Here is our monthly selection of knowledge on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about microservices, being a ScrumMaster, requirements, test automation, communication, bug reports, agile adoption, women in tech, software and system modeling, Java profiling.
Text: Should that be a Microservice? Keep These Six Factors in Mind
Text: Do I Need Domain Knowledge to be an Amazing Scrum Master?
Text: How to Conduct Research for Customer Journey-Mapping
Text: Automate all the RIGHT things
Text: Is My Bug for Developers or Product?
Text: The Science of Speaking is the Art of Being Heard
Text: Giving Feedback is Hard. Really Hard
Text: Chrome Developer Tools Features for the QA Engineer
Text: Agile Hiring or Hiring for Agile
Video: 7 Things To Avoid When You Move To Agile
Video: Unraveling the Masculinization of Technology
Video: An Overview of UML (Unified Modeling Language) & SysML (Systems Modeling Language)
Video: Well Tested Software
Video: Java Production Profiling
Tools: XCFit a.k.a (XCUI, Cucumberish and Fitnesse Integration Tests) is a full stack Xcode BDD framework for iOS apps written in Swift. XCFit allows us to write BDD Style API/Contract level, UI and Acceptance Tests with Swift in human readable language using tools like Given/When/Then, Cucumber and Fitnesse in Xcode. We can still use Apple’s brand new UI Testing framework (XCUI) under the hood of XCFit and Cucumberish.
Tools: OmniDB is an open source browser-based app designed to access and manage many different Database Management systems, e.g. PostgreSQL, Oracle and MySQL. OmniDB can run either as an App or via Browser, combining the flexibility needed for various access paths with a design that puts security first. OmniDB is actively developed, automatically tested on a variety of databases and browsers and comes with full documentation.