I show you how I test parsing functions in java using file testing; this is where I could add more files for each test case that I want to run. Testing this way makes your workflow quick and easy. Just add a file and then start to solve issues.
I show off an open-source project I started writing a RabbitMQ executor in Java. This little tool is something you can deploy on a machine in order to execute workloads from a RabbitMQ queue. The executor will run the commands defined by a file and return the result to another queue.
We look into a Travis CI configuration file in order to test Android projects. Github Repository https://github.com/kalaspuffar/secure-quick-reliable-login Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Outro music: Danomate – http://danomate.com – https://www.youtube.com/user/danomate1
We look into the slim framework version 4 and do a quick review. I looked into the slim framework back in 2019 and this is a revisit where I review the changes and see if the latest version 4 has improved from the earlier slim releases. Repository https://ift.tt/3oTKaah Please follow me on twitter Tweets by…
We solve today’s challenge at the advent of code 2020. Come join us and have some fun. Git repository: https://ift.tt/3qha6xP Please follow me on Twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Learn the basics of Java programming and software development in 5 online courses from Duke University. https://ift.tt/2QkqKvO My merchandise: https://ift.tt/3aqGTZF Or visit my blog at: https://ift.tt/3bF6D4l Outro…
In this video we look into how TensorRT 8.2 works. Talk about the improvements made in TensorRT and also what’s new in 8.2.