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How to Read and Write from RandomAccessFile in Java
A FileInputStream lets you read data from a file whereas a FileOutputStream lets you write data to a file. A random access file is a combination of both. Using a random access file, you can read from a file as well as write to the file . Reading and writing...
A FileInputStream lets you read data from a file whereas a FileOutputStream lets you write data to a file. A random access file is a combination of both. Using a random access file, you can read from a file as well as write t...
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Are you looking for your Co-Founder??
Join Startups & Co Founders event on 20th August! 
Event page: http://bit.ly/CoFound
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Life cycle of a Thread in #java
http://bit.ly/lifecycleofthred 
Life cycle of a thread or thread life cycle in java explains the five states new, runnable, running, blocked and dead.
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Startups in London want to accelerate at the speed of Bluemix?  ‪#‎CDCampLondon‬
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhMYM4DdNzU
JOIN HERE:  http://bit.ly/cloudtmc
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Pardeep Kumar

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String pool concept in Java
You can create objects of the class String by using the new operator, by using the assignment operator ( = ), or by enclosing a value within double quotes ( " ). But you may have noticed a big difference in how these objects are created, stored, and referred by Java.

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String pooling (sometimes also called as string canonicalisation) is a process of replacing several String objects with equal value but different identity with a single shared String object. This is the most basic and predomi...
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Pardeep Kumar

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Semaphore in Java with two explained examples
When a thread wants to access one of these shared resources, first, it must acquire the semaphore. If the internal counter of the semaphore is greater than 0, the semaphore decrements the counter and allows access to the shared resource. A counter bigger than 0 means there are free resources that can be used, so the thread can access and use one of them.
Otherwise, if the counter of the semaphore is 0, the semaphore puts the thread to sleep until the counter is greater than 0. A value of 0 in the counter means all the shared resources are used by other threads, so the thread that wants to use one of them must wait until one is free.
When the thread has finished the use of the shared resource, it must release the semaphore so that the other thread can access the shared resource. That operation increases the internal counter of the semaphore.
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In this post we'll see one of the synchronizers that is used in  java.util.concurrent library i.e, Semaphore. We'll see a simplest and easiest way to use Semaphore so that it is easy to remember and understand easily. What ...
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Vadi Raj

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Dear All - I am hiring Scala Developer for Accenture Newcastle Upon Tyne , Please contact me at vadiraj.galagali@accenture.com or give me call at 07831647278
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Vadi Raj

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Dear All hiring Java Developers for Accenture  Manchester and Newcastle upon Tyne  people who required visa sponsorship also most welcome, Please contact me at vadiraj.galagali@accenture.com or give me call on 07831647278 
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Allen Peter

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An introduction to Python Programming language - A completre Guide
bit.ly/pythonL
Python Introduction: Python is a high level language. It is object oriented, interpreted, dynamic, multipurpose language. Although it is very simple to learn but it is very powerful and versatile scripting language. Its approach to object-oriented programming is simple but very effective.
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In addition to my previous post about the upcoming TECHSTARTUP JOB FAIR in London, happening on Feb 19th, I wanted to share this exciting news- 900+ attendees have signed up so far! 
Here you can check the amazing talent that have joined so far: http://bit.ly/1B5LL0U

Hurry up & book your slot!
If you are a Startup & you're hiring, hurry up & book your exhibition slot- Have a look at all the benefits here: https://techstartupjobs-fair-london2015.eventbrite.co.uk


Feel free to get in touch with me if you have any questions, or need more info.
Thanks!
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Pardeep Kumar

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String pool concept in Java
String pooling (sometimes also called as string canonicalisation) is a process of replacing several String objects with equal value but different identity with a single shared String object. This is the most basic and predominant concept that every Java dev...
String pooling (sometimes also called as string canonicalisation) is a process of replacing several String objects with equal value but different identity with a single shared String object. This is the most basic and predomi...
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Pardeep Kumar

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How to create thread in Java 8
In this article, we'll see a new way to create thread in Java 8 and also revise the basic two ways to create thread with the help of lambda expression. Main focus of the topic is method reference and how to use thread with lambda expression. If you want to ...
In this article, we'll see a new way to create thread in Java 8 and also revise the basic two ways to create thread with the help of lambda expression. Main focus of the topic is method reference and how to use thread with la...
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The Long expected LONDON FINTECH STARTUPS event is finally happening on 24th September! 
Event page: http://bit.ly/TMUFintech

If you’re a Startup, Entrepreneur, Developer, a Wantrepreneur or just want to observe come on over and get involved in the Startup movement. 
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Shlomi Wagner

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Hi Java enthusiasts! Join our meetup next Tuesday in London: https://jaxlondon.com/meetup-jax-london-warmup/
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Pardeep Kumar

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newFixedThreadPool, Callable and Future example in Java
In this article, we will learn how to implement tasks that return a result and run them on an executor using Callable and Future interfaces with the help Executor framework. This post is continuation of previous post where we learned about cached Thread poo...


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In this article, we will learn how to implement tasks that return a result and run them on an executor using Callable and Future interfaces with the help Executor framework. This post is continuation of previous post where we...
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Pardeep Kumar

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Producer Consumer problem in Java using wait and notify
A classic problem in concurrent programming is the producer-consumer problem. We have a data buffer, one or more producers of data that save it in the buffer and one or more consumers of data that take it from the buffer.
As the buffer is a shared data structure, we have to control the access to it using a synchronization mechanism such as the synchronized keyword, but we have more limitations. A producer can't save data in the buffer if it's full and the consumer can't take data from the buffer if it's empty
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Pardeep Kumar

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Cloning Objects in Java
In Java, objects are manipulated through reference variables, and there is no operator for copying an object—the assignment operator duplicates the reference, not the object. The clone() method provides this missing functionality. In this article, we look i...
In Java, objects are manipulated through reference variables, and there is no operator for copying an object—the assignment operator duplicates the reference, not the object. The clone() method provides this missing functiona...
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If you're a ‪#‎startup‬ join us at the next Tech Startup ‪#‎jobfair‬ ‪#‎tsjfair‬ in your city http://bit.ly/1z7QngA
LONDON: https://techstartupjobs-fair-london2015.eventbrite.co.uk
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Are you a #Startup & hiring? Join us in #NYC #London #Barcelona #Amsterdam #Berlin for the Biggest TechStartupJobs Fair
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ATTENTION ALL JOB SEEKERS & EMPLOYERS:
The biggest TECHSTARTUP JOB FAIR is coming in London, again, on Feb 19th.

If you are looking for a job, you should definitely check out this event, sign up for FREE and come to meet some of the hottest tech startups in London!

If you are a Startup & you're hiring, hurry up & book your exhibition slot- Have a look at all the benefits here: https://techstartupjobs-fair-london2015.eventbrite.co.uk
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