Open source software development is rapidly becoming a staple in DevOps teams’ toolkits. Open source software (OSS) allows organizations to — especially at the beginning of their journey — avoid the cost of expensive proprietary software that might … Read more
The Backend Developer is a programmer who creates the logical back-end and core computational logic of a website, software or information system. The main activities usually concern the three functional aspects of the back-end:
Hibernate. It is also able to work on more structured languages such as Ruby and Python.
Database Designing: a Back-end Developer has expertise in database management such as Oracle, MySQL or MongoDB.
Web Tool: is essential to be familiar with SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) and REST (Representational State Transfer) for integration with different infrastructures.
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It should be clear to everyone by now that automating code testing is not a whim, a habit of some programmers, nor an optional activity. It is a necessity that helps you to be confident that your code does what it should, and allows you to change it … Read more
From Hoverfly to Lyft Envoy, there are a number of tools available for troubleshooting and debugging microservices. But even with tools in hand, debugging microservices can be a challenge. With so many layers of potential abstraction and complexity, … Read more
Table Of ContentsProgramming language communities Software Developers in 2020: contributing to open-sourceDevOps Participants and Adoption by DevelopersWhere do machine learning developers run their code in 2020?Augmented Reality (AR) and … Read more
Infrastructure as Code Infrastructure as Code (IaC) uses a high-level descriptive coding language to automate the provisioning of IT infrastructure. This automation eliminates the need for developers to manually provision and manage servers, … Read more
If an engineering manager takes on the same tasks as the team as part of their everyday responsibilities, it creates a confusin Sourced through Scoop.it from: sdtimes.com There is very little difference between an engineering manager and traditional … Read more
We live in an interconnected world whose fabric is wired in software threads. Application Programming Interfaces contribute to this fabric through the optimization of resources such as time and money. Thanks to the sharing of APIs, the full potential … Read more
Table Of ContentsContact tracing in the worldCentralized and decentralized dataOpen source or not? The Italian Immuni appWork in progress: Protetti, the (open source) appThe NoiApp team's philosophyHelping the global community: the case for BLELimits … Read more
According to LinkedIn’s Emerging Jobs Report, there has been a rise of 35% in the number of jobs for full-stack developers every year since 2015, and it ranks as the 4th most emerging job on the same coveted list. Supporting the trend, Indeed also … Read more
According to Dr. Dries Buytaert, creator of Drupal and co-founder and CTO of Acquia, open source will survive and likely grow during the current economic downturn caused by the global coronavirus pandemic and he notes that "organizations will … Read more
While it’s easy to lose perspective as we slog through a daily grind, over the years an enterprise software developer will develop a bevy of skill and garner a wealth of insights. The Serverside takes you through a series of strategies to monitor and … Read more
Once a technology has proved its value, the demand for people who know how to get the most out of it never quite goes to zero. Just look at COBOL programming, currently experiencing a surge in demand due to states still using it for … Read more
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to shut down cities and offices around the globe, developers and software engineers are quickly adapting to operating in remote, distributed teams. The good news is programmers can quite easily work … Read more
For many of us, writing code and developing software is one of best profession in the world. However, software developer habits are full of obstacles, both visible and invisible. This work requires a constant, proactive approach in order for a … Read more
It's common to hit a particular wall at least once in your career. It's called burnout, a special kind of work-related stress characterised by a state of physical or emotional exhaustion that also involves a sense of reduced accomplishment and loss … Read more
The DevOps Institute, recently released “Upskilling 2020: Enterprise DevOps Skills Report.” The report defines the most critical and in-demand skills needed around the world to meet DevOps transformation objectives within enterprise IT organizations … Read more
At Codemotion Rome 2019, Gabriele Provinciali, Oracle Solution Architect, presented Proxima City, a project focused on IoT and microservices to improve our city and lifestyle. Proxima City could be the new frontier of services for smart cities. … Read more
Introduction Laziness is one of the three great virtues of any programmer according to Larry Wall, author of the book Programming Perl. Consequently, it is no surprise that Mario Fusco, senior software engineer at Red Hat, highlighted the power of … Read more
Microservices architectural style has rapidly become the de-facto standard for continuously deployed systems and thus, it is widely adopted. Its main characteristics are enlisted in a definition given by Martin Fowler: the microservice architectural … Read more
Property-based testing suggests a new way to test software, going beyond the example-based approach and stressing your code with random, realistic inputs. Follow this 3-issue mini serie about property-based testing and Kenny Baas and João Rosa speech … Read more