In today's rapidly changing IT world, database experts who wish to remain
relevant must keep up-to-date on all kinds of technology - both
database-related and other.
DBAs should understand new data-related technologies but also other newer
technologies that interact with database systems. Don't ignore industry and
technology trends simply because you cannot immediately think of a
database-related impact. Many non-database-related "things" eventually find
their way into DBMS software and database applications. An example for that
is Agile methodologies, such as DevOps and Continuous Delivery which until
recently were not thought of as part of the database eco-system.
Here is my list of the top 18 news and opinion sites that DBAs, database
developers, SysAdmin, and other database pros should check on a regular
Database Journal - Billing itself as the knowledge... (more)
Typemock, a provider and pioneer of easy unit testing solutions, announced on
Tuesday the launch of Isolator++ for Linux. Isolator++ for Linux enables easy
unit testing of C++ on the Linux distributions, Ubuntu, Fedora (Red Hat) and
SUSE (Novell). This release marks Typemock's ability to offer unit testing
tools and mocking frameworks for multiple platforms and enable organizations
that work on Windows and Linux to benefit from one solution for both
Isolator++ for Linux enables unit testing - the foundation of agile
development - of any C/ C++ code (including complex ... (more)
RIA Developer's Journal on Ulitzer
Visual WebGui, a platform for developing business and industry tools,
announced a new application with the launch of E-grou's 5.0.
Visual WebGui has increasingly become the choice tool for developers creating
corporate and management solutions for businesses of all sizes. Its latest
success was confirmed by E-grou, an online document management and workflow
collaboration service. Since 5.0, E-grou has been providing a secure and
configurable vault specific to individual user´s access rights. It enables
control of document life cycle information... (more)
This article was written by Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock.
The first tool you need is a testing framework. You have a couple of choices
there. If you are using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Professional or above,
you already have the Microsoft unit testing framework installed. The
framework comes also with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System.
You may also decide to go with one of the open source
frameworks: NUnit, MbUnit (now part of theGallio project) or xUnit. There
are minor differences between the different frameworks, but the main features
are the same. Howev... (more)
Typemock, a provider and pioneer of easy unit testing solutions, has
announced today the launch of ‘PowerMocks for Windows', a product bundle
which includes Typemock's easy unit testing solutions for Windows .NET and
C++ (Isolator .NET and Isolator ++) and enables organizations that develop on
multi-platforms to benefit from parallel and powerful solutions whilst saving
over 25% on the list price.
The Isolator tools enable easy unit testing - the foundation of agile
development - of any Windows .NET, C/ C++ code (including complex code such
as statics, C globals and non virtual ... (more)