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The information technology field is in constant evolution. So our information needs to be updated to keep us up-to-date.

The main purpose of this website is to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information to the IT inventors, students and developers.

We start with the principles of OOP and UML followed by leading programming languages such as Java and Python.

The two most popular programming languages in the IT sector are Java and Python. We are investigating them in here.

Java course is divided into two sections here: Core Java and Advanced Java.

Core Java covers basic elements of the language such as classes, objects, methods, blocks, operators and statements of control. It also covers exception handling, managing exceptions, packaging, operations on input-output, multi-threading, and collections framework.

Advanced Java consists of Servlet, JSP, JDBC, Struts MVC, JSF, Spring MVC and Hibernate framework. This basically relates to the creation of server-side web applications.

Python course covers basics of the programming language. We use this language for solving some real-world problems in the Machine Learning (ML) domain. In connection with Data Mining (DM) various ML-based techniques are discussed here. Several ML based techniques are discussed here with regard to Data Mining (DM).

The Internet of Things or IoT is essentially a network of physical objects or people called “things” embedded with software, electronics, network, and sensors that allow data collection and sharing of these items. IoT is a very useful concept; it means taking everything in the world and connecting it to the Internet.

HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is the glue holding all websites together. It provides the fundamental structure required for development of any web site.

On the other hand, DHTML (Dynamic HTML) adds dynamic, varying or changing content to our plain old HTML pages just like the name suggests. We may think of it as a more advanced version of HTML, although in fact DTHML is not a programming language. DHTML is a broad term used to describe a collection of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript components. We’ll explain these all here.

This website also describes XML (eXtensible Markup Language), and AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML).

Production of Android apps is nowadays very growing. Here we provide basic guidelines for developing mobile based applications using Android Studio SDK.

I hope you’ll enjoy learning here!