Can you name a peice of computer hardware with a 30 year history in computing? I can: Ethernet. ILJITSCH VAN BEIJNUM over at Ars Technica published a detailed article on… Read MoreEthernet, 30 years old and still rockin’. »
Gatling allows the user (developer/operator) to record a series of actions in the browser of choosing. At the tempo of a real user, multiple steps, form input, reloads; all can be done because the test cases are being created by a real user in a real browser.
Found testing automation tool called Cypress for use with end-to-end (acceptance/user) testing. Tagged as `Fast, easy and reliable testing for anything that runs in a browser`. Having used, abused, cursed at,… Read MoreFirst impressions of Cypress; one word: amazing. »
JetBrains, like many other organizations, doe a yearly survey for anyone willing to take a couple minutes and submit some answers. As such all answers are based on the… Read MoreWhat I learned from the 2018 JetBrains Developer ecosystem survey… »
Found this page during mu morning Twitter read-through. Simple, straight to the point, entertaining. Maybe one day your repo could be on here too. https://www.gitstartracker.com/