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Test Your Hearing
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Test-Your-Nerve
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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!

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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.

Find out more about Advise-In’s one-on-one LSAT prep program for your best LSAT score at http://www.advisein.com/lsat-preparation-best-LSAT-score.html, or contact Advise-In Solutions at 212-249-2718 or by e-mail at info@advisein.com
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Don’t Blame Your Crappy Behavior on Personality Tests

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Assistant Editor – Spencer Kombol

While getting started testing often provides noticeable immediate improvement for any developer, it’s often not until the realization that tests are things that need *design* to provide maximal benefit that developers begin to appreciate or even *enjoy* them.

We’ll investigate how building shallow, transparent layers for your tests makes for better failures, clearer tests, and quicker diagnoses.
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The Sacrifice of Abraham
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Today’s 1st reading at Mass:
"God put Abraham to the test. ‘Abraham, Abraham’ he called. ‘Here I am’ he replied. ‘Take your son,’ God said ‘your only child Isaac, whom you love, and go to the land of Moriah. There you shall offer him as a burnt offering, on a mountain I will point out to you.’
Rising early next morning Abraham saddled his ass and took with him two of his servants and his son Isaac. He chopped wood for the burnt offering and started on his journey to the place God had pointed out to him. On the third day Abraham looked up and saw the place in the distance. Then Abraham said to his servants, ‘Stay here with the donkey. The boy and I will go over there; we will worship and come back to you.’
Abraham took the wood for the burnt offering, loaded it on Isaac, and carried in his own hands the fire and the knife. Then the two of them set out together. Isaac spoke to his father Abraham, ‘Father’ he said. ‘Yes, my son’ he replied. ‘Look,’ he said ‘here are the fire and the wood, but where is the lamb for the burnt offering?’ Abraham answered, ‘My son, God himself will provide the lamb for the burnt offering.’ Then the two of them went on together.
When they arrived at the place God had pointed out to him, Abraham built an altar there, and arranged the wood. Then he bound his son Isaac and put him on the altar on top of the wood. Abraham stretched out his hand and seized the knife to kill his son.
But the angel of the Lord called to him from heaven. ‘Abraham, Abraham’ he said. ‘I am here’ he replied. ‘Do not raise your hand against the boy’ the angel said. ‘Do not harm him, for now I know you fear God. You have not refused me your son, your only son.’ Then looking up, Abraham saw a ram caught by its horns in a bush. Abraham took the ram and offered it as a burnt-offering in place of his son. Abraham called this place ‘The Lord Provides’, and hence the saying today: On the mountain the Lord provides.
The angel of the Lord called Abraham a second time from heaven. ‘I swear by my own self – it is the Lord who speaks – because you have done this, because you have not refused me your son, your only son, I will shower blessings on you, I will make your descendants as many as the stars of heaven and the grains of sand on the seashore. Your descendants shall gain possession of the gates of their enemies. All the nations of the earth shall bless themselves by your descendants, as a reward for your obedience.’
Abraham went back to his servants, and together they set out for Beersheba, and he settled in Beersheba."
(Genesis 22:1-19).

My sermon for today can be read here.

Stained glass window from the church of St Jean-Baptiste in New York City.

Fate or Destiny?
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" You are the master of your own destiny. Use your strengths well.
They are the keys to your destiny and your success in life.
Once you know yourself and take action to realize your dreams,
you can unlock the doors to your own potential."
~ Neil Somerville

☆Fate is what happens if you never open the box and solve the puzzle of who you are.☆

★Destiny is what you create if you solve the puzzle and manifest one or more of the possibilities defined by your potential. ★

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a new recipe
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Making your own bread is very rewarding, and I was inspired to bake a new recipe, seeing Eyewanders Foto‘s beautiful creation of buttermilk bread. Thank you for pointing me to the recipe at Restless Chipotle:
www.restlesschipotle.com/buttermilk-bread/

The recipe makes two loaves. I used my two bread machines to knead the dough, omitted the ginger and used all-purpose flour. Now I just need to wait for it to cool down a bit, before slicing and having a taste test!

testing my action camera
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Fotostrasse visits the Porvoo Archipelago. You can read more about it on our blog: fotostrasse.com/porvoo-archipelago/

DWI Arrests, Field Sobriety Tests, And Gathering DWI Evidence

Evidence collection is the essential function of field sobriety tests.

Beginning in the mid-1970’s, the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration, otherwise known as NHTSA, began the process of developing roadside tests to help police determine if a driver was intoxicated. Until NHTSA developed these tests, individual police officers used whatever test was taught to them by their training officer. This means the test were not standardized in any way. NHTSA produced studies claiming that the Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Test, the Walk and Turn, and the One Leg Stand, were the most trustworthy roadside tests in the NHTSA studies. Law enforcement agencies began using these tests as standardized field sobriety tests (FST’s). Moreover, NHTSA set the criteria for failing these tests; with regard to the One Leg Stand and the Walk and Turn, a person need only make two mistakes and they are judge to have failed. Accordingly, there are many sober people who may not pass these tests. I live and work in the St. Louis, Missouri area, so I spoke to a St. Louis DWI lawyer who is experienced in St. Louis DWI defense in an attempt to determine if I should submit to these tests. He believed the tests were designed by NHTSA for failure, and said that in many cases, it is better to refuse these tests.

People facing DWI charges must have an attorney with the knowledge to challenge the tests in court.

Many people believe that they must obey any request made of them by a police officer. As this relates to field sobriety tests, this idea is false. In most states, citizens have a right to refuse these tests. If you are charged with a DWI, and have taken these tests, then you should know that an attorney who is a NHTSA trained field sobriety test administrator and a NHTSA trained field sobriety test instructor can offer a vigorous defense for you. In talking with a St. Louis DWI lawyer who is trained as an administrator and an instructor, I learned there are less than 10 of these attorneys in all of Missouri. When you look for an attorney in your state, look for one that is NHTSA trained to administer and instruct these tests.

Hopefully, this article was an aid for you to achieve a better comprehension of field sobriety tests, their role in a DWI prosecution, and their role for the defense to a DWI charge.

If you would like to know more about well trained St. Louis DWI defense or about a skilled St. Louis DWI lawyer, visit www.brenglelawfirm.com. Attorney Brengle has devoted his entire career to defending people accused with crimes.

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I’ve got my eye on you!
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Testing a home made macro kit on a one dollar bill.

I put together a reverse lens macro kit which consisted of:

Canon 28-90 Zoom Lens (From a film Rebel G EOS)
Canon Body Cap
55mm UV Filter

I cut out the center of the body cap, glued the 55mm Filter onto it, then screwed on the lens.

I’d actually just finished gluing the filter to the bodycap. As soon as it was dry, I looked for the first thing at hand to test it out and pulled a dollar bill out of my pocket.

The bill was not flat it was kinda wavy which is why the eye is in focus but the nose is blurred. At full size, you can see the fibers in the bill.

There is no aperture control, only shutter spped and the DOF is minuscule but the macros are extreme!! More pics to follow.

Thanks to my friend Matt for all the help.

Streaking Through Pegasus
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While out testing my new Nikon D5100 at night I got lucky! There was no meteor shower on, so this was just a random meteor doing it’s thing, right through my field of view!

BTW, the very bright ‘star’ next to the tree is the planet Venus, and you can just make out the Andromeda galaxy as an oval-shaped smudge in the top right corner of the shot.

Tests You Should Try To Discover Your Inner Personality

Ever want to know do a great personality test to test your inner personality? The parts of you which are so ingrained in your subconscious that even you don’t know they’re there? Here are 2 Tests you should try to discover your inner personality.
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Are your tests reliable? 4 types of reliability

In this session, Dr. Manishika Jain explains 4 types of reliability – inter-rater reliability, test-retest reliability, internal consistency and alternate form of reliability. Internal consistency reliability again includes average inter-item correlation, average item-total correlation, cronbach alpha and split half reliability.
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