Your 2021 guide for cracking jobs as a Developer!

Hi there! I am writing this as an incoming Software Engineer at JP Morgan Chase & Co., having worked at companies like Royal Dutch Shell and Red Hat.
Having graduated from my college last year in the middle of a pandemic from a Tier 3 college, I know how hard and directionless one can feel in the last years of their college. Trust me, It’s not that hard. There are some simple rules, and if you abide by them you can crack Fortune 500 companies with great ease. But yeah, nothing comes without hard work.

“No matter how hard you…

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If you are a beginner in trading and learning how to analyze a stock, a cryptocurrency, or even a commodity; candlesticks are the most fundamental and powerful tool that will make you smarter, give you insights, and ultimately make you smarter lots of money.

But first, there are a lot of chart types available on different platforms, why are candlesticks important?


There are some terms that you must know before proceeding ahead. I assume you to know these terms beforehand, a revision is never a bad idea! 😉

  • Bear Market:
    It refers to a period in which the prices of equity…

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There has been an immense rise in the term NFT investments and how some random cat GIFs are being auctioned for millions of dollars. In fact, one day I asked for investment advice on Twitter and some of my followers suggested to start investing in NFTs. I was aware of the term NFT but didn’t really know anything about it. That’s when I started researching about it and here I am trying to explain it in the best way possible.

NFT stands for Non-Fungible Token. I know right! That doesn't make anything clear. Now, what does fungible mean?

In simple…

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Before getting started, the prerequisites for this blog are knowing the basics of Apache JMeter and the basic components necessary to run a load test. If you are new to JMeter and want to learn about the basics and how to run your first test in JMeter, please refer to my blog which sets the backdrop for this blog.

Let's get started! 🚀


Well, if you write a normal test in JMeter it looks like a robot sending multiple requests in an even manner over a given period of time frame and conditions. Believe me or not, that is what…

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When we develop APIs, we tend to forget about certain scenarios where there could be a huge load on our interfaces, leading to unavailability of the service and some downtime or might ultimately crash the deployment. Therefore, it is always a good idea to subject our APIs to the expected load and test it before deploying them for public use. The idea of using Postman or for that matter, any client application to mimic that kind of situation does not make sense and could prove to be very tedious. …

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Recently, there has been an immense rise in the use of the word “crypto” especially for cryptocurrency, and how a lot of folks became millionaires by investing in crypto. Before diving into cryptocurrency, let us try to understand what the fuss is all about. Cryptocurrency works on top of blockchain which works on top of cryptography. If you have been following banking, investing, or cryptocurrency over the last ten years, you may have heard the term “blockchain,” the record-keeping technology behind the Bitcoin network.

What is Blockchain?

In simple terms, It is a database. Blockchain seems complicated, and it definitely can be, but…

Whenever something goes wrong in the execution of any flow, an error is thrown, and an error object is created. The error object has various properties but two of its most important properties that are used very frequently are:

  1. error.description — a string — the error message is stored here
  2. error.errorType — an object — the namespace and identifiers are stored here

Any error that has occurred can be categorized into different types with the help of a namespace and an identifier.

There is no doubt that the overall success of a society completely depends upon its constituent elements, its citizens, and their well-being. I believe the secret sauce to the success of any society comes from the individual success of the people forming it. There is no point in having a successful society by suppressing its citizens and having a successful face for the world. The origin of the word society comes from people coming together, living in harmony and peace with each other, and also being in solace with themselves.

For example, if we look at the vast history of…

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