Articles by Sysco LABS

Feed Life to Log Chunks

Sysco LABS 16 October 2019

Written by: Ishara Madhavi – Intern Software Engineeing   Have you ever tried to read the logs from an app, web server or a system test? If you have, then you’d agree that it’s no easy task to understand the system behavior from reading these logs. If you’ve ever been reading these logs, and find

Ensure the Quality of your Node Application using SonarQube

Sysco LABS 14 October 2019

Written by: Harith Sankalpa – Intern Software Engineeing SonarQube is an open-source platform developed by SonarSource for continuous inspection of code quality to perform automatic reviews with static analysis of code to detect bugs, code smells, and security vulnerabilities on 20+ programming languages. [Wikipedia] SonarQube platform consists of two main components. Sonar Scanner which scans your code

Know it all on Regression in Machine Learning

Sysco LABS 16 September 2019

Written By: Deshani Geethika – Sysco LABS EAG R&D Team  Where does Regression come in Machine Learning? The following chart describes the main categorization of ML Types of Machine Learning [1] If you are completely new to ML, supervised learning is where a labeled dataset is provided for the model in the training phase. So, according

Byzantine Fault Tolerance in Blockchain Part 1

Sysco LABS 2 September 2019

Written By: Isham Mohamed – Sysco LABS EAG R&D Team  Blockchain. Unless you’ve been living under a virtual rock, this is almost certainly a technology you’ve at least heard of as of late. Even so, it’s a good idea to start at the top.   The most famous implementation of Blockchain was the Bitcoin. A virtual currency that

Introducing Kids to STEM: A Sysco LABS – IgniterSpace Collaboration

Sysco LABS 15 October 2018

“Kids are born Scientists” – Neil deGrasse Tyson Kids are naturally curious, and this curiosity makes their minds perfect for learning. However, early childhood education rarely includes education in Science, Technology or Engineering, failing to take full advantage of their potential. IgniterSpace on the other hand, is an organization that specializes in teaching STEM subjects

Salesforce Lightning and the Smart POS

Sysco LABS 23 March 2018

Salesforce is the world’s largest Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system with customers of enormous scale including Adidas, KONE, The US bank and AWS. But what is it that makes them the leader? Put simply, you’d be hard pressed to find a platform as feature rich as Salesforce.  So, many major companies turn to CRM to streamline their customer management, from approaching potential customers, managing leads and closing deals, to keeping existing customers happy. In the restaurant industry Smart Point of Sale (POS) systems

The Test Maturity Model Integration (TMMi)

Sysco LABS 13 March 2018

Quality – the constant battle to deliver products fast, yet uphold a high level of quality. Engineers have been engaged in this battle since the beginning, and the way they’d reconciled the dilemma was to introduce development process improvements. But this meant there was lesser focus on the testing standard itself. To counter this limitation,

Functional Programming with JavaScript

Sysco LABS 9 January 2018

What is functional programming? A quick google search will define functional programming as: ”A programming paradigm that treats computation as the evaluation of mathematical functions and avoids changing-state and mutable data.” Today we will be diving into what exactly this means. Functional programming is nothing new. In fact, the foundations for functional programming was laid

Full Stack Quality Engineering

Sysco LABS 3 January 2018

Who is a full stack Quality Engineer? The term “full stack” is a widely-heard term, mostly associated with Software Engineering, but rarely in conjunction with Quality Engineering.   So, what exactly is it, and why is it important? To understand this, let’s look at what traditional QA practice is. There are several areas and types

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