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Stream Big Data with Apache Kafka Integration

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Apache Kafka is being increasingly integrated into a variety of systems and solutions, from filtering and processing large amounts of data real-time, to logging and creating metric data into a centralized handler from different sources. Using CData Sync, such solutions can easily be applied to any CRM, ERP or Analytics software. Configuring Apache Kafka Destination for CData Sync Setting up the ...

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Hidden Meaning

Good tests should: Run quicklyFail meaningfullyDocument the system under testExplain themselves when they go wrong Consider the following test: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 @Test public void restApi() {     int response = client.get("/endpoint");       // the status code returned from the get     // should be OK, indicating     // the endpoint is healthy     assertEquals(200, response); } You ...

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Benchmark for new string methods of Java 11

While I was checking what’s new in Java 11, I saw that there are several new methods for String class. So I wanted to do a microbenchmark with old way of doing things and by using new methods. These new methods are; boolean isBlank() String strip() Stream lines() isBlank() is tested agains trim().isEmpty(), strip() is tested agains trim() and lines() ...

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5 Software Testing Strategies to Uplift Business Growth

The immense popularity of SaaS products in the market has been an important factor in the surge of start-ups delving into the software industry. However, when it comes to developing and putting a software product on the market, just a simple idea is not enough. There are just as many failed software products in the market as similar offerings are ...

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Name Parameters In Tests?

As discussed in What are We Testing Again? from the Test Smells, making the test code explain its test case and test data is a vital responsibility. When writing test code, the best advice is focus on creating understanding, rather than focus on DRY code. This is largely because refactoring tests, requiring us to hide things behind methods or named ...

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Java developer must-have skills

1. Overview Java developer needs to have core skills to build enterprise-level software. In this tutorial, we will see the must-have skills for a java developer. 2. Java Developer Must Have Skills For a java developer to develop and integrate business applications, the person needs to have core skills. The person needs to have an understanding of the customer’s vision ...

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OfficeFloor IntelliJ Plugin

OfficeFloor is now available to develop within IntelliJ. While the plugin was originally developed for Eclipse, we have now isolated the functionality into IDE agnostic bundle.   This means with a bridging implementation, it is possible to port the OfficeFloor plugin to other IDEs. However, for now we are content with Eclipse and IntelliJ for OfficeFloor development. Though if you would ...

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