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Just like every other ending of the year, at the end of 2019, every citizen of the world had new year resolutions for year 2020, we all were hoping to give lost opportunities a second chance, go to countries we have never visited, buy new cars, learn new things, improve our careers, get closer to our families, buy second houses, be a better person, develop new applications to solve more world problems, get married to our loved ones, have better relationships, etc.

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Coronavirus induced Work-from-Home Policies Could actually work for the benefit of Companies and Employees

It is no more news that the novel coronavirus outbreak has become a pandemic. The outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China was declared a pandemic by World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday, 11th March, 2020 as it spreads to at least 131 countries, sickened more than 156,800 people, with at least 5,762 recorded deaths as at Sunday Morning, 15th, March, 2020. This has led to governments of different nations shutting down borders, Schools and Malls closed, imposed quarantines on arriving citizens, travel bans and the latest which include companies imposing compulsory work-from-home policies for employees in order to curtail the spread of the deadly virus. The stark in human and economic impacts on businesses cannot be over-emphasized.

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How to pass AWS Certified Developer Associate with minimal Effort

Ever since I passed my AWS Developer Associate Exam in June 2019, I have been getting a lot of messages in my inbox about what materials I used and how much effort I put in to pass. So, I have decided to write a little bit of write-up to help people who might be considering booking to do the examination.

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StackOverflowError and the concept of Infinite Recursion in Java

At first glance of the word StackOverFlow, the first thing that comes to the mind of a typical developer is www.stackoverflow.com, a web community where millions of developers help answer questions asked by other developers in different languages and technologies. In fact, many developers who probably do not code in java might not know what StackOverFlow is really all about. 

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The story of an African man trying out Kayaking

So, it was another time of the year for the Company I work for to go on weekend away. I was informed that the Belfast teams are usually attending the activity, but later, they extended it to the Dublin teams.

I saw the mail from our leadership team that we are to pick among some activities of our choice, but the most popular activities were Kayaking and Bush-craft.

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