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Data driven testing with Junit & easytest

In this article we are going to see how can we make a Data Driven testing with Junit. For this I am going to use a library called EasyTest. For TestNG , as we know, it has built in data provider. Using easy test, we cam use Junit to do data driven tests. What is Data Driven Testing? When you ...

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Soft Skills on Technical Resumes

I was in Google Docs collaborating on a resume for a Resume Raiders client the other day when a comment popped up regarding soft skills. The client was an accomplished mobile developer with many years of experience, but he wanted to be sure that his “ability to communicate with clients, present ideas, and collaborate on designs and specifications” was prominently featured on ...

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Achieve better user experience with application performance monitoring and troubleshooting

It is every developer’s dream to deploy a robust application devoid of 4xx and 5xx errors, with minimal response time, increased traffic and millions of page views. Sadly, achieving this idealistic scenario remains a herculean task. Instead we are faced with a war room situation where everyone plays a blame game for poor performance metrics and debugging becomes a wild ...

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Creating a SQL Database Project for Isolated Development

Introduction Working with a team of developers often poses challenges and causes frustrations with managing the development database. There are many good approaches to solving the problems of interfering with each others’ code, but my preferred solution has become the SQL Server Database Project in Visual Studio. This article will show you how to take an existing SQL database and ...

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Creating Expedient Microservices in Rust and Diesel

Rust is one of the most talked about languages out there right now. While the language just hit 1.0 last May, it has quickly developed in stability and features. Because of this rapid but stable growth, Rust has really caught the attention of many in the programming world. However, what makes Rust so attractive? Is it worth our time and ...

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Amend Your Contract To Allow For Side Projects

The other day Joel Spolsky blogged a wonderful overview of the copyright issues with software companies in terms of its employees. The bottom line is: most companies have an explicit clause in their contracts which states that all intellectual property created by a developer is owned by the employer. This is needed, because the default (in many countries, including mine) ...

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MVC vs. OOP

Model-View-Controller (MVC) is an architectural pattern we all are well aware of. It’s a de-facto standard for almost all UI and Web frameworks. It is convenient and easy to use. It is simple and effective. It is a great concept … for a procedural programmer. If your software is object-oriented, you should dislike MVC as much as I do. Here ...

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