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Getting Started with JUnit

When I started learning how to code, I had no idea that there was such thing as a "test" in coding.  But there is, and it turns out they have numerous benefits. This "test" that I am talking about is not like literally compiling and running your code to see if it works right. Testing (or "unit testi...

A Console Chat Application in Java

For the past two weeks I've been studying how to use threads and sockets in Java. And as a practice of the stuff I learned, this week I made a very basic console chat application. The source code can be seen here. What I've made This chat application works by running two programs, a server program a...

Replicating the "cat" Command with Java

Hi, it's Yu again. Not you, it's me, Yu. I know right. It's such a confusing name. In the last article, I did a brief recap on the first month as an Intern. I've created a list of things I've done, but that was it. There wasn't much explanation on how and why I did those things, and the problems I'v...

Recap: The First Month as an Intern

Hi, my name is Yu Koga. I have been working at Tagbangers as an intern since the beginning of June. In this article, I'd like to reflect on what I have done and learned throughout the past month. Here's a brief list of the major things I have done so far: 1. Created a very simple calculation tool us...