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Five Tips for Managers of Newly Dispersed Teams

Are you a manager accustomed to Management by Walking Around and Listening (MBWAL)? You can use MBWAL with collocated teams. MBWAL doesn’t work for distributed or dispersed teams. Remember, working remote is Not Business as Usual. (And won’t be for a while.) And, you might still have this question: “If no one’s in the office, how will I know what ...

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Spring Boot tests with Testcontainers and PostgreSQL, MySQL or MariaDB

Testcontainers is a Java library that allows integrating Docker containers in JUnit tests with ease. In a Containerized World, there is little sense to complicate the tests configuration with embedded databases and services. Instead, use run your services in Docker and let the Testcontainers manage this for you. In this blog post you will learn how to configure Testcontainers to ...

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All You Need To Know About UI Testing

Let’s start with a question. What is the first thing that a user interacts with on a website? The interface, of course. The look and feel of the website is the first thing that creates the “First Impression” on the users. An interactive web application can make or break the deal for users, this is why more and more people ...

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Complete Guide To Selenium Locators In Protractor (Examples)

While testing the functionality for your website, especially web elements such as radio button, text boxes, drop-down, etc., you need to make sure that you are able to access these elements. Selenium locators serve this exact purpose, by using this command we can identify these web elements, DOM (Document Object Model), to perform Selenium test automation through our scripts. These ...

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Class JavaDocs Should Be Mandatory in OOP

I’ll admit, the title is a bit of a lie. I actually believe JavaDocs are necessary everywhere: methods, attributes and classes. But let’s focus on classes for now. I should also mention that this idea applies to all object-oriented programming languages. I suppose there must be an equivalent to JavaDocs in most languages. There are many different opinions about the ...

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Clean Unit Testing

It’s easy to write “unit test” tests that use JUnit and some mocking library. They may produce code coverage that keeps some stakeholders happy, even though the tests aren’t even unit tests and provide questionable value. It can also be very easy to write unit tests that are — in theory — units test but are more complex than the ...

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ReactJS Button Component Example

In this article, we build a reusable ReactJS Button Component. ReactJS has grown in popularity and has become the go-to library for front end development. We use it here to display its prowess when it comes to building flexible and reusable, batteries included, components for front end development. The approach we use here is applicable to the development of all ...

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AWS Lambda to save data in DynamoDB

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In this tutorial, we will see how using AWS Lambda we can save data in Dynamo DB. Here are the steps which are required : –Create a table in the Dynamo DB with the name Employee– Create a AWS Lambda function which can save firstName and surName of an employee using a Employee POJO in the Dynamo DB– Create a ...

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