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Reactive Programming in Java: How, Why, and Is It Worth Doing? Multithreading

10.05.2021   
The idea of reactive programming emerged relatively recently, around 10 years ago. This article series analyzes what reactive programming is, what it brings and gives an overview of various approaches and use cases.

Smart Home: An Example of Development and Implementation. Part 3

03.05.2021   
In the final part of our series, I will share my experience of developing a smart home system. The first two parts described my approach to design and the process of developing a smart home solution.

Upgrade your skills with new courses from Luxoft Training

26.04.2021   
We’ve just developed a new batch of trainings for all you IT&C professionals out there. From AWS and Java to software testing and React.

Risk Based Prioritization Approach – The Way to Provide maximum value in a short time frame. Part 2

19.04.2021   
The second part of our article on the risk-based prioritization. This time we look at the process and benefits of this approach.

How to get your ECBA™ certification. Webinar recording

13.04.2021   
Are you preparing for the ECBA certification or thinking about taking the exam? Our webinar provides everything you need to know about it.

Smart Home: An Example of Development and Implementation. Part 2

05.04.2021   
In the second part of our series on the smart home I will share my experience with developing a smart home system for a two-room apartment. In the first article I talked about my approach towards designing and developing a smart home system, and in the third one I will look at the solution that has been operating for 4 years already.

Behavior Driven Development with JUnit 5. Part 6

23.03.2021   
The last article in our series on Behavior Driven Development with JUnit 5.

Risk Based Prioritization Approach – The Way to Provide maximum value in a short time frame

15.03.2021   
Risk Based Prioritization is a fundamental step in the quest of providing maximum value in a short time frame. It actually streamlines your entire software development process, if done religiously and effectively.

Okey, Guru! Classic Testing Mistakes – Then and Now

09.03.2021   
Once upon a time, in 1997, Brian Marick wrote an article entitled “Classic Testing Mistakes.” In his article he classified testing mistakes into several groups which are listed below. In 2009, I analyzed the then current state of those mistakes and the tendency seemed encouraging. Now, 11 years later, I decided to conduct a new analysis of those mistakes and share my opinion, evaluations, and doubts.

Behavior Driven Development with JUnit 5. Part 5

02.03.2021   
The fifth part of our article on Behavior Driven Development with JUnit 5. Happy reading.

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