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Data-driven product development

The need for data-driven product development Product development has many nuances and dependencies. Every product development cycle or SDLC imagined or put forth is found to be inadequate. Every proposed solution falls into one of the many traps present and has proved to be ineffective in one or the other phase of the product’s life. SDLC started with the waterfall ...

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Moving the Service-mesh Community Forward

Service mesh is an important set of capabilities that solve some difficult service-to-service communication challenges when operating a services-style architecture. Just as Kubernetes and containers helped to provide a nice set of abstractions to deploying and running workloads on a fleet of computers, so too is service mesh emerging to abstract the network in a way that gives operators and ...

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JDK 13: VM.events Added to jcmd

CSR (Compatibility and Specification Review) JDK-8224601 [“Provide VM.events diagnostic command”] is implemented in JDK 13 as of JDK 13 Early-Access Build #24 (dated 2019/6/6) and was added via Enhancement JDK-8224600 [“Provide VM.events command”]. The CSR‘s “Summary” describes this enhancement: “Add a VM.events command to jcmd to display event logs.” The CSR’s “Solution” states, “Add a command to jcmd to print ...

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14 Useful (and Free) Plugins for Eclipse IDE

1,667 available plugins and solutions on the Eclipse marketplace online! By the time you read this there are probably even more. If you venture beyond the official marketplace you will find hundreds of other plugins developed to be compatible with your Eclipse IDE. Sounds like a classic first-world problem; too many plugins to choose from. Most of the available plugins ...

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Callback hell and Reactive patterns

One of the ways that I have better understood the usefulness of aReactive Streams based approach is how it simplifies a Non-blocking IO call. This post will be a quick walkthrough of the kind of code involved in making a synchronous remote call, then show how layering in Non-blocking IO though highly efficient in the use of resources(especially threads) introduces ...

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Role of Automation Testing in CI CD Pipeline

The industry widely adopted software development practices: Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment ensure delivering the product well and delivering often. Regular code commits require regular/continuous testing and was it to be neglected can lead to a non-resilient infrastructure. How to deliver a sturdy CI CD pipeline? It is a question for many companies unless they approach DevOps consulting. And even ...

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Defining a Resource

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In Fielding’s dissertation a Resource is described as: “Any information that can be named” … “a document or image, a temporal service (e.g. “today’s weather in Los Angeles”), a collection of other resources, a non-virtual object (e.g. a person), and so on. In other words, any concept that might be the target of an author’s hypertext reference must fit within the ...

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