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MongoDB Environment Setup

To get started with MongoDB, you have to install it in your system. You need to find and download the latest version of MongoDB, which will be compatible with your computer system. In this chapter, you will learn how to setup a complete environment to start working with MongoDB.

    Introduction to NoSQL

    Like another database scripting/query languages such as SQL, MySQL, and Oracle, MongoDB also provides a high performance, scalability as well as availability for managing the database. MongoDB is one of the most accepted NoSQL database and stores data in a […]

      History of MongoDB

      Since you are now familiar with the various features of MongoDB, and its characteristics and how it is related to NoSQL, it is time to know the history of Mongo DB. In this chapter, you will briefly learn the history of MongoDB.

        Overview of MongoDB

        MongoDB is based on a NoSQL database that is used for storing data in a key-value pair. Its working is based on the concept of document and collection. It is also an open source, a document-oriented, cross-platform database system that is written using C++. In this chapter, you will learn more about MongoDB and its importance.

           

          Multithreading in Java

          Java provides built-in support for multithreaded programming. Multithreaded programming contains two or more parts that can run concurrently. Each piece of such a program is called a thread, and each thread defines a separate path of execution.

            Java Applets

            Applets are small Internet-based program written in Java, a programming language for the Web and can be downloaded by any computer. The applet is also capable of running in HTML. The applet is usually embedded in an HTML page on a Web site and can be executed from within a browser.

              Writing Consistency and Formatting

              One of the vital thing that technical writing must need is the consistency of writing the language and use appropriate language entities so that the meaning remains intact and the standard of the documentation is preserved.

                Types of Technical Writing

                Technical Writing is a vast domain of writing where various subdomains reside in different parts of the organization. Based on the type of organization, the specialized writing type and genre keep on changing, and so the professional writers and their content.

                  Java Method Overloading

                  If a class of a Java program has a plural number of methods, and all of them have the same name but different parameters (with a change in type or number of arguments), and programmers can use them to perform a similar form of functions, then it is known as method overloading.

                    Buffer Overflow

                    Buffer Overflow is basically a situation where an application or program tries to write data outside the memory buffer or beyond the buffer size and is not determined to store those data. This leads to buffer overrun or buffer overflow, which ultimately crashes a system or temporarily holds it for sometimes.

                      Basic Tools for Technical Writers

                      Other than skills and processing phases, documentation experts and technical writers need to be very much friendly with some tools that will drive their career and increase their positions within an organization or even if they are working as a […]

                         

                        Documentation Development Life Cycle (DDLC)

                        There is another perspective of viewing the entire documentation process. This process is similar to that of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), if you have studied software engineering or how software development process takes place, you can relate to […]

                          Process of Technical Writing

                          You, as a technical writer, might get a surprising reading that the process of technical writing uses to take a considerable amount of time to plan and review the entire documentation than too write. It follows a specific set of […]

                            Areas of Technical Writing

                            As per the report of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the requirement of technical writers and their diverse skill is anticipated to reach a new height of 10 percent from 2014 to 2024. It is because, with the increase […]

                              Introduction to Technical Writing

                              Technical Writing can be defined as the practice of articulating any product or service in the form of the document where processes are defined, such as software manuals or instructional materials. In this chapter, you will know about the technical writers and their writing and types.

                                Cyber Forensics and Incident Handling

                                Forensics is an essential part of cybersecurity, and any cyber incident has to solve through cyber forensics team who can find out the exact issue and how the mishap takes place. In this chapter, you will learn about the needs and objectives of cyber forensics and how to approach a crime or incident and some categories of incident handling.

                                  Patch Management

                                  Patch management is the practice and process for ensuring that appropriate patches are installed on the system as well as upgrades for technologies and software are appropriately done. This management techniques can help a venture or an organization handle security changes efficiently.

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