Blog Category: Java and Custom Development
A Kanban board is a tool used to visualize tasks and their status. Learn how best to utilize this tool in today's post.
At a high level, the software development life cycle includes planning, analysis and design, building, testing, and support. In this post we take a deeper look at one of the most important and complex pieces: testing.
Utilizing Apache tools Spark, Livy, and Zeppelin, together, can be very powerful in helping to tackle machine learning and data science.
Java usually reigns supreme throughout the coding world in the eyes of most, but don't forget about the versatility of Python.
Groovy is a lightweight, object oriented, dynamic language designed to supplement Java development.
Like in all new releases of the database, Oracle has introduced some new enhancements for DBA’s and developers alike. This article focuses on 5 new enhancements that I believe are noteworthy for the Oracle developer community.
It is hard to believe I have been working on Java code for over ten years. I remember getting started in Java working on JSPs or Java Server Pages and Servlets which included putting scriptlets in my JSPs. Later on, I learned how that was frowned upon by true Java programmers. As we develop our Java skills we learn from senior team members as well as from books and blogs we read. Today, we are going to go over some ‘Java gotchas’ and how to avoid them.
Selenium is an automated browser testing plugin that is native to Firefox web browser. From simple sign-on’s and sign-off’s, to intricate browser navigation, Selenium is a tool that can be used to ensure fluid browser navigation.
To be an effective developer you need to be organized, and you need to be efficient. These are 5 tools I use on a regular basis to help plan my day, communicate effectively, and code efficiently. If you find yourself bogged down by your busy workload, try one of these to streamline your workflow.