To close out our Neo4j series, we touch on important production deployment considerations.
Automate all the things! Slack slash commands to the rescue
There is a lot of confusion about what microservices are, what service oriented architectures are, and how they relate to each other. Everyone from Martin Fowler to Steve Jones is weighing in on the subject.
With the number of apps and mobile users projected to increase exponentially, developers who create the most advanced technology fastest will gain the competitive edge needed to stand out amongst competition.
In this post I will show you how XpoLog can help you find errors in you java code, which in turn will help you create better quality code.
Page Object applies to UI elements. We (the Arquillian community) has coined a new pattern following Page Object pattern logic called Container Object pattern. You can think about Container Object as areas of a container (for now Docker container) that your test might interact with. For example some of these areas could be:
The past, present, and future of sum.misc.Unsafe
2015 was a banner year for Apache Spark, with the data processing technology igniting interest far and wide across the industry as it became an increasingly common core feature in enterprise data stacks. In September last year, Databricks, the company founded by Spark’s creators, revealed that an increasing number of users are choosing to circumvent old stalwart Hadoop in favour of this zesty...
AngularJS (commonly referred to as “Angular” or “Angular.js”) is an open-source web application framework mainly maintained by Google and by a community of individual developers and corporations to address many of the challenges encountered in developing single-page applications.
Johan Vos offers a balanced look on what Google's shift to OpenJDK means from a developer standpoint.
"Going Reactive 2016: How Microservices and Fast Data are driving mainstream adoption of Reactive systems" collects the opinions, tools, technologies and predictions on Reactive systems from over 3000 respondents...
We thought it’d be fun to offer a look back at some of 2015’s biggest performance testing stories. Or in some cases, maybe all that was tested was our patience. Either way, here’s a quick trip down memory lane.
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