently getting triggered.
Yes, you can. Just that you need to have minimum number of servers for your application (at least 1), and that consumes resources, and costs money.
In case of serverless, nothing is provisioned, unless the triggering event arrives.
And you get charged per event and per unit of consumption time.