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Bugging Out

Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic ‘13

While visiting the Dominican Republic, my friends and I decided to rent buggies outside of Puerto Plata. Luckily, I had travelled with a bandana and wore it across my face to block out the gnarly amount of mud and bugs flying about. 317 more words


1/18: TIL

If you haven’t already noticed, I’m doing a daily “Today, I Learned” or “TIL” post. It’s a goal I made toward the end of last year to make sure I pay attention to what I’m learning. 160 more words


Campfire Cooking Tips

Learning the basics of campfire cooking is crucial to living and recreating in the outdoors. Once you know the basics, you can expand your horizon and make some really good food over a fire. 218 more words


Will The Internet Listen To Your Conversations?

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Like a lot of teenagers, Aanya Nigam reflexively shares her whereabouts, activities and thoughts on Twitter, Instagram and other social networks without a qualm. 903 more words


Say No to “Bugging”

In one of his classical pieces “The Art of bugging: or Where Do Bugs come from”, Jerry Weinberg suggests that if debugging is the process of removing bugs then bugging should be the process of putting those bugs in. 480 more words

Agile Testing

A Very Pleasant Day

Had a day out with Bob to day, it started off a little damp but the sun did come out which was nice, but yet again the wind showed it’s ugly head, most of the fish came to nymphs even with all the insect life that was buzzing around, we only saw a handful of rises all day, Bob caught on Trio and Czech nymphing the one real nice thing was all the fish were trout and no out of season grayling, I think Bob had around 12-14 brown trout in total to around the pound mark.

Andrew Cartwright