Learn about the features and advantages of the tools Selenium and Watir that will help you choose between them for your software test automation framework.
— Read on dzone.com/articles/selenium-vs-watir
Command line tools are a consistent way for software developers to work across operating systems. See how CLI helps you work with Angular, .NET Core, and more.
— Read on dzone.com/articles/why-the-command-line-why-now
Facebook was tracking your text message and phone call data. Now what?
If you installed a Facebook app to your Android smartphone, odds are good that Facebook has been logging your phone calls and text message data ever since.
Read more @ZDNet http://www.zdnet.com/article/facebook-was-tracking-your-text-message-and-phone-call-data-now-what/?ftag=CAD2e14604
Facebook scraping Texts and Call data from @Android users.
Wanna rethink the iPhone y’all?
Ready to dump the [ F ] anyone?
Take a look at how to reap the maximum benefits from microservices when developing your software or while migrating it from a monolithic architecture.
— Read on dzone.com/articles/moving-to-microservices
This is a good blog entry on going the Microservices Path and the subsequent management of those services and API.
Introduction to Java Bytecode
Follow along this deep dive into JVM internals and Java bytecode to see how you can disassemble your files for in-depth inspections.
— Read on dzone.com/articles/introduction-to-java-bytecode
This is an excellent descriptive article about the JVM architecture.
If you are a Java Dev this is a good primer.
Oracle waves good-bye to Java Enterprise Edition, as the Eclipse Foundation takes over Java EE under a new name, Jakarta, and without the “Java” trademark.
— Read on www.zdnet.com/article/good-bye-jee-hello-jakarta-ee/
Jakarta EE (Formerly Know as J2EE, JavaEE) open sourced and given to @EclipseFoundation.
Things that make you go Hrm 🤔