About Me - Ramesh Fadatare

Ramesh FadatareHi, I am Ramesh Fadatare from India, a founder, author, designer, and chief editor of this website JavaGuides, a technical blog dedicated to the Java/Java EE technologies, frameworks, and full-stack development. 

Software development is my profession and teaching is my passion.
I have published the source code of my guides, articles, tutorials on my GitHub profile at https://github.com/RameshMF.

I am interested in writing blogs, teaching, sharing technical knowledge, solving technical issues, reading, and learning new subjects.

I am VMware Certified Professional for Spring and Spring Boot 2022

I have passed VMware Spring Professional 2022 exam for Spring and Spring boot recently in the Month of Jan 2022. Check out the below article to know how I have passed the exam as an experienced Java developer:

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About Java Guides

JavaGuides provides productive guides/tutorials in-depth about Java/Java EE, Design Patterns, OOPS, Spring Framework, Spring Boot, Hibernate Framework, Angular, React JS, Vue JS, Testing, Jersey Rest, Restful, AWS, Tools, etc.
All source code examples in each guide/tutorial are simple, ready to use, up-to-date, easy to understand, and well tested in my development environment.

My Expertise

Here are my skills and you can expect tutorials/guides/videos/projects on these technologies on this blog as well as my YouTube channel:
- Java, JavaEE, 
- Spring Boot, Spring MVC, Spring AOP, Spring Security, Spring Data JPA, Spring Cloud
- Microservices, Docker
- Rest Easy, Jersey Rest using JAX-RS, SOAP Web Services
- Tomcat, JBoss ( Wildfly), Jetty
- Hibernate, JPA, Mybatis
- MySQL, MS-SQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, H2 database, MongoDB
- Git, Github, CVS, SVN, Ant
- NodeJS
- HTML5, CSS, Javascript, Ajax, Jquery
- AWS, Heroku
- Angular Framework
- React Library
- Vue Framework
- Knowledge of Big Data Analytics

How can I contact you?

You can connect with me on:
Do let me know if you have any suggestions or feedback about this site. You can get in touch with me at javaguides.net@gmail.com.

My Courses Teachable

Check out my paid courses at https://courses.javaguides.net/

My Udemy Courses

Check out my Udemy courses at https://www.udemy.com/user/ramesh-fadatare/

Why do I recommend my courses?

Well, I create project-oriented video courses so I recommend my courses to freshers to get exposure to building real-time projects in the IT industry.

If you have an IT startup company and need to quickly train freshers to work on project development (full-stack and Java Spring boot) then I would suggest joining my project development-oriented courses at a reasonable cost (10$) on Udemy or Teachable. 

My paid courses on my platform Teachable - Courses on Java Guides

My paid Udemy courses at https://www.udemy.com/user/ramesh-fadatare/

My Top YouTube Channel ( 65 K Subscribers)

My YouTube channel is considered as best YouTube channel to learn Java, Spring boot, and Full-stack Java development with React, Angular, and VueJs. 

Top Java/Java EE tutorials of this website available on Top Java Tutorials

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Comments

  1. One of the productive site, good work , appreciated your efforts and keep helping

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    1. Thanks for the appreciation. Also check out my YouTube channel.

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  2. Very unique and vey nicely explained each guide with examples. it is helping me a lot. I suggest this site for those who want to learn java/j2ee in depth with examples.

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  3. Awesome Java/Java EE tutorials and guides. Keep sharing such contents.

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  4. awesome and very indepth understanding

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    1. I am glad that my blog website is useful to you.

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  5. Really Helpful for me thanks a lot...

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    1. I am glad that my blog website is useful to you.

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  6. dear sir,
    about your tutorial "Spring Boot 2 - File Upload and Download Rest API Tutorial" in the class FileUploadController, you have .path("/downloadFile/") so i want to ask you, where is downloadFile folder in your project directory structure.

    i run it on Postman has error :
    "timestamp": "2020-03-26T15:32:31.536+0000",
    "status": 400,
    "error": "Bad Request",
    "message": "Required request part 'file' is not present"


    can you help me.
    thanks,

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  7. Thanks you for knowledge and experience sharing

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  8. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge, ideas and experience. God bless you.

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  9. really appreciated great efforts. Greetings from Turkey.

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  10. Really great content and very pactical real-life tutorials. Thank you very much for your awesome work. I subscribed to updates of this wonderful site. Continue doing what you are doing. You did marvelous and essential job.

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    1. Thanks for your kind words and i am glad that you found my tutorials useful and productive.

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  11. Your java guides site really helped

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  12. Very wonderful keep doing, it has really helped a lot.

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  13. Very good website for the beginners. Your youtube videos are also very helpful

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  14. Hii sir this is Amit shrivastava I need to help understanding that language like how I can learn in which senerio I need to learn so that is why I can understand the language please help me sir thanks

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  15. hi i created springboot +mysql+react js app.ur all video playlists are awesome and thank you for posting that..but in that u mentioned reuse updateemployeecomponent, when i tried to do, edited thing add into new one not in edited content..what will do?

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  16. Thank you! Was great introduction to reactjs

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  17. Excellent. Content and video tutorials are awesome. Thanks

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