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Saved by uncleflo on January 6th, 2019.
So, you just bought a shiny, new, and maybe expensive, lens for your camera, and being the savvy consumer, you did your homework. You pored over customer reviews on the B&H Photo website, read online reviews splattered all over the Internet, grabbed a copy of every photo magazine that reviewed the lens, bookmarked dozens of websites, and now have the lens’s MTF curve charts burned into your retinas. Now, your lens is here and it is time to go out shooting. Honestly, not a problem. Your lens should be as good as it can be and, as photographers, we want to take photos. So, stop reading and go out and make some photographs! Still here? OK, let me tell you why you might want to test that lens yourself. The main reason is that even with today's precision computer-controlled manufacturing techniques, there are variations in each and every lens that rolls off an assembly line. This means that some examples will be better than others. Some lenses will be outstanding and others will make you wonder if all of those glowing reviews you read online were completely bogus.
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Saved by uncleflo on October 23rd, 2018.
ANSYS provides free student software products perfect for work done outside the classroom, such as homework, capstone projects, student competitions and more. Our renewable products can be downloaded by students across the globe. ANSYS Student products can be installed on any supported MS Windows 64-bit machine. Learn more about Discovery Live Student, ANSYS AIM Student and ANSYS Student so you can download them today.
Saved by uncleflo on July 19th, 2016.
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Saved by uncleflo on February 8th, 2015.
The Koans walk you along the path to enlightenment in order to learn Ruby. The goal is to learn the Ruby language, syntax, structure, and some common functions and libraries. We also teach you culture. Testing is not just something we pay lip service to, but something we live. It is essential in your quest to learn and do great things in the language.
Saved by uncleflo on February 8th, 2015.
Ruby is a programming language from Japan (available at ruby-lang.org) which is revolutionizing the web. The beauty of Ruby is found in its balance between simplicity and power. Try out Ruby code in the prompt on the right. In addition to Ruby's built-in methods, the following commands.
Saved by uncleflo on January 20th, 2015.
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Saved by uncleflo on August 9th, 2014.
Depending on when was the last time a file system was checked, the system runs the fsck during boot time to check whether the filesystem is in consistent state. System administrator could also run it manually when there is a problem with the filesystems. Make sure to execute the fsck on an unmounted file systems to avoid any data corruption issues. This article explains 10 practical examples on how to execute fsck command to troubleshoot and fix any filesystem errors.
Saved by uncleflo on May 16th, 2013.
This generic SOAP client allows you to access web services using a web browser. It performs dynamic bindings and executes methods at remote web services. Executing a SOAP service is a two-step process: Enter the Web Service Description Language (WSDL) file, and click the retrieve button. Our SOAP Server will build HTML forms dynamically based on the description file. Enter parameters in the HTML form and click the Execute button. This triggers the execution of the remote method. A SOAP client object will be created, which performs parameter binding, message construction/delivery, and finally response decoding. The result is then sent to your browser as a HTTP message.
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