How to keep yourself updated with latest technology trends

Its a quick read blog post and will not take more than 10 minutes to read the post completely.

Its very hard to cope with the every changing technology trends and keep yourself updated all the time. The technology also changes in such a fast pace that the things that you learn today cease to exists or gets replaced in a real fast pace manner.

But, we cannot run away from reality and we will have to keep our self update till you are in industry, otherwise, in no time the door will be opened for you to move out of the organization that you are working… :)

What i do?

I am not claiming that this is something you should do. Its one of the way what i try to do to make myself updated to some extend with the pace of technology change.

I go and subscribe myself to various RSS feeds, go frequently to some great sites (dzone, javalobby etc.) and look for blogs/articles which deserves a read. Once i decide on a blog post or an article, i first skim through it and see if it is very written. If so i start reading the first paragraph. If the blog really entices me, i try to put a time or save it in my pocket (bookmark application). When i get time, i start reading the blog with a notepad opened side by side. I try putting some notes in the notepad as i read. At one stage if the blog is so interesting, i try to put adequate things in my mind which i can use later on to churn my own blog in this topic. When i decide that the topic is good for me to write a blog myself, i start preparing a draft blog as i read. Things which i don’t know in this case deserves more read and i start googling stuff to get more details. My blog post slowly grows in size but without a structure. Slowly and steadily i try to put a structure to the blog post and start putting more sentences and figures. At the end of my read my blog will have my own content with some good attributions to the content from which i extract my blog. In the meantime if the blog deserves a practical session, i go on trying various tools and put these into practice.

If at the end i feel that my blog is a good candidate to be published and it does give reader a good though explanation on the topic, i put the reference section and go ahead and publish it. Page Visitors: 490

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Tomcy John

Blogger & Author at javacodebook
He is an Enterprise Java Specialist holding a degree in Engineering (B-Tech) with over 10 years of experience in several industries. He's currently the Senior Technical Engineer at Emirates Group IT since 2005. Prior to this he has worked with Oracle Corporation and Ernst & Young. His main specialization is on various web technologies and acts as chief mentor and Principal Architect to facilitate incorporating Spring as Corporate Standard in the organization.

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