ITkonekt 2019, which took place on April 13-14, hosted some of the world’s most famous IT speakers. More than 800 developers attended ITkonekt conference. One of the speakers was Vsevolod Brekelov, Senior Java Developer @Grid Dynamics.
ITkonekt 2019, which took place on April 13-14, hosted some of the world’s most famous IT speakers. More than 800 developers attended ITkonekt conference. One of the speakers was Alex Casalboni, Senior Technical Evangelist @Amazon Web Services.
ITkonekt 2019, which took place on April 13-14, hosted some of the world’s most famous IT speakers. More than 800 developers attended ITkonekt conference. One of the speakers was Gerald Venzl, Master Product Manager @Oracle.
It is much better when we are together
Nobody could have predicted that something like Coronavirus would happen to us. In a short time, we needed to adjust to this situation to, first of all, protect our employees, and then to organize in a way to keep business activities as normal as possible.
How do you evaluate a test automation framework? Jana Djordjevic, a Senior Test Consultant from Endava, shared with us several tips and tricks. She added that we do not need to follow them blindly. However, she was certain that knowing them would have helped her greatly when she first started building and maintaining test automation frameworks. While we were considering software testing the question came up, it better to invest time in improving an existing solution or build a new test framework from scratch?
Currently, Stoyan is Development Lead at BULPROS, and works in the company’s headquarters in Sofia, Bulgaria. He shares with us some interesting insights and tells us about his journey from Java Enthusiast to Development Lead.
An encouragement guide introducing 3 popular NoSQL databases to Java developers
Hard to imagine a microservices based project without at least one NoSQL database. It feels like they’ve taken dominance over old fashioned relational SQL databases. However, DB-Engines ranking still has SQL databases as top 4 most used (image 1.1.), but this is mostly due to legacy projects maintaining their existing databases and licenses, and not being able to justify the budget for migration. This conclusion can be linked with the trend chart (1.2.), which shows that in the last 6 years most popular SQL databases have gained no momentum, while NoSQL databases are on the constant rise.