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Alan Dayley
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Connected to the Chevrolet charger in front of the General Motors World Headquarters yesterday.

UPDATE: This is not my Tesla. I don't own or rent a Tesla. Wish I did!
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I had a late breakfast this morning. Chef David's Breakfast Sandwich is so good!
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You don't have these in your fridge.
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The Constitution Fair is always good, patriotic fun!
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In 1986 I paid $2,700 for my first personal computer. Adjusted for inflation that is $5,964 today. Wow!

A few months ago I paid about $2,400 for my current personal computer, a 13" MacBook Pro. Both were not the top of the line for their time but they were not slouches either.

Zenith Z-181
640K RAM (I paid extra to max out the RAM)
Two 3.5" floppy disk drives storing 1.44MB each
640x480 LCD display, four shades of grey (blue-ish, really)
8MHz processor, about 375 times slower than my MacBook
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That's downtown Atlanta in the haze below. Taken shortly after takeoff on my way home last night.
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This whirlpool interactive display at the Arizona Science Center was more fun than I thought. Throw the balls in and watch them swirl to doom!
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Two historic buildings I walked by in Saratoga, CA.

I like to encounter such things. Makes me think.

People of the past, lived and did. Their lives different, but like ours. And so some of us look here, seeing their mark, that little part of their life still here, some of us preserve the mark. Maybe to remember the people who made the mark. Maybe to represent the forgotten peers of the mark makers. Maybe, also, to hope we will be a mark maker. Or one of our peers will be. To be remembered someday.
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What questions do tests answer?

Knowing what questions they answer helps understand how to apply different kinds of testing.

Unit tests: Have I built the thing as expected?
Automated functional tests: Have I built the thing right?
Integration tests: Have we built the the thing right?
Manual tests: Have we built a robust thing?
User acceptance tests: Have we built the needed thing?

What are your expectations and use of tests?
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