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Absolute Beginner Level

Algorithm refers to a set of rules/instructions that step-by-step define how a work is to be executed upon in order to get the expected results.

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Processing multiple tasks while waiting for time consuming operations to finish.

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Experienced Level

A variant of functions that enables concurrency via cooperative multitasking

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Experienced Level

A buffer pool is a section of main memory that the database manager has set aside for caching table and index data as it is read from disk.

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Middle Level

A set of procedures designed to assist software development teams in delivering code changes more frequently and consistently. DevOps includes CI/CD, which aids in the reduction of the software development lifecycle.

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Junior Level

A cache is a high-speed data storage layer that stores a subset of data in order to serve future requests for that data faster than accessing the data's primary storage location allows.

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Junior Level

Communication Protocols are the language used by machines to talk to each other. For communication to be possible, a common language must be spoken and understood by the participants.

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Absolute Beginner Level

HTTP is a protocol which allows the fetching of resources, such as HTML documents. It is the foundation of any data exchange on the Web and it is a client-server protocol, which means requests are initiated by the recipient, usually the Web browser.

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Absolute Beginner Level

The HTTP request is the backbone of Web Development. It's the way users interact with the application on the web server. Read this article to understand everything about the HTTP Requests.

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Absolute Beginner Level

The information provided by the server in response to the client's request is known as the HTTP Response. Read this article to learn everything about it.

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