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Going Native

If I look at recent projects, I’ve used various forms of Git, a few variations on Jenkins, and the leading repository services – Artifactory and Nexus. In general, most of my recent work has been backed in some ways by AWS. Similarly, most of the services, have been self-hosted. I can’t quite bring myself to switch from GitHub or GitLab ...

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Notes on CodeBuild and CodePipeline

Shall we use Jenkins or CodeBuild? The eternal question. On the one hand, Jenkins allows you define builds and pipelines inside your repository, on the other hand, a Jenkins server is something of a beast to maintain. CodeBuild and CodePipeline are essentially serverless Jenkins… but with some key stuff missing What’s Missing? Some Bad Things Are Gone Server patchingManagement of ...

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The Best Java Testing Frameworks to focus in 2021

The first word that comes into our mind when you say software development is ‘Java’. It has had such an impact on the modern tech world that practically revolves around it. It is undeniable that cross browser testing is used to strengthen the overall user experience of the application. For a Java developer, it is undoubtedly important to focus on ...

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The Syslog Hell

Syslog. You’ve probably heard about that, especially if you are into monitoring or security. Syslog is perceived to be the common, unified way that systems can send logs to other systems. Linux supports syslog, many network and security appliances support syslog as a way to share their logs. On the other side, a syslog server is receiving all syslog messages. ...

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Making the Case for Digital Renovation

Are you working for an enterprise that utilizes outdated software? Old software, or legacy systems, pose threats to businesses looking to streamline processes, cut costs, and stay innovative. While users resist change and implementing new software is neither easy nor always feasible, opting for digital renovation can bridge legacy systems to modern demands. Legacy Systems Cost Your Business Too Much ...

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Handling Actions Class in Selenium and its usage

Selenium is considered one of the best testing tools for automating web applications. It is a powerful tool with built-in features to support all types of actions related to the keyboard and mouse. The user performs various operations while exploring the web like clicking any button, entering text, Double click, right-click, drag-and-drop, select from the drop-down menu, resize, etc. Actions ...

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Developers Are Obsessed With Their Text Editors

Developers are constantly discussing and even fighting about text editors and IDEs. Which one is better, why is it better, what’s the philosophy behind one or the other, which one makes you more productive, which one has better themes, which one is more customizable. I myself have fallen victim to this trend, with several articles about why Emacs is not ...

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