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7 Skills To Become A Successful Automation Tester In 2019

With new-age project development methodologies like Agile and DevOps slowly replacing the old-age waterfall model, the demand for testing is increasing in the industry. Testers are now working together with the developers and automation testing is vastly replacing manual testing in many ways. If you are new to the domain of automation testing, the organization that just hired you, will ...

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16 Best Practices Of CI/CD Pipeline To Speed Test Automation

Every software project involves some kind of ‘processes’ & ‘practices’ for successful execution & deployment of the project. As the size & scale of the project increases, the degree of complications also increases in an exponential manner. The leadership team should make every possible effort to develop, test, and release the software in a manner so that the release is ...

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Top 13 Skills Of A Proficient QA Manager In 2019

I believe that to work as a QA Manager is often considered underrated in terms of work pressure. To utilize numerous employees who have varied expertise from one subject to another, in an optimal way. It becomes a challenge to bring them all up to the pace with the Agile development model, along with a healthy, competitive environment, without affecting ...

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Golang – Smarter containers

This post is part of a series where I do my best to organize my thoughts around Go: its paradigms and usability as a programming language. I write this as a Java programmer that respects the principles of Elegant Objects. I wish to make a correction in this post. I want to focus on this statement: Products is not a ...

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Tyranny of the backlog

The backlog is a great idea: all the things we think the team will build, or perhaps: things they might build, and it might contain other work, like evaluation or reviews. Yes, the backlog is a great idea, all the stuff the team might do, well perhaps not all, it is seldom complete, after all, as they say “stuff happens”. ...

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Get rid of pom XML… almost

Introduction POM files are XML formatted files that declaratively describe the build structure of a Java project to be built using Maven. Maintaining the POM XML files of large Java projects is many times cumbersome. XML is verbose and also the structure of the POM requires the maintenance of redundant information. The naming of the artifacts many times is redundant ...

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Monitoring Open Liberty with Prometheus & Grafana

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I’ve recorded a video how to add monitoring to Open Liberty instances using Prometheus and Grafana, by simply configuring server features. Open Liberty can emit technical metrics of server internals if we simply add the monitoring feature (monitor-1.0). The metrics are exposed in the Prometheus format if we further use the MicroProfile Metrics feature (mpMetrics-1.1). In the video I’ll show ...

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