Mon.Dec 09, 2019

Which Programming Language Is Most Popular for UI Test Automation in 2019?


Which language do you use for test automation? There is always a lot of uncertainty around which programming language to use when starting a new test automation project. Should you go with the same language that the development team is using? Or should you choose a language that has an abundance of community support so that you can easily get help when stuck? These are critical points to consider. You may also like: 10 Programming Languages You Should Know in 2019. What Our Data Is Saying.

Re-Slaving a Crashed MySQL Master Server in Semisynchronous Replication Setup


In a MySQL 5.7 master-slave setup that uses the default semisynchronous replication setting for rpl_semi_sync_master_wait_point , a crash of the master and failover to the slave is considered to be lossless. However, when the crashed master comes back, you may find that it has transactions that are not present in the current master (which was previously a slave).


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Find the user session data you need and better understand customer experience with new USQL functions


Dynatrace news. To enhance your customers’ digital experiences, you need to see your application through their eyes. Every single click your end users make while using your application provides valuable insights into how well your application is performing and meeting your customers’ needs. With Dynatrace user session queries, you can analyze every single click that your customers make and get insights into how each of your users experiences your application.

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An overview of the SQL Server Profiler

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In this article, we will describe SQL Server Profiler and how it can be used. In addition, we will mention the tools that are integrated with it- plans about its deprecation, and what are the alternatives? Introduction SQL Server Profiler is a tracing tool provided by Microsoft since SQL Server 2000 version. It is used […]. Monitoring SSAS monitoring Utilities

Fallacy #5: Topology doesn't change

Particular Software

It's easy for something that started out simply to become much more complicated as time wears on. I once had a client who started out with a very noncomplex server infrastructure. The hosting provider had given them ownership of an internal IP subnet, and so they started out with two load-balanced public web servers: X.X.X.100 and X.X.X.101 (Public100 and Public101 for short). They also had a third public web server, Public102, to host an FTP server and a couple random utility applications.