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How to become an EDITx Author?

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EDITx is an open IT Library of questions to share and gain knowledge. Become an EDITx author because you care: share your knowledge to fit everyone benefit with a quality IT education.

What you get...

As contributor of the IT library, you allow others to use your questions, in the same way you can make use of theirs. Nevertheless, you keep the intellectual property on your work and will be notified any time that an author is using your questions or when someone answers your questions. Moreover, your privileged status allows you to set up private and public tests, to share your questions with your students, friends, colleagues or acquaintances and to get the results in real time.

... is what you give !

To become an EDITx Author, you just need to set up 5 QCM questions, in the field of your choice, and indicate the right answer. If your questions allows a better "Education in IT for X", you will receive the status and advantages of an EDITx Author.

Post date Author Category Question Stats
26.03.2018
Simon Martinelli
Member of The Board at JUG CH, Lecturer at Berne University of Applied Science & Managing Director at 72 Services
Java
public class Lambda {

    @FunctionalInterface
    interface Function...
504 answers
265 good - 239 bad
 
25.01.2019
Simon Martinelli
Member of The Board at JUG CH, Lecturer at Berne University of Applied Science & Managing Director at 72 Services
Java
public class Assignment {

    public static void main(String[] args) {...
902 answers
816 good - 86 bad
 
26.03.2018
Simon Martinelli
Member of The Board at JUG CH, Lecturer at Berne University of Applied Science & Managing Director at 72 Services
Java
public class Streams {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
819 answers
642 good - 177 bad
 
26.03.2018
Simon Martinelli
Member of The Board at JUG CH, Lecturer at Berne University of Applied Science & Managing Director at 72 Services
Java
public class Overloading {

    private Overloading(int i) {
535 answers
272 good - 263 bad