Recently I encountered FreeCodeCamp.com and started learning.
You may think why? I am already a senior developer, maybe full-stack too so why is there a need to learn new things like JS?
Let me explain it while introducing this site.
Another co-authored article about new things you can find in Python 3.5. Naturally this is only an excerpt and the main asynchronous features are left out (for that I am planning a separate article).
You can find the article here: http://www.discoversdk.com/blog/whats-new-in-python-3.5
I was co-authoring an article in the summer. It is about 10 interesting Python 3 modules you should know about — some are included with the interpreter, some you need to install from PyPI.
You can find the article here: http://www.discoversdk.com/blog/10-interesting-python-modules-to-learn-in-2016
As I introduced my favorite projects for programming language learning, it came across my mind to make some more complicated applications too where database usage could be a key element. That is because nowadays most applications need a database behind them to store data — or just collect data from a database filled by another application.
In this article I’ll introduce some projects where databases should be used.
As mentioned in the previous article I’m going to write some words about dependency injection — with Spring. As stated before there exist a lot of good books and articles about DI and I will only tell my opinion of the usage of DI. And I’ll focus on DI with Spring. Eventually I’ll take a look at JSR-330.