Few days ago, I came across one of my favourite kind of posts while researching online; a post on the leading women rocking IT- I like the sound of ‘rocking’!!! These women are redefining the industry and providing inspiration for the next generation of female software engineers and because of this reason, I have decided to discuss them on this post. Before you read though, here is my disclaimer – I’m Not a Feminist so don’t get it twisted. I only love it when I see women doing pretty well and breaking barriers on their way to the top and I love it even more when these women are in the tech world. Reason is, I really can’t count how many times I have heard things like “Bola don’t stress yourself, tech is for the guys” but guess what, the more I want to quit the more I love to stay…I have immeasurable passion for tech.
Over the last couple of weeks, we have looked at Java Modifiers and Basic Java Keywords and syntax I and II. As you may already know, Java is an object oriented program (OOP). OOP (Object Oriented Programming) as a programming model involves the collection of interacting objects. An Object is a black box which contains code and data, it sends and receives messages and are used to represent real life concepts ranging from human beings (described by name, address, and so forth) to countries (whose properties can be described and managed) down to the little widgets on a computer desktop (such as buttons and scroll bars). Some of the concepts of OOP have been discussed in my earlier posts however, despite these discussions OOP will be incomplete without explaining the following concepts:
Have you being paying attention to the address bar of your web browser while surfing the internet? If yes, then you must have noticed a padlock icon just beside the URL as shown above, otherwise, look out for it from today or type https://google.com/ on your browser to see the padlock Icon. The padlock icon brings good news indicating “the page you are on is secured” and all data sent back and forth are only for you therefore no third party can snoop into your traffic and access or steal your data. Historically, this padlock icon is known to be found mostly on bank sites, payment sites e.g. PayPal and on site using password in order to secure the user data, however, this has even been extended to search engines and other sites.