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What is Internet Of Things(IoT)?

The Internet of Things(IoT) can be defined as a network of physical objects or people called "things" that are embedded with software, electronics, network, and sensors which allows these objects to collect and exchange data.

 

1) What is Android?

It is an open-sourced operating system that is used primarily on mobile devices, such as cell phones and tablets. It is a Linux kernel-based system that's been equipped with rich components that allows developers to create and run apps that can perform both basic and advanced functions.

 

iMacros is a leading tool for web automation, scraping and testing. It offers a browser extension and desktop tool to automate your mundane tasks easily. However, the key features required for automation are available only in a premium version. iMacros has few other drawbacks.

 

Following is curated listed of highly rated and enrolled courses at Coursera. The courses are available for FREE.

Courses are arranged in the following category:

 

Physics is the most fundamental of sciences learning it could be both a fun and a challenge. Fun since you get to know the workings of the world around you. Challenge because many a concept in Physics are challenging and can strain your cognitive tissues. Though an online course from a great tutor can easily mitigate this challenge.

 

Following is curated listed of highly rated and enrolled courses in Udacity. The courses are available for FREE.

Courses are arranged based on following Skill Level.

 

Why Selenium and NeoLoad?

Selenium is a favorite tool for implementing functional tests using real browsers for testing. It is so widely used that it has become practically a "must have" requirement for functional testing. Load testing for applications simulates user loads on applications and allows you to analyze both the user response times and your infrastructure's statistics (database, Web server, network components, etc.) to understand any performance bottlenecks better.