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Why Do You Need Quality Assurance Consulting Services?

We’ll go through why Quality Assurance consulting services are important for your company in this article. 1. Why Should You Hire Quality Assurance Consultants or Quality Assurance(QA) Consulting Services? The competition in the world of software testing is too fierce to manage, and there is no room for error when it comes to quality assurance. Before releasing software to the ...

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Why do you need on-demand testing?

In this article, we will show you what is on demand testing and why we need it. Amazon is one of the developers who creates and releases these apps, which range from small startups to huge behemoths like Microsoft. Regardless of the size of the business, testing is required to ensure that the programs are ready to go live. What ...

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Subscript Operator Overloading: Python vs Kotlin

Being able to access items in collections using subscripting (i.e. with square brackets, like myCollection[2]) is a really big convenience for me. I hate typing method names for this functionality, especially the boring old get() method. Not only is get() boring, it’s incredibly nondescript. (On a tangent: In my opinion, it would be nice if the “default” name for a ...

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API Test Automation with RestAssured Library and Cucumber BDD Framework

Introduction to Rest Assured Library REST (Representational State Transfer) is an architecture that consumes HTTP calls for inter-system communication where a client can access the server resource with a unique URI and a response of the resource is returned. The URI of the resource acts as a resource identifier and HTTP operations like GET, POST, PUT, PATCH, DELETE can be ...

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Using Byte Buddy for proxy creation

With the increasing adoption of Java 17 and its strict encapsulation, several unmaintained libraries that rely on internal JVM APIs have stopped working. One of these libraries is cglib, the code generation library, which allows to create and load proxy classes during the runtime of a JVM process. And while there are alternatives to cglib that support Java 17, migration ...

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Using Nginx as Browsersync proxy

For frontend development, Browsersync is a helpful tool that reduces the turnaround time to a minimum while coding. While serving local files and listening to changes it can also proxy your backend URL and forward requests, which, however, doesn’t work in all scenarios. If you have cases in which Browsersync’s proxying functionalities aren’t sufficient, you can use a small Nginx ...

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The Ultimate Learn to Code Bundle

This Immersive, Multi-Faceted Programming Education (80+ Hours) Will Push You to the Top of the Job Market Hey fellow geeks, This week, on our JCG Deals store, we have another extreme offer. We are offering a massive 97% off on The Ultimate Learn to Code Bundle. Get it now with only $39 instead of the original price of $1186. The ...

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Databricks cross-workspace administration with Powershell and WPF

For quite some time now, I have worked in Data Analytics platforms in the cloud, where Databricks played a major role. Databricks is a cross-cloud product (AWS, Azure, GCP) that was developed by the creators of Apache Spark, and provides a user interface where notebooks can be shared and clusters managed. The Premium version, which is widely used, also includes, ...

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Nobody Expects the SpotBugs Inquisition

We recently upgraded to the latest version of SpotBugs, which is the successor to FindBugs. Its role is to identify risky areas of code and flag them up. We also use Sonar, which recently stopped a build because of a bug which had escaped the unit tests, but would have hurt in production. Similarly, I’ve had runtime areas predicted successfully ...

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