25 Oct 2021
Procrastination is the situation where you negligently delay the process of getting something done, despite possible negative consequences. To some extent, procrastination is a familiar condition for all of us.
Requirements. What do we need them for?
18 Oct 2021
It might seem that requirements are the responsibility of analysts, not software testers. But that is not always the case.
New trainings, new skills to develop
11 Oct 2021
We’ve developed and added new trainings dedicated to professionals working in the IT&C industry, to our portfolio.
Software Testing Economics. Typical questions and answers continued
4 Oct 2021
We’re continuing our article series that covers typical questions and answers.
Reactive Programming in Java: How, Why, and Is It Worth Doing?. Implementations
27 Sep 2021
In this article of our series on reactive programming we look at how to implement reactive streams.
Software Testing Economics. Typical questions and answers
20 Sep 2021
It’s time for another article in our series on software testing economics. This time we look at typical questions and answers.
Reactive Programming in Java: How, Why, and Is It Worth Doing? Reactive Streams spec
13 Sep 2021
Time for another article in our series on reactive programming in Java. This time we’re tackling reactive streams spec.
Efficient Spring Data REST development
8 Sep 2021
In our webinar we showed you how to efficiently build a Spring Data REST application. From its initial creation, introducing the usage of ETags to optimizing the server access through caching and conditional requests.
Software Testing Economics. Testing Outcomes
23 Aug 2021
Another article in our series on software testing economics. Looking forward to your thoughts.
Reactive Programming in Java: How, Why, and Is It Worth Doing? Part II. Implementing and subscribing to an observer
16 Aug 2021
We’re continuing our series on Reactive Programming in Java. This time we look at implementing and subscribing to an observer.