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Little Law of Queuing Theory and How It Impacts Load Testers (Article)

Microsoft Testing Services Team

“Load testing is all about queuing, and servicing the queues. The main goals in our tests are parts of the formula itself. For Example: the response times for a test is equivalent to service times of a queue, load balancing with multiple servers is the same as queue concurrency.  (…)


Six Skills That Great Programmers Master! (Article)

Manoj Kumar

“Have you ever thought about the skills that make great programmers great? A lot of it has to do with more than just their grasp of their chosen languages and frameworks.” (…)


The Complete Software Developer’s Career Guide: How to Learn Programming Languages Quickly, Ace Your Programming Interview, and Land Your Software Developer Dream Job (Book)

John Sonmez

“Early in his software developer career, John Sonmez discovered that technical knowledge alone isn’t enough to break through to the next income level – developers need “soft skills” like the ability to learn new technologies just in time, communicate clearly with management and consulting clients, negotiate a fair hourly rate, and unite teammates and coworkers in working toward a common goal.”(…)


.NET DevChat: Structuring Maintainable JavaScript Code Within Your ASP.NET MVC Apps (live demo) (Video)

Progress Telerik

“For the dedicated ASP.NET MVC developer, JavaScript may not be a comfortable language to tinker with. However, you often need to write JavaScript code as you build your ASP.NET MVC applications.” (…)


Elastic Load Balancing with Ranga Rajagopalan (Podcast)

SE Daily

“Computational load is the amount of demand that is being placed on a computer system. “Load” can take the form of memory, CPU, network bandwidth, disk space, and other finite resources.” (…)


Bottery (Github)

Google

“Bottery is a syntax, editor, and simulator for prototyping generative contextual conversations modeled as finite state machines” (…)

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