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What is software composition analysis? How SCA helps reduce risks associated with open source software


Dynatrace news. The growing popularity of open source software presents new risks associated with vulnerable libraries. In response, organizations have adopted additional security tools, such as software composition analysis, that scan code libraries for vulnerabilities.

Exhaustive JUNIT5 Testing with Combinations, Permutations, and Products


Test Support Libraries. There are many libraries that make testing better in different aspects. Here are some of them: Agitar One. Agitator automatically creates dynamic test cases, synthesizes sets of input data, and analyzes the results


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MongoDB vs. MySQL: 5 Differentiators to Settle the Debate of DBMSs


Building a database isn't easy at it sounds. Browse through our comparative study on databases: MongoDB vs MySQL. Understand the differences and analyze based on parameters such as performance, schema flexibility, relationships, security, etc.

OKRs Examples for Software Companies


Introduction. Objective and Key Results (OKRs) were first implemented by Andy Grove at Intel in the 1970s. John Doerr, who had worked at Intel, brought OKRs to Google in 1999, where they helped fuel massive growth and raise employee morale.

Tech Transforms podcast: Cybersecurity Threat Landscape, Observability, DevOps, and Remote Work


Dynatrace news. In May 2022, the Tech Transforms podcast explored the cybersecurity threat landscape, observability, DevOps, and remote work through our conversations with the following top influencers in government technology: Richard Ford – Chief Technology Officer at Praetorian.

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Handling Multiple Browser Windows and Tabs in Selenium PHP


One of the common scenarios in a web application (or a web app) is opening up a new browser window (or tab) once the user performs a specific activity.

Apple Is Not Defending Browser Engine Choice

Alex Russell

Gentle reader, I made a terrible mistake. Yes, that's right: I read the comments on a MacRumors article. At my age, one knows better. And yet. As penance for this error, and for being short with Miguel , I must deconstruct the ways Apple has undermined browser engine diversity.

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Continuous Integration Vs. Continuous Delivery: Know the Differences & Draw a Line


Despite sounding similar and overlapping at times, continuous integration and continuous delivery are subtly different. In this article, you’ll learn what benefits individual practices bring, what challenges they pose, their workflows, goals, tools, best practices, and more.

Value Stream Management for CIOs: Maturing Technology at the Pace of the Business


The best-performing businesses are customer-obsessed — and it’s paying off. That’s according to research shared by Bobby Cameron, a Vice President and Principal Analyst serving CIOs at Forrester ®.

Fairplay app – Android & iOS – 2022

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Fairplay App India. Ever since the release of the Fairplay app on Android and iOS in 2020, Indian bettors have had a great mobile betting experience on popular sports.

Manual vs. Automated Software Testing


Software testing is a huge domain, but it can be broadly categorized into two areas: manual testing and automated testing. Both manual and automated testing offer benefits and disadvantages. It’s worth knowing the difference, and when to use one or the other for best results.

What is CI/CD? – Overview, Benefits, and Use Cases


Merge conflicts are one of the worst nightmares a developer has to deal with, and the CI/CD was born to solve this issue and streamline the development process for teams. From frequent changes in the code to continuously deploying updates, CI/CD is the key to modern software development.

What Adrian Did Next?—?Part 2?—?Sun Microsystems

Adrian Cockcroft

What Adrian Did Next?—?Part Part 2?—?Sun Sun Microsystems Adrian Cockcroft, Richard McDougall, Allan Packer and Brian Wong. Los Altos CA, mid-1990’s?—?Photo

More powerful Cosmos DB persistence

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The key to a successful Cosmos DB system is its data partitioning strategy. Like the rows of shrubs in a hedge maze, the logical partitions that divide data must be carefully planned, because that affects the scalability of the system and defines the boundaries for logical transactions.

Notes on: Married to HTTP/3

Tim Kadlec

At #SmashingConf San Francisco , Robin Marx gave a presentation about HTTP/3. Here are my notes. HTTP/3 work started in 2012 with Google working on QUIC, adopted by IETF in 2017, RFC’s published in June 2022. All major browsers support thanks to iOS starting with version 16. What and Why? HTTP/3 builds on top of UDP, not TCP. UDP often blocked as it is frequently used in attacks. The TLS + QUIC layer makes UDP safer to use, but a lot of networks will likely still block for awhile.

Mobile App Testing: QA’s Guide to Types, Challenges, and Best Practices


Mobile apps have become the default option for businesses across the globe, so testing them rigorously before the final launch becomes paramount, which is a complicated task.

How to Choose a Value Stream Management Tool


“The reality is that delivering technology-based innovation is hard, for multiple reasons but which might be boiled down into one word: complexity,” says Jon Collins, VP of Research at GigaOm, in his recent 2022 GigaOm Radar for Value Stream Management.