Aatul Palandurkar

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Happy Birthday Java | PC: @mimaraslan

As #Java is turning 25 years tomorrow, here is my story with Java. I Love Java, I am #MovedByJava

2004 – Learned Java
2005 – Taught Java to some of my college friends and juniors
2006 – Started Institute to teach Java and related technologies
2007 – Joined a company as Java Developer, developed various projects
2008 – Joined Java User Group Nagpur (India) – known as #JUGNAGPUR2004 – Learned Java
2005 – Taught Java to some of my college friends and juniors
2006 – Started Institute to teach Java and related technologies
2007 – Joined a company as Java Developer, developed various projects
2008 – Joined Java User Group Nagpur (India) – known as #JUGNAGPUR
2009 – Developed numerous project on Java
2010 – Started side hustle by taking small Java and Web projects with 5 clients
2010 – Community Contributor at #NetBeans (#NetCAT)
2010 – Started writing blogs on Java and NetBeans
2010 – NetBeans Platform Training and Certification
2011 – Received the title of “Outstanding Programmer”
2011 – Published first Java Video Tutorial on YouTube
2011 – Cracked Oracle Certifications in a month – OCJP & OCWCD
2011 – Conducted Corporate Training for India’s biggest Training Company – #CDAC
2011 – Joined an MNC as Senior Corporate Trainer for Java, conducted several induction programs and corporate batches. The biggest batch size was 1250
2011 – Community Contributor at NetBeans (NetCAT)
2011 – Delivered Seminar on Java at 5 Colleges & Universities
2012 – Completed a big project on Java for a first overseas client
2012 – attended my first #JavaOne Conference in India
2012 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and #Android at 20 Colleges and Universities
2013 – Published my first book on Java and NetBeans (Step by Step guide to developing different Java applications using NetBeans IDE)
2013 – Speaker at JavaOne India, conducted a Hands-On-Lab on #JavaEE and #HTML5 using NetBeans IDE
2013 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 20 Colleges and Universities
2013 – Conducted Induction Training on Java for 5 corporate companies
2013 – Started my company with few clients and developed 10+ Java Projects
2013 – Community Contributor at NetBeans (NetCAT)
2014 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 30 Colleges and Universities
2014 – Conducted Induction Training on Java for 10 corporate companies
2014 – Community Contributor at NetBeans (NetCAT)
2014 – Developed 15+ Java and Android Projects
2015 – Got Selected as “NetBeans Dream Team” Member
2015 – First International Training in Gulf on Java and Android (30 days)
2015 – Awarded as “Best Entrepreneur for Corporate Training in India”
2015 – Awarded as “Individual Professional”
2015 – Developed a self-paced video course on Java and Android for a multinational company headquartered in the UK
2015 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 30 Colleges and Universities
2015 – Conducted Induction Training on Java, JavaEE, #Hibernate, and #Struts for 10+ corporate companies
2015 – Developed 10+ Java and Android Projects
2016 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 40 Colleges and Universities
2016 – Conducted Induction Training on Java, JavaEE, #Hibernate, #Struts, and #Spring for 15+ corporate companies
2016 – Community Contributor at NetBeans (NetCAT)
2016 – Developed 10+ Java, Android, and Web Projects
2017 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 30+ Colleges and Universities
2017 – Conducted Induction Training on Java, JavaEE, #Hibernate, #Struts, and #Spring for 5+ corporate companies
2017 – Developed 15+ Java, Android, and Web Projects
2018 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 20 Colleges and Universities
2018 – Conducted Induction Training on Java, JavaEE, #Hibernate, #Struts, and #Spring for 10+ corporate companies
2018 – Developed 5+ Java, Android, and Web Projects
2018 – Lead for Java User Group, Pune
2019 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 30 Colleges and Universities
2019 – Conducted Induction Training on Java, JavaEE, #Hibernate, #Struts, and #Spring for 10+ corporate companies
2019 – Conducted Java Induction Training in Gulf
2019 – Developed 10+ Java, Android, and Web Projects
2019 – Lead for Java User Group Nagpur
2020 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 5+ Colleges and Universities
2020 – Developed 2 Java and Android Projects
2020 – Conducting Online Training on Java
2020 – Writing another Book on Java
2020 – Recording video courses on Java

PC: @mimaraslan

Love you Java and Wish you a very happy birthday

Thank you, Java

Aatul Palandurkar

Semianr on Latest Trends and Personality Development at Pimpri Chinchwad Polytechnic, Pune on 18th Jul. 2014 on Latest Trends in IT and Personality Development.

Delighted to share experiences with students of Pimpri Chinchwad Polytechnic, Pune. Special thanks to Mam who asked us to deliver the session for student and make them aware about new technologies and to enhance their personality and motivate students.

It was again a good experience with the students of Pimpri Chinchwad Polytechnic, Pune.

Conducted Android and HTML5 Workshop at S. N. Patel Institute Of Technology & Research Centre, Bardoli, Dist. Surat (Gujrat-India). It was 6 days workshop wherein students learned Android and HTML5.

During training of 6 days covered Android and HTML5 and how easily one can develop Android apps and HTML5 games too using Canvas API.

Objectives:

  • What is HTML5?
  • Why HTML5?
  • What is new in HTML5?
  • Journey of HTML5?
  • Timeline of HTML5?

This tutorial is part of HTML5 Step by Step Guide. This is series of HTML5 Video Tutorials and there will be lot of tutorials after this.

This is HTML5 Step by Step Guide Episode 01, describes basics about HTML5 like how HTML5 came in picture, journey of HTML5, What is exactly HTML5 is?

Let me know if you have any doubts or queries related to HTML5. Please feel free to contact me or comment below.

Objectives :

  • What are the differences between HTML4 & HTML5?
  • What is new in HTML5?
  • What is deprecated from HTML5?

Here are the key differences between HTML4 & HTML5:

HTML4

HTML5

DOCTYPE is much longer as HTML4 is based on SGML-based.

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN”

DOCTYPE is required to enable standards mode for HTML documents.<!DOCTYPE html>

Audio and Video are not part of HTML4 specification.

Audio and Videos are integral part of HTML5 specifications e.g. <audio> and<video> tags.

Vector Graphics is possible with the help of technologies such as VML, Silverlight, Flash etc.

Vector graphics is integral part of HTML5 e.g. SVG and canvas.

It is almost impossible to get true GeoLocation of user browsing any website especially if it comes to mobile devices.

JS GeoLocation API in HTML5 helps identify location of user browsing any website (provided user allows it)

Browser cache can be used as temporary storage.

Application Cache, Web SQL database and Web storage is available as client side storage. Accessible using JavaScript interface in HTML5 compliant browsers.

Web Sockets are not available. Generally used mechanisms are long polling and streaming.

Full duplex communication channels can be established with Server using Web Sockets. Accessible using JavaScript interface in HTML5 compliant browsers.

Does not allow JavaScript to run in browser. JS runs in same thread as browser interface.

Allows JavaScript to run in background. This is possible due to JS Web worker API in HTML5.

Works with all old browsers

Most of modern browser have started supporting HTML5 specification e.g. Firefox, Mozilla, Opera, Chrome, Safari etc.

Enjoy coding now.


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