0 comments on “Writing better Feature Files!”

Writing better Feature Files!


My endeavors in recent times have exposed me to BDD in general and to Feature Files in specific. I have over the time realized that there are nuances in writing good FFs, which we tend to overlook. I suggest we…

1 comment on “Being a Software Consultant: Knoldus way”

Being a Software Consultant: Knoldus way


I have been now working as a Consultant for 2 years and I wanted to document my insights and understanding towards the designation. I want to take you through the benefits and the sporadic hardships (luckily!) that have shaped my…

1 comment on “Scala+Gradle+Cucumber = A holy alliance”

Scala+Gradle+Cucumber = A holy alliance


It has been some long time that I have not written a blog regarding my new technological learnings. And that is the void I will be wanting to fill in the coming days. This one being the start. So, I…

6 comments on “Blending Cucumber, Cassandra and Akka-Http”

Blending Cucumber, Cassandra and Akka-Http


Folks, Knoldus has always pioneered the deep diving into the best ways to use cutting edge technologies. In the past few days, one of our team carried this deed by integrating Cucumber with Akka-Http, Cassandra and of course, Scala. In…

2 comments on “Testing Rejection Handling in Akka-Http”

Testing Rejection Handling in Akka-Http


In my previous blog, I discussed how to handle rejections in Akka Http. You may find it here. We left it on terms to explain the testing of it later. Keeping the promise 😉 In this blog, we will learn…

3 comments on “Rejection Handling in Akka Http.”

Rejection Handling in Akka Http.


While working on one my project which uses Akka Http for routing, I came across a situation where we had to use custom Rejection Handler. It was a worthy thing to be shared with all and hence this blog ;)…

0 comments on “KnolX – Akka Streams”

KnolX – Akka Streams


In one of our KnolX sessions, we discussed on Akka Streams. It was a step by step introduction to Akka Streams. It started with the need for reactive streams and moved on with a discussion on components of Akka Streams,…

3 comments on “Our Approach to Code Quality in Scala”

Our Approach to Code Quality in Scala


Code Quality. This term has become quite a rage in the industry with more and more companies devoting more time (and money) to give a better code quality to their clients. But why ?  Following are some of the reasons…