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5 Benefits of Using Cloud Test Automation for your Business

Cloud has literally transformed the way businesses function. According to Forrester, more than 50% of global enterprises will rely on at least one public cloud platform to drive digital transformation and delight customers.  Not only that, Forrester also predicts that the total global public cl ...

Machine Learning in a Box (Week 4) : Get Your Environment Up and Running

In case you are catching the train late, here is the link to the introduction blog of the Machine Learning in a Box series which allow you to get the series from the start. At the end of this introduction blog you will find the links for each elements of the series. Before We Get Started, a Quick Re ...

Configuring HTTPS for Use With Servlets [Snippet]

Configuring your Java EE application to communicate over HTTPS requires a few lines of XML in the web.xml file. The web.xml file is located in the WEB-INF directory of your project and is usually created automatically when your IDE generates a Java EE web application. If it is not, you can create it ...

"Design Thinking": An Out-of-the-Box Strategy to Build Innovative Products

Most often, in this era of dogged competition, companies fail to realize that a customer is not a statistic or a sales target and that newly released products fail miserably in the market if they don’t meet customer expectations. Companies need to understand the real user and his needs and create a ...

“Don’t Be Afraid to Start Load Testing”: AMA with Flood IO’s Load Testing Expert, Tim Koopmans

"How does load testing and tuning improve software speed and quality?" Speed is a common interest or goal and is typically easier to quantify and measure. For example, testers will often focus on single metrics like response time performance to describe performance and infer quality. It's ...

Women in DevOps: Meera Subbarao

In our new Women in DevOps blog series, you'll hear from talented women in DevOps. They will share their experiences in DevOps, their thoughts on leadership, lessons learned and also how we can encourage more women to focus on an IT career. Today, we're talking with Meera Subbarao. Ms. Meera Subb ...

Fun With React: A Quick Overview

React in the Real World Created by Facebook, React was initially released in 2013. React continued to gain momentum until it looked like it was going to hit a snag in 2017 over licensing. The BSD+Patents license that Facebook was insisting on created potential Intellectual Property issues for develo ...

How Big or Small Is an API?

I am working to build out the API Gallery for Streamdata.io, profiling a wide variety of APIs for inclusion in the directory, adding to the wealth of APIs that could be streamed using the service. As I work to build the index, I’m faced with the timeless question, what is an API? Not technically wha ...

ICO Case Study: Tackling Cryptojacking With Real-time Webpage Monitoring

This weekend the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office website - ICO (https://ico.org.uk/) was caught serving the CoinHive crypto miner to its users. CoinHive crypto miner is a JavaScript that can be installed on any website for mining crypto (e.g. Monero - XMR). Obviously, this wasn’t the intentio ...

IntelliJ IDEA 2018.1 EAP: Inline External Annotations and Java Compiler Enhancements

A new IntelliJ IDEA 2018.1 EAP build is here now and it’s ready for your assessment! Download the latest build from our website, or update via the Toolbox App. As you may already know, IntelliJ IDEA provides an ability to annotate your code via annotations.xml files, which are stored outside o ...

Evolution Up to Serverless Architecture

This post will cover the software architecture evolution up to the new concept called “Serverless” and the basics of the pattern. When we look at the ter serverless, it sounds like it is achieving functionality of a server without a server. Yes, it means that you do not have a server, but in reality ...

Study Examines The Environmental Benefits Of Autonomous Vehicles

It's commonly thought that autonomous vehicles will be beneficial to the environment, due in large part to their more efficient driving style. A recent study from the University of Michigan suggests things might not be so straightforward, and that the sensors and computers required to operate the ...

Why the Impact of Big Data Extends Further Than You Think

C-suite executives: What is the impact of big data in your organization? If you suggest I speak to the CIO, you might be surprised when you take a closer look. Big data is at a tipping point across many corporate disciplines, from marketing to customer support. Corporate leaders across every part of ...

Beta Testing of Your Product: 6 Practical Steps to Follow

You followed all the rules of developing a new product: you did research, surveys, identified user needs, and came up with an absolutely wonderful product that you cannot wait to release. But slow down, you cannot launch the product without doing the necessary testing. And, that’s where beta testing ...

This Week in Data: MongoDB Transactions and Spectre/Meltdown Rumble On

Join Percona Chief Evangelist Colin Charles as he covers happenings, gives pointers and provides musings on the open source database community. In case you missed last week’s column, don’t forget to read the fairly lengthy FOSDEM MySQL & Friends DevRoom summary.

What is Digital Transformation?

Everyone is talking about it, but what is digital transformation? In a recent ITPro article, Zach Marzouk and Kylie Marshall cut through all the buzz and talk about the real practical benefits - and challenges - of digital transformation. Read on to get a great overview of digital transformation. ...

CSS Position: Relative vs Position Absolute

The CSS position property defines, as the name says, how the element is positioned on the web page. There are several types of positioning: static, relative, absolute, fixed, sticky, initial, and inherit. First of all, let's explain what all of these types mean. Static - this is the default value, ...

The Fundamental Methods Necessary for CD/CI Success

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Microservices and Data Virtualization

Everett Griffith had written recently an article about Microservices & Graphql as an API Gateway for microservices. Graphql really seduces me, because of the pattern it represents to me, and that I would call Data Virtualization. Graphql proposes to aggregate datas from multi-sources, and t ...

3 Common Mobile App Performance Problems and How to Avoid Them

Why is the issue of mobile app performance pushed aside by their creators? Why is the short path most frequently chosen with regard to developing a mobile application? Why does this path lead to enormous costs and, in consequence, hinder the software development process? The topic might seem ve ...

Authentication Using Twitter in ASP.NET Core 2.0

Introduction Sometimes, we want users to log into our application using third-party applications such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, etc. In this article, we are going to look into authentication of an ASP.NET Core app using Twitter. Prerequisites Install .NET Core 2.0.0 or above SDK from&nbs ...

Node.js RESTful API to Create Interactive Charts

In this tutorial, I will show you how to build a web application that reads data from a database and uses the Highcharts Cloud API to create, duplicate and delete a chart. I will be using the following technologies: Node.js, Express.js, MongoDB, and jQuery. Basic knowledge of JavaScript, Node.js, an ...

MongoDB Drops ACID

MongoDB 4.0 will add support for multi-document transactions, making it the only database to combine the speed, flexibility, and power of the document model with ACID data integrity guarantees. Through snapshot isolation, transactions provide a globally consistent view of data, and enforce all-or ...

Microinteractions: Building Meaningful Connections With Users Through Design

The devil is in the details. The saying sounds especially true when applied to mobile design and UX. One single mistake in your UX can lead to disastrous consequences, increasing churn and uninstall rates, thus causing negative reviews. On the other hand, well-crafted UX details can add a unique ...

Performance Roundup: Back in Action (The SQL)

Hola, bonjour, namaste, guten tag, salutation, and heeeeyyyy! It is again time for us to take a moment from our various tutorials and performance-related submitting to reflect on articles gone by. Articles that made us laugh, made us cry, made us rise from our seats and slow-clap for the brilliance ...

Introducing AWS Lambda

You don’t need a virtual machine to run your own source code any more as AWS Lambda offers execution environments for Java, JavaScript (Node.js), C#, Go, and Python. All you need to do is to implement a function, upload your source code and configure the execution environment. Afterwards, your sourc ...

Accessing Machine Learning Models via REST APIs

Watson Machine Learning can be used by data scientists to create models which can be managed and deployed on the IBM Cloud. Developers can access these models from applications, for example to run predictions. I blogged about a sample scenario to predict whether people would have survived t ...

Getting Started With Java 9 Modules/Project Jigsaw [Video]

Much has been written about the much anticipated Project Jigsaw/Java 9 modules already. But what if you want a simple, practical introduction of how to get started with your first self-made Java 9 modules?

February in IoT: Surveys and Synergy

Happy February, everyone! It's been an interesting few weeks in the world of IoT. As I compiled this list of IoT news, tutorials, and research, a couple of things cropped up I wanted to highlight. First, if you haven't already, please check out this year's Eclipse Foundation IoT Developer Survey! I ...

Your Microservices Effort Will Fail Because You Will Never Decouple Your Business

I’m regularly surprised by companies who are doing microservices which are failing to see the need the change organizational culture, and that microservices will be some magic voodoo to fix all their legacy technical debt. That simply decoupling and breaking down the technology, without any re-evalu ...