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Ravi Nathvani 10h
Incremental a key to catch the . are the front runner, have improved in last 15 days have shown no improvement despite increase in no. of new cases
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Software Sustainability Whisperer Jun 28
1. Programmer produces code he believes is bug-free. 2. Product is tested. 20 bugs are found. 3. ... source:
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Sinvole 7m
CORRECTED-Gilead begins testing inhalable form of remdesivir for COVID-19 Click link to read more
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Mueller, She Wrote Podcast Jul 4
Damn. The should have never tested ’s wife, Kimberly Guilfoyle, for COVID. If they hasn’t tested her, she wouldn’t have it!
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BremainInSpain #FBPE Jun 29
, Has Covid Testing Gone Wrong? A must watch, shocking expose Reporter Richard Bilton investigates the rapid expansion of our -19 capacity and asks whether we have got the world-beating service the prime minister promised.
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Subhashree Ray Jun 30
Why is incremental to control ? We can understand by seeing downward curve in test positive rate(%). Good news for the capital. If must go down further.
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Freedom4Horses Jun 29
Outer Banks wild horses get mass DNA testing to uncover true lineage of Corolla herd
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Viktor Kirilov Jun 28
I finally released doctest version 2.4.0 - with JUnit reporting support - the most requested feature for the past 3 years !!! Also doctest now has 3% market share and Jetbrains recently released CLion with doctest support 🔥🔥🔥
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Testing Curator Jun 29
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EVERALD COMPTON Jun 27
When people who are in Covid19 refuse there can be only one response. They stay there until they are tested even if that lasts forever. There is only one description that defines them. Irresponsible, Stupid, Selfish.
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billgil.component.js Jun 28
I really need to up my testing game... but a day wasted programming is never a wasted day
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enlightenHR Jun 30
What must I consider about data protection law when testing staff members for COVID-19 on their return to work?
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Ryan Haris Jun 29
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John Wick’s Pound Puppy 18m
Article entitled “Coronavirus Is Going To Go Permanent in America” Chart shows the US rates at much higher than any other nation. The US has no national testing policy or long term plan for the virus.
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Mock Service Worker Jun 28
We are happy to update the "Getting started" tutorial to reflect on the best setup to reuse the same mock definition for testing and development!
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(((Howard Forman))) Jun 27
Good news (we need it!) out of NYS/NYC. Record low rate for Queens. Record Saturday testing. Positive rate down below 1% again.
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Johan Jonasson Jun 29
Agree. Automation is a tool. It can be used with great value on a subset of the problem. Figuring out how what that subset looks like is a skill that requires knowledge of the entire testing problem and what makes for good testing (i.e. provides valuable information).
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Glasgow Girl 📚💞 Jul 7
Well, you can stick that up your arse 😉😉😉
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ElectronicsNotes Jun 29
How to repair electronics equipment using simple test equipment like a digital (or analogue) multimeter.
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Saurabh Gupta(Micky) Jul 7
No more prescriptions required for in . Anyone can go to a lab and get tested. Onus is on labs to deliver results on time (24 hours) and provide data to BMC to ensure there is no backlog of cases. “Most liberal testing policy,” says Commissioner
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