About Me

The purpose of writing this blog

Every year I teach a lot of IT courses in various places, mainly mainstream development technologies, including Java platform, microservices, front-end development, mobile development, IoT development, etc. In the constant communication with the students, I found that to spread IT knowledge, it is not enough just to teach in the classroom. Because one of the characteristics of IT is that it is very practical, even if it is a practical course with relatively complete cases, it is impossible to cover all aspects of knowledge. When students experience actual projects after class, they will still encounter some difficulties and still need some tips. It turns out that I usually leave a WeChat account to the students after the class, and ask them to contact me via WeChat when they have questions, and I will give them some tips or suggestions. When this situation became more frequent, I was able to record these answers and write them into a blog. On the one hand, it can support students who encounter the same problem, on the other hand, it also reduces the workload of my replying questions :)

Some principles of this blog

  1. Each article corresponds to a small question, which is convenient for students to check quickly and reduce the time spent by students.
  2. Try to avoid talking about theoretical issues as long as possible. This will be explained and deduced in the face-to-face course. Of course, this does not mean that no principle explanation will appear in the article.
  3. This blog will not open the comment function for the time being, because if the comment is not maintained by a dedicated person, it is easy to be used for watering, or to talk about some irrelevant topics, and there is really no energy to maintain it now.

Introduce myself

More than ten years of IT industry experience, like to specialize in technology. I have successively engaged in the development of IT systems in the logistics industry, financial industry, retail industry and communications industry. In 2006, I passed the J2EE Architect (SECA) certification exam and the project management expert (PMP) certification exam.