ALPEN is an acronym in which each successive letter means another step that must be taken to plan your actions. To use this method you will need 5-15 minutes a day. It is one of the most widely used time management methods and therefore worth exploring. Interested? Let’s get started!
It comes down to performing several tasks at once. The idea seems to be great. You should be more productive doing two things simultaneously instead of finishing one task and starting a new one. Ingenious? Not really.
A well designed ToDo List will allow you to save a lot of time and will let you accomplish everything you plan to do. It is also a simple way to improve your time management. So let’s take a look at a few basic principles that you can use to create a perfect ToDo list.
The first time management technique that we want to describe is Pomodoro.
Pomodoro technique is one of the basic techniques to manage productivity/performing tasks. This technique is ideal for impatient people who have no time. :) It does not require a lot of knowledge and specific preparation to implement. It allows you to keep a perfect balance between the time spent on work and relaxation.
Source of Java ClassCastException sometimes can be hard to find. In such situation type safe List may be really helpful. In this tutorial you will learn how to find ClassCastException using Java type safe List!
Java Binary Search with Comparator is very flexible method to search for elements of any type. In this tutorial you will learn how to use binary search in Java with own Comparator!
Java binary search is very fast way to find an element in a sorted collection of elements or find a place where it should be inserted. In this tutorial you will learn how to effectively use binary search in Java!
In Java Deque can be used as LIFO Queue, which is a Stack. In this Java tutorial we’ll explain how it works and show how to use JDK API effectively!
Bash if else is the most fundamental control flow statement used almost in every script. In the following Bash tutorial we show how to use if-else on examples!
In Java there is a couple of ways to add an array of items to a collection. In the following examples we’ll cover a few of them.