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  • REST Assured: CRUD Framework for API Testing
    Montag 3:54 Aswani Kumar Avilala at Feed
    REST Assured Java Library – API Testing REST Assured is an open-source (free) Java library available for testing primarily the RESTful web services. REST Assured is a Java domain-specific language(DSL) for simplifying testing of REST-based web services built on top of HTTP. It supports most commonly used HTTP verbs like GET, POST, PUT/PATCH DELETE, OPTIONS, HEAD which can be used to validate & verify the response of these requests.  Web API Communication
  • Linus Torvalds Weighs in on Commercial Users of Open Source Code
    Montag 3:52 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    This week Linus Torvalds continued a long email interview with Jeremy Andrews, founding partner/CEO of Tag1 (a global technology consulting firm and the second all-time leading contributor to Drupal). In the first part Torvalds had discussed everything from Apple’s ARM64 chips and Rust drivers, to his own Fedora-based home work environment — and reflections on the early days of Linux. But the second part offers some deeper insight into the way Torvalds thinks, some personal insight, what he’d share with other project maintainers — and some thoughts on getting corporations to contribute to open …
  • Test Azure Service Bus Performance by Generating a Million Test Messages
    Montag 3:29 Arun prabhu at Feed
    For the people using Azure Service Bus namespaces, we often have the need to ensure the Azure Service Bus Performance by testing our system integration by generating some test messages on the Azure Service Bus resources. You might need this for QA/Development for performance testing, load testing, etc.
  • Eat That Frog: A Good Time Management Strategy or a Facade?
    Montag 3:14 Fred Wilson at Feed
    There’s a famous Mark Twain saying that goes something like this:“Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.”
  • 10 Top Process Improvement Tools You Need to Create a More Sustainable Business
    Montag 3:06 Fred Wilson at Feed
    A study by BCG/MIT finds that 90% of executives deem sustainability to be important, yet only 60% of companies incorporate sustainability as part of their business strategy, and even less (25%) integrate sustainability into the core of their business model. To generate a clear business case, organizations need to write business operations with sustainability in mind, which can be done by the following two steps:
  • Your Guide to Going Paperless in 2021
    Montag 2:33 Fred Wilson at Feed
    Creating a paperless office was first theorized in 1975, in a Business Week article by a man called Vincent E. Giuliano. The term “paperless office” is still going around but the need for organizations making the switch is becoming more and more obvious.
  • Are We Now Experiencing 'a Great Reassessment of Work'?
    Montag 2:09 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    The Washington Post reports on „growing evidence — both anecdotal and in surveys — that a lot of people want to do something different with their lives than they did before the pandemic.“ In a piece titled „It’s not a ‚labor shortage.‘ It’s a great reassessment of work,“ they argue that „The coronavirus outbreak has had a dramatic psychological effect on workers, and people are reassessing what they want to do and how they want to work, whether in an office, at home or some hybrid combination.“ A Pew Research Center survey this year found that 66 percent of the unemployed had „seriously consid …
  • Top 35 Git Commands With Examples
    Montag 1:43 Rajeev Bera at Feed
    If you are a new or experienced developer, you have to use source control. And good chances are you are using Git to manage your source code.  And to use Git to its full potential, you need to know Git commands. Here you will learn the most helpful Git commands that will take you from one level to another. 
  • Future, A Token of Task Submission
    Montag 1:07 Venkatesh Rajendran at Feed
    Future, A Token of Task Submission I believe, the title is very abstract but clearly explains the purpose. The concurrency package is the boss when it’s come to asynchronous programming. Of course, this is the continuation of my previous articles on asynchronous programming. We have seen creating Threads and make use of Executor Framework for the Thread management. Also, We look at how to submit a task and how is it processed internally in the executor. But we haven’t seen how to check the status or getting the result etc.
  • Unlike Clearview AI, this Facial-Recognition Search Engine is Open to Everyone
    Montag 0:39 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    This week CNN investigated PimEyes, a „mysterious“ but powerful facial-recognition search engine: If you upload a picture of your face to PimEyes‘ website, it will immediately show you any pictures of yourself that the company has found around the internet. You might recognize all of them, or be surprised (or, perhaps, even horrified) by some; these images may include anything from wedding or vacation snapshots to pornographic images. PimEyes is open to anyone with internet access. It’s a stark contrast from Clearview AI, which became well-known for building its enormous stash of faces with im …
  • Electric Vehicles May Drive a Lithium Supply Crunch
    Sonntag 23:39 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    A carbon-free future „will require many millions of batteries, both to drive electric vehicles and to store wind and solar power on the grid,“ reports IEEE Spectrum. Unfortunately, today’s battery chemistries „mostly rely on lithium — a metal that could soon face a global supply crunch.“ Recently, Rystad Energy projected a „serious lithium supply deficit“ in 2027 as mining capacity lags behind the EV boom. The mismatch could effectively delay the production of around 3.3 million battery-powered passenger cars that year, according to the research firm. Without new mining projects, delays could …
  • Twitter and TikTok are Losing the War Against COVID Disinformation
    Sonntag 22:39 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    America’s leading social media companies „pledged to put warning labels on COVID-19 and COVID vaccines posts to stop the spread of falsehoods, conspiracy theories and hoaxes that are fueling vaccine hesitancy in the USA,“ reports USA Today. „With the exception of Facebook, nearly all of them are losing the war against COVID disinformation.“ That’s the conclusion of a new report shared exclusively with USA TODAY. As the pace of the nation’s immunizations slows and public health agencies struggle to get shots in arms, Advance Democracy found that debunked claims sowing unfounded fears about the …
  • On SNL Elon Musk Reveals He Has Asperger Syndrome – and Tanks the Price of Dogecoin
    Sonntag 21:39 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    NBC News reports on what exactly happened during Elon Musk’s appearance on Saturday Night Live — starting with a surprisingly personal monologue: „I don’t always have a lot of intonation or variation in how I speak,“ Musk said, „which I’m told makes for great comedy.“ He admitted he’s socially awkward and said he was the first person with Asperger syndrome to host the show — „or at least the first to admit it.“ „I know I sometimes say or post strange things but that’s just how my brain works,“ Musk, 49, said. „I reinvented electric cars and I’m sending people to Mars on a rocket ship. Did you …
  • Can Apple's AirTags Be Used to Track Another Person?
    Sonntag 20:34 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    As Mother’s Day approached, CNN Business Editor Samantha Murphy Kelly clipped a keychain with one of Apple’s tiny new „AirTag“ Bluetooth trackers onto her son’s book bag, in an experiment that „highlighted how easily these trackers could be used to track another person.“ Location trackers aren’t new — there are similar products from Samsung, Sony and Tile — but AirTags‘ powerful Ultra Wideband technology chip allows it to more accurately determine the location and enables precise augmented reality directional arrows that populate on the iPhone or iPad’s screen. While AirTags are explicitly int …
  • Millennials are Taking Governments to Court over Climate Change. And They're Starting to Win
    Sonntag 19:34 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    CNN tells the story of Luisa Neubauer, a 25-year-old woman who took the German government to court last year — and won: On April 29, the country’s Supreme Court announced that some provisions of the 2019 climate change act were unconstitutional and „incompatible with fundamental rights,“ because they lacked a detailed plan for reducing emissions and placed the burden for future climate action on young people. The court ordered the government to come up with new provisions that „specify in greater detail how the reduction targets for greenhouse gas emissions“ by the end of next year. The decisi …
  • Linux Foundation Launches Open Source Agriculture Infrastructure Project
    Sonntag 18:34 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    „The Linux Foundation has lifted the lid on a new open source digital infrastructure project aimed at the agriculture industry,“ reports VentureBeat: The AgStack Foundation, as the new project will be known, is designed to foster collaboration among all key stakeholders in the global agriculture space, spanning private business, governments, and academia. As with just about every other industry in recent years, there has been a growing digital transformation across the agriculture sector that has ushered in new connected devices for farmers and myriad AI and automated tools to optimize crop gr …
  • 'Mushrooms on Mars is a Hoax. Stop Believing Hacks'
    Sonntag 17:34 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    Several science web sites are strongly disputing a China-based journal’s claim that time-lapse photos of Mars show growing mushrooms. TNW Neural headlined their story „Mushrooms on Mars is a hoax — stop believing hack ’scientists'“ If you believe those images demonstrate fungus growing on Mars, I’m about to blow your frickin‘ mind. Check out this pic. You see that? To heck with fungus, that’s an entire highway growing out of the sand in front of a moving bus. You can clearly see that the Earth’s sandy crust is being broken apart as the expanding highway organism grows beneath it. Or, if you’re …
  • New Study Again Finds Mediterranean Diet Lowers Symptoms of Brain Aging
    Sonntag 16:34 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    CNN reports that a new study has again found that Mediterranean diets can lower your risk of dementia „by interfering with the buildup of two proteins, amyloid and tau, into the plaques and tangles that are hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease.“ „The mountain of evidence continues to build that you are what you eat when it comes to brain health,“ said Dr. Richard Isaacson, who directs the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medicine and New York-Presbyterian Hospital… „For every point of higher compliance with the diet, people had one extra year less of brain aging. That is striking,“ …
  • Capitol Rioters Identified Using Facial Recognition Software, Cellphone Records – and Social Media Posts
    Sonntag 12:34 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    NBC News reports more than 440 Americans have now been charged with storming the U.S. Capitol building on January 6th, with charges now filed against people from 44 of America’s 50 states. They describe it as „one of the largest criminal investigations in American history.“ The largest number come from Texas, Pennsylvania, and Florida, in that order. Men outnumber women among those arrested by 7 to 1, with an average age of 39, according to figures compiled by the Program on Extremism at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. A total of 44 are military veterans. Hundreds of arrests h …
  • China's Out-of-Control Rocket Plunges Out of Orbit, Crashes Into Ocean
    Sonntag 8:34 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    An out-of-control Chinese rocket plunged out of orbit and reentered Earth’s atmosphere in the Indian Ocean (just west of the Maldives), reports CNN, citing China’s space agency: Most of the rocket was „destroyed“ on reentry to the atmosphere, the space agency said. The rocket, which is about 108 feet tall and weighs nearly 40,000 pounds, had launched a piece of a new Chinese space station into orbit on April 29. After its fuel was spent, the rocket had been left to hurtle through space uncontrolled until Earth’s gravity dragged it back to the ground. Generally, the international space communit …
  • Elon Musk Begins Hosting 'Saturday Night Live' – As the World Watches
    Sonntag 5:29 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    This afternoon Elon Musk tweeted a special URL allowing viewers outside the U.S. to simultaenously livestream his 90-minute appearance on Saturday Night Live for the first time in more than 100 countries, starting at 11:30 p.m. EST. The A.V. Club had a sardonic reaction to the livestreaming on YouTube: Good news for anyone looking at tonight’s upcoming broadcast of Saturday Night Live — in which labor-busting vaccine skeptic Elon Musk will be given a platform to broadcast his techno-dystopian brain contents to the world — and thought, „Wow, there’s not enough Google involved here.“ Well, not a …
  • Does XKCD's Cartoon Show How Scientific Publishing Is a Joke?
    Sonntag 3:34 EditorDavid at Slashdot
    „An XKCD comic — and its many remixes — perfectly captures the absurdity of academic research,“ writes the Atlantic (in an article shared by Slashdot reader shanen). It argues that the cartoon „captured the attention of scientists — and inspired many to create versions specific to their own disciplines. Together, these became a global, interdisciplinary conversation about the nature of modern research practices.“ It depicts a taxonomy of the 12 „Types of Scientific Paper,“ presented in a grid. „The immune system is at it again,“ one paper’s title reads. „My colleague is wrong and I can finally …
  • Deno vs. Node: A Detailed Comparison
    Sonntag 1:44 Sidharth Jain at Feed
    What is Deno? Deno a pristine method to compose worker-side JavaScript. It solves many of the problems that Node does. It was created by the same person as Node. It uses the V8 JavaScript engine under the hood but the rest of the runtime is implemented in Rust and Typescript. What Reason Does Deno Utilize Rust? Deno may be a safe TypeScript run-time on Chrome V8. It had been initially written in Go and now has been revamped in Rust to remain far away from potential garbage collector issues. Deno is like Node js yet is centered around security. The rationale that Deno made was JavaScript. Signi …
  • 12 Common Web Design Mistakes To Avoid in 2021
    Sonntag 1:35 Nishant Choudhary at Feed
    It is no secret that the website is the backbone of every business. If you want your business to be successful in this COVID-19 era, you’ve got to have a well-designed website. As, due to social distancing, more and more potential customers are searching for information via the company’s website. A well-designed website can help you grow your business as a flawless design creates a great impression on your potential customers inducing them to take the desired action. Common web design mistakes, however, can quickly derail even your best efforts. And while you hear a lot about what to do when d …
  • EDA 'Model-View-Broker' Pattern: The New MVC
    Sonntag 1:25 Cameron HUNT at Feed
    Virtually every software developer in the world has heard of the ‘Model-View-Controller’ (MVC) Design Pattern, which is not entirely surprising given that it was “first introduced by Trygve Reenskaug, a Smalltalk developer at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center in 1979.” Today, Oracle provides us with a nice representation of a ‚Common MVC Implementation:‘ Now, more than forty years later, and in the context of an emerging star in software integration — ‘Event-Driven Architecture’ — it seems high time for the next generation of MVC to be announced: the ‘Model-View-Broker’ (MVB) Pattern. Here i …
  • 3 Single-Tasking Tips to Improve Your Focus
    Sonntag 1:13 Kristi Anderson at Feed
    You sit down at your desk to compile a report and within a few minutes, you have checked your email, scheduled a doctor’s appointment, and have Netflix going in the background. Our environments and priorities are constantly pulling us in different directions. With so much to juggle, it feels as if the only way we can get everything done is to multitask. Right?
  • Encrypting Office Documents, Part 1: Protecting Local Files
    Sonntag 0:43 Nadya Knyazeva at Feed
    In this article, we will show you how to encrypt your local documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. This will be the first in the series: we will move from a simple symmetric encryption plugin to encrypting cloud files during real-time collaboration. Tools We will use ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors, an open-source office suite for Linux, Windows, and macOS. It is distributed under AGPLv3 and has a publicly available API.
  • IoT World Today: Why Do We Need to Build IoT Projects?
    Samstag 23:57 Anahit Ghazaryan at Feed
    This article is about the prospects of IoT and why we need to build IoT projects. You may think the reason is new technologies like 5G but that is not the case. After the pandemic of last year, we witness an unprecedented usage of the internet and heavy reliance on network-based applications. Today, in 2021, we can say that consumer behavior has changed and it has changed for good. Consumers start relying on IoT devices and that’s why you need to build one today. Here is why. Technology Diversity Drives IoT Growth The Covid-19 pandemic drove companies and consumers to become more technology-re …
  • AppOps with Kubernetes and Devtron – The Perfect Fit
    Samstag 22:02 Sudip Sengupta at Feed
    Kubernetes needs no introduction in this cloud-native world. It was born when I was a middle-aged man. Years later, I am still as young as earlier (take with a pinch of salt) while Kubernetes grew out to be a fine tool that outperformed other platforms in enabling operational efficiency and application resilience.  In the past, I wrote several articles and guides on Kubernetes and supported platforms. But then, in the pursuit of appyness, there is no end to innovation. 
  • Spring Boot: RESTful Web Services With XML Responses [Video]
    Samstag 16:41 Ram N at Feed
    In the video below, we take a closer look at RESTful web services in Spring Boot that receive XML responses. Let’s get started!
  • Discovering Crystal
    Samstag 16:34 Joaquin Azcarate at Feed
    Time for another in the series. Check out other languages we’ve explored in the past at: Discovering Vue 3 Analyzing functionalities in Rust A bit of background about me before we begin our exploration of a new programming language.
  • API Security Weekly: Issue #132
    Samstag 15:56 Dmitry Sotnikov at Feed
    This week, we take a look at the recent API vulnerabilities at Experian, Facebook, and possibly DigitalOcean and Geico. There is also a review of Burp plugins for API vulnerability discovery, and a new API security penetration testing lab. Vulnerability: Experian Bill Demirkapi found an unprotected Experian API that returned a credit score based simply on someone’s name and address.
  • Do You Have a Language for Your Team?
    Samstag 15:40 Vinita Bansal at Feed
    Navigating the culture of a team is more art than science. Unspoken expectations, individual preferences, past experiences, a sense of shared purpose, and relationships between team members dictate a large part of how a team communicates and collaborates.  Without stating, each team develops its own implicit language that determines:
  • Rule-Based Query Optimization
    Samstag 14:47 Vladimir Ozerov at Feed
    The goal of the query optimizer is to find the query execution plan that computes the requested result efficiently. In this blog post, we discuss rule-based optimization – a common pattern to explore equivalent plans used by modern optimizers. Then we explore the implementation of several state-of-the-art rule-based optimizers. Then we analyze the rule-based optimization in Apache Calcite, Presto, and CockroachDB. Transformations A query optimizer must explore the space equivalent execution plans and pick the optimal one. Intuitively, plan B is equivalent to plan A if it produces the same resu …
  • A Real-World Example of a Stream Collector
    Samstag 14:24 Nicolas Fränkel at Feed
    Java Stream’s Collectors methods fit most use-cases. They allow returning either a Collection or a scalar. For the former, you use one of the toXXX() method, for the latter, one of the reducing() one. Let’s imagine an e-commerce platform that implements a shopping cart. The cart is modeled as the following:
  • API Publish/Subscribe Between Zato Services
    Samstag 14:02 Dariusz Suchojad at Feed
    One of the additions in the upcoming Zato 3.2 release is an extension to its publish/subscribe mechanism that lets services publish messages directly to other services. Let’s check how to use it and how it compares to other means of invoking one’s API services.  How Does It Work? In your Zato service, you can publish a message to any other services as below. Simply point self.pubsub.publish to the target service by the latter’s name and it will receive your message.
  • Managing Kubernetes: AWS EKS vs. ECS vs. Fargate
    Samstag 13:47 Vito Clover at Feed
    We all love containers for their scalability. But it might easily become your overhead if you end up managing a large cluster. This is where container orchestration comes in. When operating at scale, you need a platform that automates all the tasks related to the management, deployment, and scaling of container clusters. 
  • Three Wide-Spread Product Owner Failures in 6:09 Minutes
    Samstag 1:43 Stefan Wolpers at Feed
    There are plenty of Product Owner failures. Given that Scrum is a framework with a precise and concise yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone. Explore with me three widespread examples of how Product Owners fail their team in three short video clips, totaling 6 minutes and 9 seconds.
  • Redis vs. Memcached: 2021 Comparison
    Samstag 1:27 Anton Bjorkman at Feed
    Redis stands for REmote DIctionary Server, created in 2009 by Salvatore Sanfilippo. Memcached, on the other hand, was created in 2003 by Brad Fitzpatrick. Both Redis and Memcached are:NoSQL in-memory data structures Written in C Open source Used to speed up applications Support sub-millisecond latencyIn 2014, Salvatore wrote an excellent StackOverflow post on when it makes more sense to use Memcached than Redis. In this post, we provide a current and detailed comparison between Redis and Memcached so that you can make an informed choice about their use in your application.
  • Top 10 Ways to Perform Fast Code Reviews
    Samstag 1:24 Gustavo Silva at Feed
    We Always Want to Be Fast at Code Reviews… How frequent is it for you to be reviewing code at 3 am?When code reviewing, do you find yourself thinking: “I mentioned this before.. We should have some sort of process”. We keep learning a lot at Codacy with our user base which currently supports more than 200 000 developers.