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Common Core Testing Groups Won’t Let Some States Go

It’s been almost a year since Indiana and Pennsylvania officially withdrew from national Common Core tests, but testing organization still lists the two states as members on its Web site. 13 more words

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Each of these words is a potential pathway to Truth except two.

These two are real mischief makers.  7 more words


Advice on Focus Groups for App / Web Startups (Part 1)

In March 2014 we run our first focus group to validate an idea we had for a startup. Some weeks before that in my meetup group I met a guy who seemed to know quite a lot about focus groups and who offered to give us an advice if we needed it. 625 more words


Challenges when recruiting testers – number 5

Continuing the series, and number 5 on my hit-list of recruitment challenges is using different fonts and sizes on a CV.

Let me clarify – it is absolutely fine to have a header in one font and the paragraph or bullet points in another, but the issue is where there is a mixture of fonts and sizes within one paragraph or section. 297 more words

Tait Tough Test 12: The Drone Drop Test

We’re taking Tait Tough to new heights.
By Evan Forester, Tait Tough Tester.

Ever since we launched our portable radio from a catapult, I’ve dreamed of taking the Tait portable higher. 299 more words

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What should Michigan's next student assessment look like? State wants your ideas for new test | MLive.com

The department has opened a public comment period for citizens to voice their opinions on the test Michigan will use beginning in spring 2016, according to a statement from the department, and a hearing is scheduled for July 30 from 9 a.m. 77 more words


Network Address Translation

The Network Address Translation (NAT) was developed in order to save some addresses out of depleting pool of IPv4 address. Although it was meant to be a temporary solution, even today it does it’s job so well, people in some countries still ignore the fact that the IANA have already run out available IPv4 addresses. 750 more words