TestNG is a powerful test framework that enables developers to write flexible tests with grouping, sequencing and data-driven features. It even makes writing parallel tests easy. In this article, Nick Tan explains how to efficiently run and debug TestNG test cases within Eclipse IDE.
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No matter how you change the wiring, there is one major issue – ultimately, you need to take money from one bank and pay it into another bank. Still, the world is changing and alternative payment options are springing up like mushrooms after the rain. Let’s see where they are heading.
Things are starting to move fast in the Java EE 8 universe. We checked in to see what happened in the past month, just to make sure you didn’t miss anything important. The big news is the final release version for JSF 2.3 but that’s not all that happened in March!
Switching over to microservices and DevOps might be costly. But not doing so might be even worse. Jerome Louvel explains why API-first is catching on and why we all should embrace the microservice revolution.
We’re super excited for Stefanos Zachariadis’ talk at JAX Devops. Here, he explains how to write some acceptance tests without any errors specifically for FinTech.
What if your IDE could teach you why some coding is bad, show you best practices, and give you examples of fixes? In this post, Julien Henry explains how SonarLint —accessible from the Eclipse Marketplace— can help you code better.
Listen, we’ve all been there. Angular 2 was… tolerable. But everything changed when Angular 4 was released earlier this week. Let’s work our way through the emotional rollercoaster that was this software release.
Tired of the tedious, unglamorous drudge work of programming? Then why don’t you try and sell your soul to the devil?
JSF has been around forever but it’s still near and dear to our hearts. In this article, Josh Juneau explains some of the newest features of this old workhorse, including the new API enhancements, CDI alignment improvements, and even some timely updates.
Working from home is more than just staying in your pajamas and taking a few calls. Joseph Cruz explains the pros and cons of becoming a remote worker as a developer.
“Ship code at the push of a button!” In preparation for his talk at JAX DevOps, speaker Jussi Nummelin shows us how to keep up with contemporary software development: move fast, make rapid changes, and adapt.
Over 64,000 developers responded to the 2017 Stack Overflow developer survey. Let’s take a look to see how they learn, how they work, and who they are.