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Mukesh S.

Sector 46, Gurgaon, India - 122003

Mukesh S. Java trainer in Gurgaon

Mukesh S.

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Sector 46, Gurgaon, India - 122003.

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I am developer at MNC using Java and Scala as my core language. I am having around 5 yrs of experience in Java/J2EE, Spring ,Hibernate ,Web technologies html/html5,JavaScript,JQuery AngularJS etc.

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Hindi

English

Education

RTU 2012

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)

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Sector 46, Gurgaon, India - 122003

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Java Training Classes

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Java Training Classes

5

Teaches

Spring

Certification training offered

Yes

Teaching Experience in detail in Java Training Classes

I started teaching in 2010.

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1. What type of Java programming do you teach?

Spring

2. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Java Training Class.

3. Do you provide a demo class?

No, I don't provide a demo class.

4. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 5 years.

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Answered on 02/09/2015 IT Courses/Java

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Answered on 12/02/2015 IT Courses/Java

Yes you can create Object of that class at anywhere by creating a public method that has the returned type as object and one more thing that Singleton pattern is nothing to do with creating an Object .The singleton Pattern we use is meant for one and only instance of that type in whole application consider... ...more
Yes you can create Object of that class at anywhere by creating a public method that has the returned type as object and one more thing that Singleton pattern is nothing to do with creating an Object .The singleton Pattern we use is meant for one and only instance of that type in whole application consider the following code public class Alpha { private Alpha() { // no -args constructor } public Alpha createInstance() { return new Alpha(); } public static void main(String[]args) { Alpha a1= createInstance(); Alpha a2=createInstance(); } } Now If you want to create Object of Alpha class else where just make create Instance method as follow class Alpha { private Alpha() { // no -args constructor } public static Alpha createInstance() { return new Alpha(); } } public class Beta { public static void main(String[]args) { Alpha a1= Alpha.createInstance(); Alpha a2=Alpha.createInstance(); // Now check whether if those instance are same if(a1.equals(a2)) { System.out.println("Both instance are refering same object"); } else { System.out.println("Both instance are refering different object"); } } }
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Answered on 12/02/2015 IT Courses/Java

Hello Shrikant , There is no option that will stop the thread execution. the method that you made synchronized will not exit the thread when thread completes beause synchrozied only meant to how the shared resources will be used .
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Answered on 11/02/2015 IT Courses/Java

Hello Shrikant who told you that you can explicity call garbage collector. You cann't call gc explicity even when you use System.gc() it is not guranteed that gc will be invoked it is all up to JVM when an object is eligible for garbage collection.even when you use finalise method that is a protected... ...more
Hello Shrikant who told you that you can explicity call garbage collector. You cann't call gc explicity even when you use System.gc() it is not guranteed that gc will be invoked it is all up to JVM when an object is eligible for garbage collection.even when you use finalise method that is a protected method of java.lang.Object class
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Java Training Classes 3.5

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Java Training Classes

5

Teaches

Spring

Certification training offered

Yes

Teaching Experience in detail in Java Training Classes

I started teaching in 2010.

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Answers by Mukesh S. (4)

Answered on 02/09/2015 IT Courses/Java

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Answers 39 Comments
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Answered on 12/02/2015 IT Courses/Java

Yes you can create Object of that class at anywhere by creating a public method that has the returned type as object and one more thing that Singleton pattern is nothing to do with creating an Object .The singleton Pattern we use is meant for one and only instance of that type in whole application consider... ...more
Yes you can create Object of that class at anywhere by creating a public method that has the returned type as object and one more thing that Singleton pattern is nothing to do with creating an Object .The singleton Pattern we use is meant for one and only instance of that type in whole application consider the following code public class Alpha { private Alpha() { // no -args constructor } public Alpha createInstance() { return new Alpha(); } public static void main(String[]args) { Alpha a1= createInstance(); Alpha a2=createInstance(); } } Now If you want to create Object of Alpha class else where just make create Instance method as follow class Alpha { private Alpha() { // no -args constructor } public static Alpha createInstance() { return new Alpha(); } } public class Beta { public static void main(String[]args) { Alpha a1= Alpha.createInstance(); Alpha a2=Alpha.createInstance(); // Now check whether if those instance are same if(a1.equals(a2)) { System.out.println("Both instance are refering same object"); } else { System.out.println("Both instance are refering different object"); } } }
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Answered on 12/02/2015 IT Courses/Java

Hello Shrikant , There is no option that will stop the thread execution. the method that you made synchronized will not exit the thread when thread completes beause synchrozied only meant to how the shared resources will be used .
Answers 19 Comments
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Answered on 11/02/2015 IT Courses/Java

Hello Shrikant who told you that you can explicity call garbage collector. You cann't call gc explicity even when you use System.gc() it is not guranteed that gc will be invoked it is all up to JVM when an object is eligible for garbage collection.even when you use finalise method that is a protected... ...more
Hello Shrikant who told you that you can explicity call garbage collector. You cann't call gc explicity even when you use System.gc() it is not guranteed that gc will be invoked it is all up to JVM when an object is eligible for garbage collection.even when you use finalise method that is a protected method of java.lang.Object class
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Mukesh S. describes himself as Trainer. He conducts classes in Java Training. Mukesh is located in Sector 46, Gurgaon. Mukesh takes at students Home, Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 5 years of teaching experience . Mukesh has completed Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) from RTU in 2012. HeĀ is well versed in Hindi and English.

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