22Jun 2017

Issue metrics allow you to analyze and visualize issues (a.k.a. tickets) of an issue tracker using a query language. Benjamin presented this feature in a previous blog post. In this post, I will show how issue metrics can be used in threshold configurations to assess the number of critical bugs. Threshold configurations define thresholds for […]

22Jun 2017

In the past, a benefit to using non-relational databases (for example, NoSQL) was its simple and flexible structure. If the data was structured, a relational database was deployed. If it was semi-structured (for example, JSON), a NoSQL database was deployed. Today, a relational database like MariaDB Server (part of MariaDB TX) can read, write and […]

22Jun 2017

Intro From the perspective of containerization and cloud deployment, Hazelcast IMDG is a perfect candidate. Since it’s Elastically Scalable, you can just add more servers, and they form the cluster automatically and contribute their memory to the ‘shared memory.’ Source: dzone

22Jun 2017

Having understood how to test the Android Activity and Interactor in Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, let’s look at the Presenter and its testing. What Is the Work of Presenter? A) To change the data retrieved from Interactor according to the UI needs. Typically, you may want to decorate the data or derive […]

22Jun 2017

The rise of JavaScript as the lingua-franca for the web has expanded its reach to unthinkable places. What began as a beginner friendly language aimed at designers (and initially cooked up in 10-days) is now everywhere: servers, workstations, databases, desktop environments, and even internet of things devices. However, the low-end nature of certain microcontroller platforms […]