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.NET Core ready?

    April, 2017   What is .NET Core?   During the past several years, Microsoft had countless changes. When talking about the future Microsoft is moving towards, the developers that are creating products using the Microsoft tools can’t seem to avoid mentioning .Net Core. .NET Core is .NET implementation with characteristics such as high performances, security,

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    Jenkins setup for executing Windows Forms automated tests

      April, 2017 Introduction   While configuring Jenkins for running web automated tests on both Windows and Linux installations is quite simple, configuring Jenkins for automated execution of Windows Forms automated tests requires additional configurations as well as “helper” jobs that will keep login session live, so tests can be scheduled and executed without any human

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      SnapLogic and NetSuite integration

        April, 2017 We already talked about what is SnapLogic, presented a real picture of the platform and shown the main benefits from using it in our SnapLogic ETL to Redshift dimension loading blog post. So, I don’t want to brag about the platform itself, but here I’ll talk about real problems that we faced and

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        Amazon Kinesis Analytics Introduction

          April, 2017 The rise of streaming data   A stream can be defined as a sequence of data, continuously generated by different sources. Streams have potentially unlimited data unlike any other collection of finite data used in the traditional batch processing. Now, where can examples of stream data in the real life be found, and

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          Debug deployed BW6 application on specific domain

            March, 2017 Debugging is a very helpful process to identify why some issue/error happened. We need to get detailed messages which can help us trace through to the cause of an issue. In some software we can adjust logging levels to capture different types of messages for different loggers. Starting in Eclipse V3.0 and further

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