While doing some research on Python, I came across a Stack Overflow question. It was about private fields and methods […]
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Within the Java paradigm there is an idea of Getters and Setters.  The idea behind this is encapsulation… that is, […]
In Java there is an order to how operators are evaluated. * (multiplication), / (division) and % (modulo) are evaluated […]
The data hierarchy of java (from smallest to largest) is: Bits (or binary), which are values of 0 or 1. […]
Java:Basics – Interfaces Like Python, Ruby and other languages, Java is big on inheritance. One can define functionality in a […]
Java Basics In Java when statically typing a variable as a char, you have to use single quotes, as opposed […]
A multi-dimensional array is an array of arrays.  For example: x = [[“a”,”b”,”c”],[“d”,”e”,”f”],[“g”,”h”,”i”]] If you wanted to list all the […]
Basics This is a bit on the basics of grabbing user input from a console, using Ruby, Python and Groovy. […]
Much like my other basic post on functions… R has it’s own use of functions. In R, you assign a […]

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Nothing is worse then finishing hours of work setting up dozens of tests, getting them to work in Chromium based […]
I have been using LambdaTest to leverage their vast emulator base on mobile devices with my automation suite. My automation […]
I’ve become a big fan of LambdaTest recently. As I use Golem as my internal test framework, it was a […]