• SpaceX and the future of space exploration

    By Amila Lakshitha Ariyarathna

    Ok. If you weren’t living under a rock the past few months, you might have seen (at least heard of) the Falcon Heavy rocket launch by SpaceX. In case you were living under a rock, here’s the live streamed video from SpaceX’s youtube channel. What’s the big deal? You might...

  • Bali – The Idiocy of Three Days

    By Chamil Chandrathilake

    ‘All passengers on board please fasten your seat belts and prepare for landing!’ The demanding voice of the captain echoed through the speakers as the Boeing 737 aircraft of Batik Air descended towards the grounds of Ngurah Rai International Airport in the city of Denpasar, the capital of the most...

  • Health & Fitness for Busy People

    By Dilini Weerasinghe

    Every human being on the earth needs to be healthy as well as wealthy. So when they try to be wealthy, they forget about how to be healthy. In our daily rush we neglect important aspects, like our health and fitness. In modern life style, most of the people start...

  • How to make a Balanced Life

    By Uthpala Samarawickrama

    “One strong in faith but weak in wisdom has uncritical and groundless confidence. One strong in wisdom but weak in faith errs on the side of cunning and is as hard to cure as one whose sickness is caused by a medicine. When the two are balanced, one has confidence...

  • Offshore Test Management Challenges and Solutions

    By Ishan Randeepa

    Contracting testing management to an offshore vendor is a popular solution, which has many benefits, but there are also many challenges. Several challenges identified when offshore test management happens mentioned below. Adopt and follow the same process and tools Challenge: - Both offshore and onshore teams should be operate same...

  • OAuth Implementation for ASP.NET Web API using Microsoft Owin.

    By Tharindu Jayasinghe

    OAuth is an open standard for token based authentication and authorization on internet. In simple terms OAuth provides a way for applications to gain credentials to other application without directly using user names and passwords in every requests. This is to reduces the chances of user name and passwords getting...

  • The good, bad and the ugly in Micro-services

    By Sandun Perera

    Micro-services is a software system design pattern and also known as a software architecture. This pattern is mostly applied and suitable for large and complex systems. In simple terms, the business components are logically divided into independent services, is called Micro-services pattern. Points of interest in Micro-services Services does not...

  • Factors affecting Sprint planning efficiency

    By Thusitha Kumara Gabadage

    Evolvement of software projects happened gradually. Like all the other technologies, software development and project management modified over the time with the idea of reducing expenses and increasing quality. Software development faced more dynamic and rapid changes in competitive industry and this caused significant amount of difficulties such as changes...

  • Performance Testing with JMeter

    By Chandima Imalika

    “An ounce of performance is worth pounds of promises.” -Mae West In software engineering, the performance of a software is an essential quality attribute as it can completely make the system inefficient and useless. Performance testing in the sense, give a combined idea of load testing, stress testing, volume testing...

  • Newman Command Line Integration for API Testing with POSTMAN

    By Nadeesha Gnanaratne

    API (Application Programming Interface) testing is one of the latest trends in software testing. Basically an API enables the communication & data exchange between two separate software systems. An API contains functions/sub functions which can be invoked by another software system. Testing an API is different from conventional UI testing...

  • Internship Highlights

    By Chandima Imalika

    “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances…” It’s only one day remaining to complete my six months of internship at Geveo. It’s really hard to say goodbye to my Geveo family as I have so much lovely...

  • Presentational and container components

    By Anuradha Malalasena

    Presentational and container components is a pattern introduced by Dan Abramov, React core team member, and co-author of both Redux and React-Redux libraries. This pattern is very useful when developing React applications. Components are much easier to reuse and reason if you divide them into two parts. Presentational Component  Presentational...

  • Dynamics 365

    By Hiran Amarasinghe

    Customer Relationship Management system (CRM) is an essential tool that is used by most of the businesses to gain a competitive advantage. In present customers have more than ever options to select the correct business partner. Therefore it’s crucial to an organization to know their customers from the very beginning....

  • Trip to Bali

    By Chandula Bulathsinhala

    Bali is a small island in Indonesia. It is all about beaches, beautiful paddies, beautiful people, good food and most importantly so much fun…  So let us get to the point. Oh yea please excuse the quality of the photographs. I do not own a camera; as a result, these...

  • Thoughts during this festive season

    By Nalin Marambe

    To me, Lord Buddha and Lord Jesus had something in common although they were born to this world in two different regions, times and faiths. Both of them wore simple robes, of course different in color, lead simple lives. Both of them were on the side of the poor, the...