Java is rich in API documentation, concept articles, tutorials, sample codes. Apart from that, there are several books available covering almost every nook and corner of Java. Many of them are freely downloadable. Though not an ideal way of learning, I suppose if every documentation, tutorial, article is followed one do not even need a hard copy of materials to learn Java.
Perhaps the most obvious yet exciting quality of Java is its platform independence – write once and run anywhere. The Java compiler does not create an executable file, but rather it produces a half-compiled code, called bytecode. This half-compiled code is given to the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) installed in a specific platform (aka operating system). JVM is a layer above the operating system that understands bytecode and processes that code further to run the application. Something like half chewed cud ruminated further by the JVM to bring forth the essence of actual Java code.
A professional Full Stack developer is always able to switch between front end and back end development based on the requirement of the project.
Easy to Take Ownership of Design & Implementation
A professional Full Stack development agency will be able to take ownership of the entire design and implementation process of the site.
Easy to Upgrade
Studies have found that a Full Stack developer is able to get up to date with new technology and tools faster than someone specializing only in front end or back end technology.
Perfect for Small & Medium Enterprises
Larger corporate websites might need teams with specific specialized front end and back end development skills as the complex website requirement can be broken into segments to save time.
In information technology, the user interface (UI) is everything designed into an information device with which a person may interact. This can include display screens, keyboards, a mouse and the appearance of a desktop. It is also the way through which a user interacts with an application or a website. The growing dependence of many companies on web applications and mobile applications has led many companies to place increased priority on UI in an effort to improve the user's overall experience.
At the most basic level, the user interface (UI) is the series of screens, pages, and visual elements—like buttons and icons—that you use to interact with a device.
The GUI interface has also been instrumental in making the World Wide Web easily accessible to individuals through the use of the use of GUI-based "browser" programs. Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer, and similar programs enable a user to access and search the web using the familiar GUI format.
User experience (UX), on the other hand, is the internal experience that a person has as they interact with every aspect of a company’s products and services.
Computer software applications, such as word processing and spreadsheet packages, typically use the set of GUI elements built into the operating system and then add other elements of their own. The advantage of the GUI element of any software program is that it provides a standard method for performing a given task (i.e., copying a file, formatting text, printing a document) each time the user requests that option, rather than creating a set of commands unique to each potential request. Many GUI elements are standard across all packages built on the same operating system, so once a user is familiar with the GUI elements of one package, it is easier to then work in other packages.
DevOps is the combination of cultural philosophies, practices, and tools that increases an organization’s ability to deliver applications and services at high velocity: evolving and improving products at a faster pace than organizations using traditional software development and infrastructure management processes. This speed enables organizations to better serve their customers and compete more effectively in the market.
Under a DevOps model, development and operations teams are no longer “siloed.” Sometimes, these two teams are merged into a single team where the engineers work across the entire application lifecycle, from development and test to deployment to operations, and develop a range of skills not limited to a single function. Quality assurance and security teams may also become more tightly integrated with development and operations and throughout the application lifecycle.
These teams use practices to automate processes that historically have been manual and slow. They use a technology stack and tooling which help them operate and evolve applications quickly and reliably. These tools also help engineers independently accomplish tasks (for example, deploying code or provisioning infrastructure) that normally would have required help from other teams, and this further increases a team’s velocity.
Software and the Internet have transformed the world and its industries, from shopping to entertainment to banking. Software no longer merely supports a business; rather it becomes an integral component of every part of a business. Companies interact with their customers through software delivered as online services or applications and on all sorts of devices. They also use software to increase operational efficiencies by transforming every part of the value chain, such as logistics, communications, and operations. In a similar way that physical goods companies transformed how they design, build, and deliver products using industrial automation throughout the 20th century, companies in today’s world must transform how they build and deliver software.
Salesforce is a cloud-based CRM that can turbo-charge your business relationships and transform the working lives of your team.
With Salesfore as your CRM, your sales, marketing, and customer service teams can understand every customer and deliver the right message or answer when they need it. By analysing this information, you can make better decisions to close more business, reduce the cost of service, and keep every customer satisfied.
It’s in the cloud – so your team can use it anywhere.
CRM is shifting toward cloud computing and Salesforce.com is a leader in cloud computing, offering a complete set of CRM cloud applications, a cloud platform, and a cloud infrastructure – more cost effective for a higher return on investment.
It’s so flexible – so you can get it working like YOU want.
Salesforce gives you complete freedom to customise the CRM for your business. It’s the best way to boost adoption and make sure your CRM apps are working the way you do.
Salesforce also has the AppExchange – the number one destination for great pre-build business applications – for your CRM and beyond. This is the cloud-computing app marketplace for businesses, developed and hosted by Salesforce. You can get access to thousands of useful, secured and verified applications built by others, or you can even develop and market your own.
Not just a CRM; it’s a cloud-based platform – a complete IT infrastructure for your business hosted on their servers on top of which you can build bespoke applications to suit your business requirements. You can use Salesforce for just one thing or as a joined up platform for all that you do: a contact management system; a way to manage your sales pipeline; your marketing machine; finance management system? With Salesforce it’s up to you.