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 wrong. At that point, when all eyes are on you, you might find yourself making the #1 excuse testers everywhere make, ???Well, we didn???t have the right testing environment.??? This explanation is often the product of a testing team under too much pressure and, as a result, compromising the quality of the work.
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.
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 thing: Geography.
If you want to:??? learn about commands used for OS monitoring??? understand about different components of JVM??? monitor and tune JVM to improve its performance.
If you want to learn about commands used for OS monitoring and understand about different components of JVM, this is the book for you
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From software developer Curtis Lassam (who writes about comics and code) comes a comic series called Cube Drone. This is Cube Drone #3: Coffee.
Nobody likes to write documentation. However, in the REST age where REST-based webservices are ubiquitous, documentation for public webservices is a necessity. There are a lot of tools out there that provide REST documentation generation, but there???s one that stands above the rest (pun intended): Swagger. Swagger is a JSON format that describes a REST webservice. However, the strength of...
You've probably heard about Swift by now, even if nobody actually knows it yet. And if you have, you might have noticed that it has a few things in common with Scala. You wouldn't be the only one:
You've probably heard about Swift by now. And if you have, you might have noticed that it has a few things in common with Scala. You...