📁 Java


PMD (Programming Mistake Detector)

PMD (Programming Mistake Detector) What is PMD? PMD aka Programming Mistake Detector is Java Source Code Analyzer. It is used to clean erroneous code in our java projects based on predefined set of rules. PMD supports the ability to write custom rules. Issues reported by PMD may not be true errors always, but rather inefficient code, i.e. the application could still function properly even if they were not corrected. PMD […]


Advanced Java Class Tutorial: A Guide to Class Reloading

In Java development, a typical workflow involves restarting the server with every class change, and no one complains about it. That is a fact about Java development. We have worked like that since our first day with Java. But is Java class reloading that difficult to achieve? And could that problem be both challenging and exciting to solve for skilled Java developers? In this Java class tutorial, I will try to address […]


Short Notes on Java Collections Framework

Java Collections Framework Notes: Collection Interface: The fundamental interface for collection classes in the Java library is the Collection interface.

The add method returns true if adding the element actually changes the collection, and false if the collection is unchanged. The iterator method returns an object that implements the Iterator interface. You can use the iterator object to visit the elements in the collection one by one. Iterator Interface: […]


Data Collection from HTTP Client into HBase 7

This post provides a proof of concept of data collection from HTTP client into HBase. In this post, we will setup a flume agent with HTTP Source, JDBC Channel and AsyncHBase Sink. Initially we concentrate on POC of HTTP client data collection into HBase and at the end of this post we will go deep into details of each component used for setup of this agent. Now lets create our […]


Java vs Hive 3

In this post we will discuss the differences between Java vs Hive with the help of word count example. We will examine the Word Count Algorithm first using the Java MapReduce API and then using Hive. The following Java implementation is included in the Apache Hadoop distribution.