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Image by WalterPro
Ultra-wide-angle zoom lens test – Trying out the latest addition to my gear a AF-P DX NIKKOR 10-20mm f/4.5-5.6G VR—an ultra-wide-angle zoom lens from my favorite online retailer Amazon.com. And what a deal at 6.95 made even better by deducting for opening an Amazon credit account. Now where else can you get genuine brand new Nikon ultra wide angle lens for 6.95 ! The nearest equivalent is the Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 also on Amazon for 9 and that lens doesn’t have any vibration reduction compensation !

As a side note these images were taken while the Tampa Bay area was under a Tropical Storm warning due to Tropical Storm Emily transitioning the region, you just got to love Florida !

Testing the Lights
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Image by Phil Roeder
I don’t know what it is about Christmas lights that they work fine last year but you get them out of the box this year and half of them don’t light up. So, we bought a bunch of new lights this year and went with the high-tech LED version. They supposedly last longer and use less electricity, but I think you need to have them on non-stop for a decade before you save enough to pay for them. We were testing them on the living room floor before taking them outside to hang, so I figured one more holiday bokeh opportunity.

Kill the mutants, test your tests

We all write unit tests and we measure the quality of the tests with line coverage or (even better) branch coverage… But this is wrong, it gives you a false sense of security. I’ve seen tests that have 100% coverage but not a single assertion!This is where mutation testing helps out. By creating broken ‘mutated’ instances of your codebase (mutants) this should result in failing unit tests. This way we can verify that slight code changes (like real life bugs) actually break your tests.In this talk I’ll explain what mutation testing is and how you can use it. I’ll show and compare some Java frameworks (PIT, Jester, Jumble) that enable (automatic) mutation testing in your project, from local build to continuous integration. After this talk you can and will start using mutation testing!

Author:
Roy van Rijn
Roy van Rijn, a software Craftsman at JPoint (http://www.jpoint.nl). Before starting JPoint, Roy was Java Software Architect at Ordina, working on miscellaneous projects and giving roadshow presentations around the Netherlands. He was also co-author of the book “Software Ontwikkeling in Java EE”. He has regularly given trainings during his career, including Spring, Sofware Architecture, Testing and Agile/Lean courses. Currently he is involved with the HaMIS project by the Port of Rotterdam. A very succesful Scrum project, which hasn’t just changed the development team, but the whole project management structure underneath resulting in a hyper-productive project.
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LSAT Prep by Kyle Pasewark, founder of Advise-In Solutions. Go to http://www.advisein.com

Kyle Pasewark, a Yale Law J.D. and perfect 180 scorer on the LSAT, founded Advise-In Solutions to help law school applicants and students secure their highest LSAT score, and their best law school admissions, law school financial aid and legal employment results. All Advise-In programs—from LSAT preparation to law school admission and law school application advising, law school “boot camp”, employment advising and law firm associate orientation—are custom-designed for each client. All Advise-In clients work directly with Kyle, who has been advising and teaching pre-law students for over a decade. So that each LSAT client receives all the personal attention needed to obtain their best LSAT score, Kyle accepts a limited number of LSAT clients in each exam cycle.

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DM-2 Motor Roars in Successful Test (NASA, ATK, 08/31/10)

A few nice all your testing images I found:

DM-2 Motor Roars in Successful Test (NASA, ATK, 08/31/10)
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Image by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center
Editor’s Note: I also meant to add this link so you can see the motor test that created these great images: www.nasa.gov/multimedia/videogallery/index.html?media_id=…

This image is one of a series that shows the column of fire and smoke from the successful test of the DM-2 motor in Brigham City, Utah. The info below comes from the NASA news release.
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With a loud roar and mighty column of flame, NASA and ATK Aerospace Systems successfully completed a two-minute, full-scale test of the largest and most powerful solid rocket motor designed for flight. The motor is potentially transferable to future heavy-lift launch vehicle designs.

The stationary firing of the first-stage development solid rocket motor, dubbed DM-2, was conducted by ATK, a division of Alliant Techsystems of Brigham City, Utah. DM-2 is the most heavily instrumented solid rocket motor in NASA history, with a total of 53 test objectives measured through more than 760 instruments.

Prior to the static test, the solid rocket motor was cooled to 40 degrees Fahrenheit to verify the performance of new materials and assess motor performance at low temperatures during the full-duration test. Initial test data showed the motor performance met all expectations.

The first-stage solid rocket motor is designed to generate up to 3.6-million pounds of thrust at launch. Information collected from this test, together with data from the first development motor test last year, will be evaluated to better understand the performance and reliability of the design.

Although similar to the solid rocket boosters that help power the space shuttle to orbit, the five-segment development motor includes several upgrades and technology improvements implemented by NASA and ATK engineers. Motor upgrades from a shuttle booster include the addition of a fifth segment, a larger nozzle throat, and upgraded insulation and liner. The motor cases are flight-proven hardware used on shuttle launches for more than three decades. The cases used in this ground test have collectively launched 59 previous missions.

After more testing, the first-stage solid rocket motor will be certified to fly at temperature ranges between 40-90 degrees Fahrenheit. The solid rocket motor was built as an element of NASA’s Constellation Program and is managed by the Ares Projects Office at Marshall. ATK Aerospace Systems is the prime contractor.

Read entire news release:
www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/constellation/ares/10-202.html

Image credit: ATK

p.s. You can see all of the Ares photos in the Ares Group in Flickr at: www.flickr.com/groups/ares/ We’d love to have you as a member!

D810 Test Shot_ISO100_DSC_4375
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Image by idua_japan
Camera : Nikon D810
Lens : 58mm/F1.4G

「View all size」から、3600万画素のオリジナルデータをダウンロードすることができます。

Please check " View all size " that you can download original 36 megapixels.

この写真は、NikonのD750の発売記念イベント「Nikon Digital Live 2014」のモデル撮影コーナーで、デモのカメラで撮影しました。

This photograph was taken with the camera of the demonstration at the model photography corner of the sale commemoration event of D750 of Nikon "Nikon Digital Live 2014."

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He was a friend of mine
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Image by Brian Hathcock
In my college experience, I had the option of taking either Biology or Chemistry. As any sane person would, I chose chemistry. I was expecting math and symbols and beakers—which I received in great quantity—but I got something of a surprise. My teacher was Dr. Perry L. Weston, a goofy man of 78 at the time. Dr. Weston turned out to be one of the best teachers I ever had. He was fun, sharp, and kind. From this man I learned a lot about the universe, chemically and otherwise.

He lived a very interesting life, which he shared every so often during class when students became tired of the elements. Perry had been all over the world, met people of every rank, and had more talent and wisdom than I ever hope to achieve.

I would usually stay after class to speak with Dr. Weston. We would talk about everything: NCAA basketball, love, Africa, his painting and my photography. He once brought a bunch of his work at my request for me to look over. Luckily, one of his original paintings hangs over the mantel of my living room.

The last time I saw Dr. Weston was December of 2005. I bumped into him outside of Stanly Community College. He wished me a merry Christmas. Since then I have always wanted to visit him. "I really need to go speak with him again. Take my camera and get a picture with him."

But life became too busy. I haven’t been to see him.

The day before yesterday, I was searching for his information online because I could not find the paper on which he’d written his address and phone number, and who knows where our phone book is? I was going to call him and ask if he would mind being a reference. I knew the answer would be yes, as he said two years ago that he would be glad to do such a thing if I ever needed it, but I just wanted to speak with him.

Dr. Weston had lots of faith in me. He would always encourage me. No matter how many of his tests I aced, he could sense that I was completely devoid of any confidence. "Brian you’re going to be a great teacher. I know how smart you are. You gotta have more faith." He would say things similar to that.

Anyway, as I browsed my search results, I fell onto this, like a spike into my chest. I read:

Perry Weston, 80, of Concord died December 10, 2006 of complications from an aneurysm. “Doc” was a man who enthusiastically enjoyed his life.

Perry was born and raised in Illinois. He received his undergraduate degree from Purdue University and went on to earn his PhD from the University of Utah. He worked as a metallurgist, chemist and engineer in the steel industry. Midlife, he found a new calling as a college professor teaching students that they could conquer chemistry and math. He loved to sing in the choir and when he sang children would look around to see who was singing so exuberantly. He pursued his painting and drawing, using his analytical eye to capture the essence of the natural world.

Those who knew Perry would describe him as an unforgettable character. He was a smart, wonderful and cantankerous husband, father and grandfather who had a great run, and will be sorely missed.

Perry is survived by his wife, Carol, their children Craig, Karen and Paula and grandchildren Owen, Gus and Sophie, and his sister Shirley.

I wept and sobbed and cried all morning.

I didn’t know him well enough. I should have visited. I wanted to know him better. I want to remember him better. I want to tell his wife what her husband did for me, though I knew him too little.

The next day I wrote an e-mail to Jennie Tomlin, an artist and part of the Cabarrus County Arts Guild. She had known Dr. Weston, had worked with him in a sort of art club for the last twelve years. I told her about my sorrow and regret, and what Perry had meant to me. She returned:

I am so pleased that you shared this message with me, and I will pass it along to his wife, who is also a dear friend of mine. I will give her your email and I am sure she would want to respond to you.

Perry was a wonderful friend and was a student of mine for 12 years. He and his wife shared many happy times and memories together, and I think he was a wonderful painter. I am grateful that I spend several hours with him in the hospital on the Sunday morning before he died that evening. He was such a great and caring person as I am aware that you know. I , several years ago, had the misfortune of tearing some ligaments and muscles loose from the bone in my hip area and was to be flat on my back for about 4 weeks. Perry walked in one day with the oddest looking contraption I had ever seen and it turned out to be an easel that he had rigged and built for me so that I could paint while lying flat in the bed!!! That is true friendship!

Thank you so much for sharing your feelings and thoughts. You have made my day. I am sure that some of Perry will be with you all of your days as he will with mine.

I can’t imagine all the people Dr. Weston touched during his long life. If I could be so affected knowing him for only two years, I can’t guess, either, about his family.

Dr. Weston was my friend. I miss him. I can only wish, wish, wish now that I had went to see him. I’m trying to be grateful that I was able to know him and forget the things I didn’t do.

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Inspiration and motivation have been very absent the past month or more, and I hadn’t touched my camera until yesterday morning. I had to get out and do something that would make me feel better. There was more to it than that, though, I guess. I had thought about Dr. Weston and his perception of life and the world—even now I find inspiration in my memories of him.

The morning offered up some tranquil scenes at Morrow Mountain.

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Tangled up in blue
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Image by Rob de Vries,
Hello out there..

I got tagged, as they call it. On Internet one has an avatar, and mostly not for nothing. Now people started a game asking one to remove the veil as much as one dares. It is like the old game of Play Tag, so, "being it" I must tag some other recluse, who is undoubtedly going to kill me, so I picked someone who could only do so by using a bomb-letter.
Here comes my nineteenth nervousbreakdown, as Mr Jagger once said.

1. I was born in januari 1941, at about 01.30, after six month of marriage of my Christian born parents, weighing remarkably much for a premature. Nothing I could do about it and I did not question my name, Robert, in contrast to the rest of the family, who were trying to figure out who this Robert must have been in the past of my rather Victorian mother. No Faith was mentioned after that, the families’ reaction on the issue had not amused her.
My little sister, who could count, reveiled me the situation afterwards, when I was about 30.
I am maybe a little naive.

2. My first four years I lived happily with my parents, while the outside world was in flames. We lived in Deventer, which had two bridges, an attractive target for the Allies. There were no Smart Bombs then.
We moved to the centre in november 1944; the next day our old house was bombed, killing some collaborators, but not me. Our new house had shelter, I still remember the faces of the people hiding in our big cellar during the raids.
I knew what happened, I am not thát naive.

3. My kindergarten-teacher describes me as an intelligent kid, living in his own phantasyworld, sensitive, very honest, with a veil that could be seldomly lifted, difficult for himself and others, very exstatic at times, with a good sense of humour. I drew and painted a lot and had a keen interest in learning.
I was a little naive too.

4: After the usual quiet years before adolescense I went to secondary school, where, besides learning some languages, I got in touch with chemistry and became an Alchimist.
My father being a medical doctor, I could get almost everything I wanted with his prescription papers. Very fortunate. I had a lot of luck, nearly blowing myself up a couple of times, after which my parents asked me kindly to do other experiments. I did not, I was somewhat naive in those days.
I also met my Partner for Life. It was 1959. And I started with photography, and loved details and composition.

5: I was called into militairy service in 1960. The army and me did not quite match, as I had learned to reason at home and at school. My primary question was "Why?", not always acceptable for my superiors. I was kicked off from officerstraining after three month, under suspicion of sabotage. I was removed to an open prisoncamp for the rest of my service, wich tested my sense of humour somewhat.
But then, I always wàs a bit naive
I also got to be an Anarchist, theoretical, fundamental, not aggressive.
I kept painting and drawing and was interested in explosives. Photography was out of the question.

6: As my teacher found me a bit too impulsive and sloppy to study Chemistry, and my request for the Academy of Art bounced because of a Lacking Future (my father thought), I went to the University of Groningen to study Law, the idea being that that was easy and I could find out what I wanted. It was 1962. I had no ambition at all.
I got into a students-house in a starters-room of about 3x3m, without natural light fortunately, so I made it my Workplace and Darkroom too. My Other Half joined me there a year later. It was quite cosy. Later we moved into better rooms, but the 3×3 stayed as a darkroom.
She was a teacher, and combining students-hours with her job was rather tiring. I also made it a point to wake her up enthousiasticaly in the middle of the night with a new product.
Call me naive. We got married in 1967.

7: I became infatuated with the 60-ies more and more. I also got more interested in people than in black characters on white paper. My final degrees were in Penal Law, Criminology and Forensic Psychiatry.
I tried to continue my studies in criminology or the deeper parts of crime. I DID get to teaching Law and Social science at a secondary school.
Being anarchist by heart, I had my own way with my pupils, and my "dialogues" with my director and other colleges were considered to be a bit provoking, so, in spite of having delivered good grades to my pupil-friends I was removed, for doing my best, for the second time.
I felt naïve for the first time and went hopping mad.

8: Realizing that if I had these troubles in the relatively safe surroundings of an educational institute, I would meet the same people elsewhere, and being quite recalcitrant, I decided to go to the Academy of Art. This upset my Other Half because she had expected something quite different, and she left.
I left, that is, because the little house I had taken over for her from a squatting junk made her cry. Couldn’t have that happen.
The only fight we had dividing the stuff was over a Dylan-record (Subterrenean Homesick Blues) We have it double now.
I understood her perfectly too. Wished her well. Naive ass.

9: So I went to paint and took pictures, even professionally for a time, but my love for experiment and New Ways did not always lead to acceptable images at the times it counted.
I once screwed up a Wedding-job because I found a new developer and film that should work better. But of course it did not. Fortunately the marriage turned sour too, quickly.
I left the Academy in 1978.
I earned my money as a teacher, but every single job blew up for the same reasons as the first one.
Finally, in 1982, I ended up, at an Institute that accepted my ways, as an advisor in Art at primary schools.
My very first class consisted of pupils of 6 years old, whom I presented with a lesson about dots and lines, realizing halfway my introduction, that I looked at a lot of blank faces. I got quite warm.
To my surprise they took to drawing like wild animals, and I was presented, accompanied by a lot of proud grins, with 20 drawings of a very sweaty teacher, droplets all over the place.
That tought me not to be so naive.

10: The divorce went as wrong as the marriage, so we lived apart together for a long time. My Other Half loved travelling to far away places, while I see cutting off a corner in the wood as Adventure.
In the beginning she went on her own, Iran, Pakistan, India, Afghanistan. Later she tricked me into coming with her. I went as far as India, Nepal, Malawi and Tibet. Morocco came last.
I liked it all.
We bought the house I squatted in and started living together again. With a good workplace. It was then I bought a computer.
Can’t escape being naive.

11. The first Gulf War began and I went bonkers when the bombing started. I looked with horror, got bombed myself again.
Difficult times followed: depressions, manic periodes, hallicunations.
Lost my official job but stayed at the Institute as graphic designer, being payed partly by the Ministery of Health, partly by the Institute. In these times I got to Nepal and Tibet. It was difficult but comforting.
The mentality of the Nepalese and Tibetans and the principles of Buddhism were a lot like what I saw in my "Dreams". After 12 years or so, it all got better and better. I learned a hell of a lot during this period. Maybe not so naive anymore.

12: Then some old friend gave me the gift of Flickr. I like it a lot, it challenges me to no end and I am very fond of the comments and discussions. My Alchemists soul rejoyces in photo-editing.
I can feel my work gets better by observing and weighing the work and comments other people make. It inspires me, in short.
So: if you are still awake, thank you for your interest and comments. And your pictures.
If you want my unprotected face: I look remarkably like my buddy-icon (~_*)

横批:后果自负 || No parking
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Image by _Ardu_
A funny couplet which is not representing any best blessing whereas it is only a WARNING: no parking in front the door. Because the ecnomic develops and the government encourages people to buy the cars in order to stimulate domestic demand, more and more cars appear. The side effect has gradually shown up: no parking area. Someone might take every little piece space to park without considering whether the location is allowing parking. It has a rumor Xiamen is going to restrict releasing the license of car. Someone has started panic asking me why I don’t buy a car after passing the driving test and having the driving license. Reason is simple: without buying a car, I only have a concern that is the license, but if I buy a car, I have several concerns: where to parl, money to run the car including gasoline, parking expense, some other regular expense, probably some small accidents… Of course, someone will argue you might extend your circle of live, yes, but now I am fine. Let me be a small frog in the well. Not yet time to jump out.

poor sweet prince
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The Right Time prank pregnancy test was designed to give positive results under any circumstance and is a great gag for you to play on your husband, boyfriend, girlfriend, parents or anyone else that you feel like joking. The tests could be used as a joke at a bridal shower, bachelorette party, or any other shenanigans you may have in mind. Using urine on the test is not necessary because it was manufactured to turn positive using any liquid that is not too acidic.

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Fragrance Test Strips for Perfume and Essential Oils – Pack of 100

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