M Khalid

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Campbell Ritchie wrote:As mentioned elsewhere in this forum, grok means to understand so well that the application comes naturally without any effort.



Cover picture?
3 months ago
Hey,

The preview on Manning and the TOC looks good regarding covered knowledge and content.
Most of the questions are already asked by others and I understand the answers to them.
Just curious and fascinated by the cover of the book. What does it really say? Any insights?  

Thanks and All the Best for the book.
3 months ago
Hey authors, Welcome and Congratulations on your new book!
Question: Do we cover service-dependent tradeoffs in the book?
These days since most of all the software and applications are relying on cloud technology or a piece of dependency that involves cloud service so does that implicate tradeoffs or mistakes that we are making during the software dev cycle?

Thanks!
Hey John and Mike,

Welcome to CodeRanch! and Congratulations on your book.

I just have a few questions, aside from 70 recipes do we have additional practice problems mentioned in the book for the readers?
Also, do we cover all the essential/most commonly used services or special services too like Athena, Aurora, Keyspace, Macie, and Timestream?

Thanks! Have a good one!
4 months ago
Hello, Thanks for your new book.
I would just like to know your thoughts on your choice for Quarkus as change tolerant system/CI as you mentioned in the TOC?

There are mature frameworks like Helidion/Vert.x/SpringBoot/Micronaut
Why Quarkus? Which is new and still improving?

Is it because of native support for K8s?
Congratulations on the new book!
Congratulations!
Question: What inspired you to write a book on Data Structures. Was there a specific topic or reason you were inspired to write this book?

Thanks
1 year ago
First of all Congratulations for writing the book, for the most asked/discussed topic in the current CICD world for Kubernetes.

I would like to just know what inspired you to write a complete book around this particular question.

Thanks again! All the best!
Congratulations Brian on authoring this Latest book.

Question: What do you think about the overhead that is needed to manage Asynchronous Event while using Microservices is a good trade off?
For example while managing a data (huge data) that we want to send async to different consumers.
                  OR managing communication between different components so that we don't miss out something (inconsistency)

Thanks in advance!
Congratulations Marten and luliana!
1 year ago
Hello Authors,

Congratulations!

Question: What was on your mind when you wrote topics on Reactive Programming for this book? What should be an important take away for the readers?


All the Best!
1 year ago
Hello Adam,

Congratulations!

Question:

What's the important factor that you thought or considered while you were writing topics around Web services/Rest microservices for this book?

What's the take away on these topics for the readers?

All the Best!


1 year ago

Rafael del Nero wrote:

M Khalid wrote:My question is, that the book is targeted for specific type of audience and specific experience.
Will it be helpful for beginners or experienced professionals?

Since the topic also contains small examples, project  and coding environment.

Can it help in Java System Design for Experienced programmers?

Thanks and Congratulations for the book launch.



Hi M Khalid, thanks for your question! The Java Challengers book covers the basics of Java and as the chapters are advancing the Java code challenges become more difficult.

To answer your question, this book is more easily consumed by intermediate or senior developers but can be also consumed by a beginner who is thirsty for Java knowledge.

Definitely, the Java Challengers book can help experienced developers to design their code better because you will absorb the essence of Java in a deeper level when you solve the Java Challenges.

Thanks for your compliments and let me know if my answer is clear enough. Cheers!



Perfect!. Yes, it does answer my question. It sounds interesting and some level of challenges for senior developer's; Looking forward to read it and get my hands dirty with the code challenges. Thanks
1 year ago
My question is, that the book is targeted for specific type of audience and specific experience.
Will it be helpful for beginners or experienced professionals?

Since the topic also contains small examples, project  and coding environment.

Can it help in Java System Design for Experienced programmers?

Thanks and Congratulations for the book launch.
1 year ago
Hello Adam,

What inspired you to right about RxJava and Akka Streams?

Thank you!

All the best!
3 years ago