Nonfunctional Testing: an Introductory Guide
Tests represent an extremely important step in the software development process, as they aim to validate if an application is working correctly and if it meets the specified requirements. In this context, we can apply several techniques at different times and in different ways to validate the main aspects of the software. To prevent testing from being a mere step in the development cycle, implementing a process related to this ensures greater control of testing activities and, consequently, more quality of the software. Learn more about nonfunctional testing from Rhuan Souza on Testim’s blog.
How to Plan Your Cloud Security Architecture
Planning your cloud security architecture is not easy, partially because the cloud itself is complex. There are dozens if not hundreds of services and even more configuration possibilities. There are also different cloud providers. But the fact that it’s not easy doesn’t mean you’re doomed. In this post on Traceable’s blog, you’ll learn some essential tips and tricks about planning your cloud security architecture.
How to Create a Slack Group: A Painless Tutorial
Every day, millions of users across the globe spend, on average, nine hours per day logged into Slack. More than half of these users are in nontechnical roles. Although Slack is generally easy to use, it can be quite geeky. This article is for people who do not have a technical background and are new to Slack. It assumes no prior knowledge and will cover the basics of how to create a Slack group and group messaging. To start: What exactly are Slack groups? Let’s dig in in this post from John Pereira on Wrangle’s blog.
How to Conduct a Survey on Slack, With and Without Plugins
Surveys are an important tool that clearly represents your team’s views, measures effectiveness, and clarifies expectations. They also offer a means to consider development opportunities, thus making sure your team members’ opinions count and are heard. This post from Gift “Gigi” Kenneth on Wrangle’s blog will cover the differences between a survey and a poll, demonstrate how to create a survey on Slack with and without plugins, and compare two popular tools used to create Slack surveys.
How to Create Checklists in Slack, Assign Due Dates, and More
Slack is a powerful tool used by teams today for communication and managing work remotely. However, Slack also has some lesser-known capabilities that can actually be helpful in project-management-related tasks. One of them is the ability to create checklists. A checklist in Slack is an efficient way to create to-do items and strike them off in collaboration with your teammates. Creating to-do lists in Slack can help you supercharge your productivity as a team and work together more efficiently. So in this post from Siddhant Varma on Wrangle’s blog, we’ll walk through how to create checklists in Slack, assign due dates, and enable collaboration on them using Slack posts.
MySQL JOIN Clause: A Detailed Guide
MySQL joins undoubtedly belongs to the list of database techniques everyone should know. After all, a common need when using a relational database is to combine data from more than one table, creating a cohesive result. In this post from Carlos Schults on CoderPad’s blog, we’ll cover the JOIN clause in MySQL.
Svelte Vs. React: Which Is Better?
As a front-end developer, you might ask yourself what framework would be the best to use in a project. Should you go with React? Is Svelte a more beginner-friendly choice? Last year, React was recognized as the most popular front-end framework. However, React had some limitations, so an equally good alternative, Svelte, is also broadly popular in the developer community. In this post from Siddhant Varma on CoderPad’s blog, we’ll compare React and Svelte according to some key factors. By the end of this post, you should be able to make a clear decision as to which library is best for your project.