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Software Engineer, skilled in .Net, WCF, C#, Java, Spring Boot. I have been working with many different variants of frameworks. I have professional experience with infrastructure and back-end logic. This enables me to make performance decisions and build applications that are secure and scalable. In a real work environment, I feel more comfortable as a back-end developer to design and built data-intensive applications using mostly Java and C#.

Invoking Different Secure WCF SOAP Services using SoapUI – Basic Authentication, Part II

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In the first post of this series, we created a basic authentication service to be invoked using SoapUI. Therefore, in this second post, we will demonstrate step by step how to use this tool to successfully invoke this kind of service. 1-Basic WCF SOAP using SoapUI – Create New SOAP project Firstly we need to create a SoapUI project and inthe “Initial WSDL”, add ...

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Invoking Secure WCF SOAP Service using SoapUI – Part 1, The service

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In this saga divided into three-part, I will demonstrate how to use the SoapUI API tool to invoke a secured SOAP service. Firstly, I will focus on creating a service where in the next posts it will serve as the system under test. The access to the resource in this service is maintained using Basic Authentication transport security mechanisms. One of many provided by ...

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Microservices in Publish-Subscribe communication using Apache Kafka as a Messaging Systems and validated through Integration Test

Publish-Subscribe Messaging systems play an important role in any enterprise architecture as it enables reliable integration without tightly coupling the applications. The ability to share data between decoupled systems is not a problem that is easily tackled. Consider an enterprise with multiple applications that are being built independently, with different languages and platforms. It needs to share data and processes ...

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