In addition to catching code errors and going through debugging hell, I also obsess over whether writing in an active voice is truly better than doing it in passive.
Method Overriding in Java
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) encourages us to model real-world objects in code. And the thing with objects is that some share outward appearances. Also, a group of them may display similar behavior. Java is an excellent language to cater to OOP. It allows objects to inherit the common characteristics of a...
Guide to Overloading Methods in Java
Java defines a method as a unit of the tasks that a class can perform. And proper programming practice encourages us to ensure a method does one thing and one thing only. It is also normal to have one method call another method when conducting a routine. Still, you expect...
Working with PostgreSQL in Java
PostgreSQL (which goes by the moniker Postgres) is famous for its object-relational nature. In contrast, other database systems are usually relational. Due to its nature, it's a great pairing with Java, which is heavily object-oriented. Accessing a Postgres database using Java requires you to rely on the JDBC API, as...