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Software Testing Economics. Typical questions and answers

20.09.2021   
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

13.09.2021   
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

08.09.2021   
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

23.08.2021   
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

16.08.2021   
We’re continuing our series on Reactive Programming in Java. This time we look at implementing and subscribing to an observer.

Software Testing Economics. Testing Strategy

11.08.2021   
The second part of our article on software testing economics. This time we’ll tackle the test strategy.

Reactive Programming in Java: How, Why, and Is It Worth Doing? Part II. Reactive approach

02.08.2021   
The second part of our article series on reactive programming in java. We'll look at the reactive approach.

Software Testing Economics

26.07.2021   
Exhaustive software testing is impossible. In this article series we will examine why this is so.

Reactive Programming in Java: How, Why, and Is It Worth Doing? Part II. Reactivity

19.07.2021   
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.

How Custom Testing Traps Emerge

12.07.2021   
Back in 2009, at a software testing conference, I saw a talk entitled ‘Traps of Custom Testing’. I liked that talk but noticed some things that were missing. Therefore, in 2010, at the next conference, I made a presentation entitled “How Custom Testing Traps Emerge.”

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