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How to collect thread dump from Tomcat using JStack utility tool?

Java 1.6 onwards, “jstack.exe”, a utility tool comes along with the JDK installation and can be found in the folder %JAVA_HOME%\bin. If you aren’t able to find it along with your JDK installation, even then you should be able to download this utility without any

5 Best Programming Languages to Learn in 2018

I see this is one of the hottest topics among the budding software engineers across the globe. To quench the thirst of many who will ask the same. This should be a convincing article to go through. So here are the 5 Best Programming Languages

Gang of Four (GoF) Java Design Patterns

What is a Design Pattern? Basically, a design pattern represents the best practices used by the most experienced object-oriented software developers, as these are the solutions to the most general problems that any Software developer might have faced during the process of software development. A

Best Practices while Using Tomcat

Below article will help you understand the  Top best practices that are in use while utilizing Tomcat Installation of Tomcat is pretty straight-forward but a point to note is to use a suitable path (the %CATALINA_HOME% that we set on the environment variables) which do

How to resolve frequent crashes on Eclipse Luna?

Have you ever wondered why your eclipse IDE started behaving cranky and crashes very frequently? If you are one among many individuals having following questions , we have appropriate solution for you 🙂 Eclipse Luna hangs frequently? Eclipse frequently hangs with High CPU usage Eclipse

How to install MAVEN on your system?

The following article will help you understand the use and step by step installation guide (Maven in 5 minutes) To set-up MAVEN 3.3.9 on Windows 7 64-bit machine, you could follow the below steps. This should be a piece of cake, if you are doing

How to use Pivot in MicroSoft SQL Server

Following a lot of questions on the internet, how to convert rows of a table to depict as columns of a table and also on how to use a PIVOT in SQL Server – here is an attempt to showcase the same on MS SQL