Microservice architecture (MSA) is a method of developing software applications by building them as collections of independent and modular services. Microservices can be deployed to create a more flexible digital architecture. Smaller teams can work separately on these microservices and share them with other application developers via APIs for reuse…

A no-nonsense, fast-paced Java interview preparation guide for humans

Part 1: Introduction

This series is targeted for people who have a Java Technical interview scheduled in the next few hours and want to quickly refresh on some of the fundamental concepts on the cloud, database SQL, Java, microservices etc..

Table of Content

  1. Introduction
  2. Data Structures
  3. Algorithms
  4. Database SQL
  5. Core Java
  6. Spring Framework
  7. Microservices
  8. CI/CD

Disclaimer: Please note, this series will not provide an in-depth explanation of each and every concept and care has been taken to use as few words as possible. A primary aim here is to provide a quick revision(reference cards) of the concepts that might come up during interviews

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Data Structures

Ravikiran Butti

Certified cloud architect having nine (9) plus years of experience with proven expertise in formulating architectural solutions for an enterprise

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