Daily notes about things I've learned.
Today I learned how to use ListIterators to iterate through collections.
Today I learned how to use Iterators to iterate through collections.
Today I learned about Java Lists and how to use them.
Today we’re going to start looking at collections and why they’re useful.
Dealing with merge conflicts is stressful, but it doesn’t have to be!
Today we’ll take a look at the
static keyword and what it does to our fields and methods in our classes.
Today we’re going to talk a bit about enums.
When I started learning Java, enums were completely foreign to me. I had never run into anything like them before. Over the last few days I’ve played around with them to the point where I feel mostly comfortable using them and at least have a basic understanding of why they exist. So let’s take a look at what they have to offer.
So I thought I’d look into getting more color added to my blog. When I started moving over to the new theme months back, I remembered seeing some option for easy picture management on posts. Meaning that you could basically drop in header images for your posts and the theme would take care of the rest.
After some digging, I found that it’s pretty straight forward to getting working. If you want to add an image to your post, all you really need to do is add the following image info to the top of the post:
This post was inspired by something I ran into at work the other day, and felt like it would be a good thing to share. It was definitely something that was new to me.
My tasks at work lately have been requiring me to go back and get our code coverage up for each of our existing services. The particular service that I was trying to work on was constantly having issues running from within IntelliJ.
Today we’re going to talk about exceptions and why they are useful.
I remember back about a year ago when I first started to seriously work on some python projects. Before then I really hadn’t ever worried too much about handling errors. If there was a problem, it was something I did, and I would just need to fix it. But when I started working on things I wanted other people to be using, I needed to take a different approach.