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Reactive Programming in Java: How, Why, and Is It Worth Doing? Part II. Reactivity
Reactive Programming in Java: How, Why, and Is It Worth Doing? Part II. Reactivity
19 Jul 2021   
Reactive programming is one of the most popular trends nowadays. Learning this approach is a cumbersome process, especially if you do not have relevant materials. This article may serve as a kind of digest.
Testing Applications with JUnit5 and JMock. Part 2
Testing Applications with JUnit5 and JMock. Part 2
12 Oct 2020   
The second part of our article on testing applications with JUnit5 and JMock. Check it out.
Dependency Injection and Testing in JUnit 5
Dependency Injection and Testing in JUnit 5
25 Mar 2020   
Abstract: The article discusses the new possibilities to provide parameters to JUnit 5 unit tests, through dependency injection. We present how this may be effectively done, how to use different parameter resolvers, how to write repeated and parameterized tests.
Building Java Client/Server Applications with TCP
Building Java Client/Server Applications with TCP
17 Feb 2020   
Abstract: TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) is a connection-based protocol that provides a reliable flow of data between two computers. It also provides a point-to-point channel for applications that require reliable communications. The Java programming language supports, through the java.net package, a suitable API for developing client/server applications that use this protocol for communication.
Migrating from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5: replacing rules with the extension model. Part 2
Migrating from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5: replacing rules with the extension model. Part 2
7 Jan 2020   
Time to focus on the new Junit 5 approach in our second article of the series where we talk about migrating from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5. Check it out.
Migrating from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5: replacing rules with the extension model. Part 1
Migrating from JUnit 4 to JUnit 5: replacing rules with the extension model. Part 1
17 Dec 2019   
JUnit 5 Jupiter is the combination of the new programming model (annotations, classes, methods) and extension model for writing tests and extensions in JUnit 5. The Jupiter sub-project provides a test engine for running Jupiter based tests on the platform. In contrast to the previously existing runners and rules extension points in JUnit 4, the JUnit Jupiter extension model consists of a single, coherent concept: the Extension API.
Luxoft Training Romania becomes an ISTQB Accredited Training Provider
Luxoft Training Romania becomes an ISTQB Accredited Training Provider
1 Oct 2019   
The Foundation Level is the first step in the certification process. It is aimed at individuals who are looking to start a career in testing or those who are involved in these activities and are looking to test their knowledge and skills against industry best practices.
The Test Automation Pyramid
The Test Automation Pyramid
16 May 2019   
The test automation pyramid proposed by Mike Cohn can help you find the best approach to test automation.
Using the Cognitive Conceptualization Diagram in Organizational Transformations. Part 2
Using the Cognitive Conceptualization Diagram in Organizational Transformations. Part 2
11 Apr 2019   
The second part of our article on how to manage organizational transformations through the use of the Cognitive Conceptualization Diagram (CCD).
Get your IIBA certification with Luxoft Training
Get your IIBA certification with Luxoft Training
16 Feb 2018   
Luxoft Training has received the status of Endorsed Education Provider (EEP) by the International Institute of Business Analysis.

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