Java

Capturing and Streaming Database Changes with Debezium and Apache Kafka (Part 2) – Example

This article uses an example to show how relational databases can be better managed with Debezium and Apache Kafka.

Java,.NET
7 min

Capturing and Streaming Database Changes with Debezium and Apache Kafka (Part 1) – Theory

In this post it is shown how relational databases can be managed with Debezium and the streaming platform Apache Kafka.

Java,.NET
5 min

Automated Website Layout Testing with Galen

Galen is a framework for automated website layout testing. With Galen the user can formulate his test specifications using his own program code.

Quality Assurance,Web,Java
4 min

Successful Collaboration with Students from Zittau/Görlitz University of Applied Sciences

In order to give the students a realistic impression of agile software development, the tried-and-tested scrum process model was used.

Web,Java
3 min

Recent trends and challenges in software development

At the “International JavaScript Conference” and the „W-JAX“ We took the opportunity on both of the conferences to exchange intensively with the community and to ask them some questions.

Web,Java
4 min

The Dark Side of Parsing

Generally speaking, native database queries in an application complicate its maintainability and the possibility to develop independently of a specific database. Within the framework of a performance analysis of an old Java application with an Oracle database, we discovered another aspect that constitutes an argument against using this kind of query: the performance compared to prepared statements in the context of an Oracle database.

Java
4 min

What’s new in JUnit 5?

If you are a Java developer then chances are high you are using JUnit in your project – the most popular unit testing framework for Java.

Java
4 min

Risks of Modified Cookies

Now, at the end of the year, cookies are increasingly circulating again. Being properly prepared can help you manage this risk.

Web,Cloud,Java,.NET
4 min

Duck Typing & Java 8 Method References

Some programming languages provide a feature with the rather strange name “duck typing”. Unfortunately, Java is not one of them. In this post, I am going to briefly explain what duck typing is, and how to achieve at least a similar effect using the method references introduced in Java 8.

Java
8 min

Test-driven Development

Usually traditional testing is only done when there is something to test. What is the benefit of the test-driven development method for agile projects?

4 min