This article introduces Teaclave Java and how to ensure Java application security.
This article discusses the most classic diet (Diet) problem in mathematical programming.
This article introduces the Coolbpf project’s new lightweight scripting programming feature: Lightweight Coolbpf (LWCB).
Part 1 of this 2-part series discusses the method of determining Redis slowdown.
Part 2 of this 2-part series explains how to improve Redis performance.
This article provides a detailed description of how Java annotation processors work and how they automatically generate code.
This article discusses code comments, including their importance, significance, and controversies.
This article introduces the principles and usage practices of thread pools and thread variables and gives best practices to help developers build stable and efficient Java application services.
Part 1 of this series introduces the theoretical basis and focuses on various high-end SQL operations.
Part 2 of this series focuses on various SQL syntaxes.
This article introduces the distribution of Rust's various data structures in memory from shallow to deep to help readers learn Rust easier.
This article explains which framework (AngularJS and React JS) is more powerful.
This article summarizes the simplified methods of more than ten kinds of test cases to promote Java unit tests and make it simpler when writing unit test cases.
This article summarizes a set of methods and principles to avoid writing invalid unit test cases through daily unit test practice.
This article explores the design and implementation of Java 8 Lambda from the source code level.
This article introduces cyclomatic complexity and discusses good/bad code smells.
The case study compares the code before and after refactoring from the perspectives of structural design, code readability, and robustness.
This article discusses different writing skills that can improve unit testing practices.
This article introduces virtual and explains how it works ad why it is necessary.
This article explains the relationship between AOP and IOC.