As a performance engineer, we wanted to arm you with a few of the common misconceptions out there, and give you some helpful ways of addressing them. That way, you can push your performance testing initiatives deeper into your Agile process, improving your application and making your end users happy.
Concurrency is always a challenge for developers and writing concurrent programs can be extremely hard. In this course, you will dive into the magic of concurrency. You will be introduced to the fundamentals of concurrency and concurrent code and you will learn about concepts like atomicity, synchronization and thread safety.
When JetBrains announced a change of terms to their licensing agreement on September 3rd, adopting a subscription based model across their developer productivity tools. the company anticipated feedback. What they got was a torrent, with reactions ranging from mildly perturbed to outright apoplectic. Having published a post to express that the company was indeed listening to what its users had to...
We talked to the guys at Push Technology about some press release they did. We have no idea what the original press release was about, but we did learn some great things about compression, modern web service design, IoT issues and bunch of other things.
jClarity, in partnership with RedHat and leading universities such as London Imperial and the Technical University of Dresden, is pleased to be part of the EU Horizon 2020 project to deliver Secure Reactive Enclaves (SeReCa) in the cloud computing space.
Amazon Aurora: The next generation of hosted database services put to the test
With tech markets getting more crowded and complicated everyday however evangelists are the very human points of intersection between developers, marketing powerhouses, and products. For an example of this, just think about how hungry developers and enterprises have been to learn about the hugely disruptive container movement – and how to couple it with their favourite technologies.
Allocation rate is a term used to measure the pace at which the JVM allocates new objects. Allocation rate can impact your application performance in different ways, in this post we will see both how to measure the allocation rate and how does it actually impacts your applications performance.
There are a lot of tremendous managers out there. They look out for our careers, mentor us and teach us, and help us remove obstacles so we can do the work we love. You don’t have to suck up to your manager to show that you appreciate them. So here are some subtle and respectful ways you can celebrate Boss’s Day this year.
How do you know when testing is enough? When there are no bugs? That is a very wrong approach! Instead, stop when certain amount of bugs is found
Roughly a month ago, I summarised Brian Goetz’ peek under the hood of lambda expressions in Java 8. Currently I’m researching for a post about default methods and to my mild surprise came back to how Java handles lambda expressions. The intersection of these two features can have a subtle but surprising effect, which I want to discuss.
The Java performance metrics you need to follow for understanding how your application behaves in production
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