Hello friends, here I am going to discuss about top developer friendly tech news today. Please go through theses articles to learn more.
Quality Sense Podcast: Sumit Agarwal — DevOps and Testing
In today’s Quality Sense episode, Federico has a conversation all about DevOps and testing with Sumit Agarwal, the Lead Cloud Architect for a global fin-tech leader with over $4.5 billion in revenues that helps clients get ahead of today’s challenges. Listen to today’s episode where they touch upon the origin of DevOps, testing and dealing with legacy code, and making the necessary culture shifts to successfully implement modern software delivery practices. Read More
Should you avoid the hype around cloud adoption?
Cloud computing refers to several technologies in a multi-cloud reality delivering on-demand computing services over the internet. The cloud is a key pillar of digital transformation and is one of the services that is being invested in by organizations. Read More
4 Mistakes That Prevent Your Java APIs From Having More Users.
When you have more people using your Java APIs, your projects grow and naturally you become a better engineer. You become more likely to increase your incomes and join great new projects. It also enables people to get their jobs done faster. So it’s a win-win situation. Read More
The only guide you need for a static website in Azure — Part 3 Automate using Azure DevOps Pipelines
If you are reading this, chances are you want to create your own static website, want to know more about static site generators, how to host your static website using Azure services, or how you can automate the full integration of your web code and the deployment of your site build. Either way, this series of blog posts is for you! Read More
Defining and Measuring Chaos in Data Sets: Why and How, in Simple Words
There are many ways chaos is defined, each scientific field and each expert having its own definitions. We share here a few of the most common metrics used to quantify the level of chaos in univariate time series or data sets. We also introduce a new, simple definition based on metrics that are familiar to everyone. Generally speaking, chaos represents how predictable a system is, be it the weather, stock prices, economic time series, medical or biological indicators, earthquakes, or anything that has some level of randomness. Read More
Chaos Engineering: Deadlock
In this series of chaos engineering articles, we have been learning to simulate various performance problems. In this post, let’s discuss how to simulate deadlock.
What Is a Deadlock?
Deadlocks tend to happen in multi-threaded applications. The technical definition of a ‘deadlock’ is a situation where a set of processes are blocked because each process is holding a resource and waiting for another resource acquired by some other process. Here is a practical example that may help you understand deadlocks. Read More
Setting The Four Cornerstones Of Cloud Security: Accountability, Strategy, Visibility & Enablement
Cloud migration led to cloud evolution which has led to a cloud-first mindset. With a pandemic push, global corporate enterprise has gravitated to the exponential perimeter. The four cornerstones of cloud security now must be realized.
- Accountability: With a hat-tip to the RACI matrix, identifying responsibility
- Strategy: Envisioning a cloud security roadmap moving forward
- Visibility: Brining an entirely secure enterprise back into focus
- Enablement: Outpacing innovation on the edge to ensure continuous business enablement
Building a Video Chat App with Node.js + Socket.io + WebRTC
Android App Store Alternatives — the Developer View
At first, it looks like the Google Play store is there to cover all of the developer’s needs in-app distribution. It is a very good and popular app store, with lots of tools and APIs for developers. We can have some basic statistics even without the usage of the analytics SDK, we can get tests and checks for common issues, we can set countries for our app to be distributed and many more useful features. It is preinstalled on many Android devices, but not all of them (We will talk about it later in this article). Read More