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Rock Pi: $39 Hexa-Core RK3399 Raspberry Pi Clone

Radxa is working on a Raspberry pi like board called the Rock Pi that runs Linux or Android on a hexa-core Rockchip RK3399 SoC, starting at $39 with 1GB RAM. The Rock Pi matches the RPi 3 layout, but unlike the RPi 3B or 3B+, the GbE port is native, giving you at least 939Mbps — about […] Original Link

Backspace: ‘Foldable phones’

View the latest contribution from TechCentral cartoonist Jerm. Original Link

Interview: Huawei Enterprise Group’s Alex Du Min and Pinnacle’s Fred Saayman

Promoted | In this episode of the podcast, TechCentral talks to Alex Du Min, MD of the Huawei Enterprise Group in South Africa, and Fred Saayman, Pinnacle’s Huawei business unit executive. Original Link

Real risk of load shedding as Eskom faces coal crisis

Eskom’s coal stockpile situation has deteriorated further, with five power stations having less than 10 days’ stock. Original Link

Vodacom shares tumble on slower revenue growth

Vodacom Group shares fell after the wireless carrier with the most South African customers reported slower revenue growth in its domestic market, as a sluggish economy hurt consumer spending. Original Link

Telkom customers won’t get to roam on Rain

Telkom customers will not be able to roam onto Rain’s network as part of the newly announced roaming agreement between Telkom and Vodacom. Original Link

Atlas Tower said to be in talks with potential black partners

South African telecommunications tower company Atlas Tower is in talks to bring in partners from the country’s black majority to help it expand at home and enter new markets, according to sources. Original Link

All Things You Need To Know About Exhaustive Testing

What is Exhaustive Testing?

Exhaustive testing, which is also known as complete testing, occurs when all the testers in your team are exhausted and when all the planned tests have been executed. It is a quality assurance testing technique in which all scenarios or data is tested for testing. In a more understandable way, exhaustive testing means ensuring there are no undiscovered faults at the end of the test phase. Testing everything (all combinations of inputs and preconditions) is not feasible except for trivial cases. As testers, we often say, “Well I just never have enough time for testing.” Even if you had all the time in this world, you still wouldn’t have enough time to test all the possible input combinations and output combinations.

Strategies for Exhaustive Testing

We know that one of the 7 testing principles of software testing says that exhaustive testing is not possible. Now the question is that, as exhaustive testing is not possible, how we are supposed to get enough coverage to tell that the application under test is tending to not having any defects?

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Deploying Spring Boot and MongoDB as Containers Using Kubernetes and Docker

For this tutorial, you’ll have a Dockerized sample spring-boot application that talks to MongoDB for GET/POST REST APIs and deployed in Kubernetes cluster.

Prerequisites

  • minikube
  • kubectl
  • docker
  • maven

Docker is a Linux container management toolkit with a “social” aspect, allowing users to publish container images and consume those published by others. A Docker image is a recipe for running a containerized process, and in this guide, we will build one for a simple Spring boot application.

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Deploying Spring Boot and MongoDB as Containers Using Kubernetes and Docker

For this tutorial, you’ll have a Dockerized sample spring-boot application that talks to MongoDB for GET/POST REST APIs and deployed in Kubernetes cluster.

Prerequisites

  • minikube
  • kubectl
  • docker
  • maven

Docker is a Linux container management toolkit with a “social” aspect, allowing users to publish container images and consume those published by others. A Docker image is a recipe for running a containerized process, and in this guide, we will build one for a simple Spring boot application.

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