As a tester you are often placed in many difficult situations. You act as the gatekeeper between your company and your consumers, which can create a lot of pressure. You are after all the person who must tell the team, “No, we can’t put the app into production because it can’t handle the load.” And who wants to hear the word “No?” As a gatekeeper, you are an easy scapegoat if something goes...
Would you like to send logs from your Go program code into your Logentries account?golang_logo_300x300.png Thanks to the help of Gal Ben-Haim’s, bsphere Golang library for log entries, Go coders can be sending their logs to Logentries in no time at all.
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Testing in production is an important core competency for any world-class test team to cultivate. In this post we will give you some practical tips to make testing in production an achievable reality – and to mitigate the obvious risks that it exposes.
After we had the chance to have fun and play around with Java 8, the time has come to quit avoiding the grain of salt.
Let me paint a picture for you. You pay meticulous detail to your test plan. You have automated test plans to cover common and fringe use cases. You build performance testing into your continuous integration process like you should. You triple check everything by testing the mobile or web application on multiple browsers and devices. But all of that could be for naught if you forget this one...
The concept represented by volatile keyword in Java is somewhat difficult to understand. In order to save you from painful errors caused by the misuse of volatile, I created an example shedding light into the issue.
An open source tool information that runs your JUnit test cases and generates the HTML report. It also keeps the history of past runs that can be included in your report for comparison.
Logs have been around for a while, not quite as long as the wheel, but not far off. Here at Logentries, we have the mantra of evolve don’t revolve (as in don’t sit around spinning your wheels getting nowhere). We are taking this concept and looking to evolve the way you work with and think about your log data.
This article is first in a series that presents a view of the developer / operations gap from an architect / developer perspective.
Spring MVC, Vaadin, GWT and JSF: A deeper look at stats from the 2014 Java Tools & Technologies Landscape
From the popular "Java Tools and Technologies Landscape for 2014” comes a bit of drill down and analysis specifically looking at usage behavior of Spring MVC, JSF, Vaadin and GWT users, the top four web frameworks according to 2164 developer responses.
Learn how the latest Java 8 and Java 7 builds broke some popular 3rd party tools such as JRebel, Javassist, Google’s Guice, and even Groovy itself.
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