Java application testing
Software testing can be implemented at any time in the development process. Most of the Java code testing effort occurs after the coding process has been completed. Some software development models will focus the application testing effort at earlier points in the development process. Learn about Java application testing in this topic section, including the design process for testing software processes.
Lasting impacts of software failure and poor application performance
12 Apr 2016
Tip - Customers have a short memory and lots of alternatives, so organizations must ensure that poor performance and software failure doesn't leave a lasting impression on users.
Automated acceptance testing pitfalls to avoid
18 Mar 2016
Tip - How can organizations get the most out of their software testing with the least amount of effort? Here are some best practices on how to sidestep these common automated acceptance testing traps.
Behavior-driven development: Five tips for keeping BDD projects on track
09 Dec 2014
Tip - Many organizations are approaching software design in a new way, with one of the most popular being Behavior-driven development (BDD). Here are five tips to keep your BDD projects on track
Working with legacy code: An easy way to kill hard bugs
12 Aug 2014
Tip - It turns out working with legacy code might not require days of pouring over cryptic comments. For finding and fixing bugs, developers can use simple testing tools to peel and slice their way down to the problem.
Effective Agile testing means leveraging the JMS dead message queue
16 Jun 2013
Tip - JMS messaging is a great way to architect a solution, but smart Agile testing means leveraging the data on the dead message queue.
Finding the cause helps solve future application deployment issues
16 Nov 2012
Tip - Application deployment issues put a black mark on successful enterprise applications. Learn to guard your applications from the most common pitfalls.
How to articulate and define performance requirements
24 Oct 2012
Tip - Don't fall into the trap of failing to define performance requirements for your applications early on in the application lifecycle. If you follow this quick tip, you'll find that articulating your performance requirements isn't that hard.
Water-Scrum-fall: It's not an Agile methodology
07 Jun 2012
Video Tip - The bottom line? You're either Agile or you're not, and if you're not, using water-Scrum-fall to squeeze in Agile methodologies may only create problems and resentment.
OCPJP Java 7 Mock Certification Exam: A Tricky Question about ARM and Try-with-Resources
30 Dec 2011
Tip - The Oracle Certified Professional Java Programmer (OCPJP) exam requires you to know the ins and outs of the new language features introduced in Java 7. This tricky question tests you on your knowledge of try-with-resources and AutoCloseable objects.
Cross-browser friendly HTML code
13 Jul 2011
Tip - Here are some basic guiding principles to help Java developers build Web applications that start out with high cross-browser compatibility, without reworking the final product.