9 Tips on Software Testing

Nowhere is the saying “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” more true than in the area of software. Perhaps because software is not a tangible product, each beholder is likely to have a different eye for what constitutes a quality system. This can prove to be a challenge for projects that deliver software systems, however there are some measures that the project manager can take to improve the chances of delivering a working system to the organization that everyone can agree measures up to the organization’s need for quality. This is not intended to be a comprehensive article on the art of software testing, or a “how to” on the subject. The business of testing software is best left to the professionals in your Quality Assurance group. However there are some tips that I can offer the project manager that, when combined with the QA group’s expertise, will

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Photography White Balance – A Beginner’s Guide

Have you ever noticed how sometimes you’ve taken a shot and there’s a weird color coming out in it? A yellow, blue, perhaps orange look to the photo? We all have and when we first start out in our photographic journey it can be a bit of a struggle to understand why this is happening. Enter ‘White Balance’! Different light sources will add a different color cast to your images even though to the naked eye they appear ‘normal’. Fluorescent lighting is actually blue in color, tungsten bulbs add yellow. The naked eye and the brain behind it are smart enough to discern these differences and therefore to us a white paper is a white paper… is a white paper! The ‘brain’ in your camera is not quite that smart and won’t normalize the range of color temperatures that we can. The White Balance settings in your camera are here

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Build Family Connection Through This Family Craft Project

When's the last time you sat down as a family and got your fingers sticky together ?! If your family goes to a regular religious service, you already have a lot of ceremony and ritual built into your life. These practices not only connect your kids to a greater power, they make them feel more connected to you. As you sit in physical portfolio focused on a common uniting experience, your energies and body rhythms line up and match. Have a Deliberate Plan for Connection Families without the external structure of coming together have to be more purposeful about creating these experiences that will nourish your children's sense of being woven into a part of the larger whole that is your family. Of course, playing a game or cooking a meal together as a family are wonderful ways to bond, but some children need something more concrete or visual. That's

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City Tourist Information To York

York was once the capital of the country, and boasts a breathtaking history and wealth of restored medieval buildings and streets. The city gave its name to the county in which it resides, and is home to 13,000 people. But York is much more than a beautiful, ancient city, and is home to a vibrant cafe culture and array of fine dining restaurants. The shopping facilities are plentiful, and there are more independent retailers represented here than in any other modern city in the country. The city even boasts a busy nightlife, with a wide selection of pubs, clubs and live music venues. York’s creative spaces and venues are another good reason to visit, and the art installations housed in St Mary’s Church are a unique tourist attraction in themselves. With dozens of museums, sporting venues and restaurants, hundreds of shops, and quality hotels and B’n’Bs on every street, York

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