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daily 07/27/2016

      • deploymentvalidationcomponentsservice updatechange setstest levelswhat is an apex test?
    • Explain the benefits of reducing deployment times
    • quick deployment to reduce deployment time to  production.
    • validation
    • test levels and know which test level to use when deploying  components.
    • Salesforce service update  interrupts a deployment.
    • When you deploy customizations with Apex code to production, local Apex tests are run as part of the  deployment.
    • Testing constitutes the largest part of total deployment time
    • Quick deployments
    • Roll out your customizations to production faster by running tests as part of validations  and skipping tests in your deployments
      • don’t test in deployment, test in validation
    • first run a  validation in production
    • The components have been validated successfully for the target environment within the last  four days (96 hours).
    • Apex tests  in the target org have passed.
    • Code coverage requirements are met.
    • The validation process locks the resources that are being  deployed.
    • Apostle Russell M. Nelson said, “Indeed, in some instances, the merciful companion to truth is silence. Some truths are best left unsaid….Any who are tempted to rake through the annals of history, to use truth unrighteously, or to dig up “facts” with the intent to defame or destroy, should hearken to this warning of scripture:” He then quoted from the Romans 1:17-18 ? a threat to the ungodly to beware of the wrath of God. (Russell M. Nelson, “Truth-and More,” Ensign, Jan. 1986, p. 69) The message from current leaders is clear. Pretend that the LDS leaders are infallible, blindly obey and conform. For easy access to these and other statements see Link to content.)
    • It focuses on Rick Grimes, a deputy who is shot in the line of duty and awakens from a coma in the zombie apocalypse that placed Georgia under quarantine. He finds his wife and son, and meets other survivors, gradually taking on the role of leader among a group and later a community.
    • He is rescued by Glenn, who takes him to his small camp of survivors. Among them are Rick’s wife Lori and his son Carl.
    • The farm’s owner, Hershel Greene and his family, are in denial about the walkers’ nature and have been storing deceased loved ones and neighbors in their barn. Rick’s group is asked to leave the farm and stumbles upon an abandoned prison, which they decide to make their home
    • They meet some surviving inmates when they break into the prison’s cafeteria.
    • This inmate, a convicted serial killer, is eventually captured and killed. Other inmates stage a rebellion.
    • A katana-wielding woman named Michonne arrives at the prison seeking refuge and causes tension among some of Rick’s survivors.
    • Rick and Tyreese get into a fight and the community decides to have a council with four co-leaders instead of Rick as sole leader.
    • Rick, Michonne and Glenn observe a helicopter crash in the distance and leave the prison to search for it. They find a small town called Woodbury, where a large, well-armed and organized group of survivors has taken refuge.
    • Woodbury’s leader is a man called the Governor. The Governor captures Rick’s group and interrogates them. He mutilates Rick by cutting off his right hand and rapes and tortures Michonne.
    • Michonne tortures the Governor before she leaves.
    • Rick informs the prison’s residents of what took place in Woodbury and tells them to prepare for battle.
    • The volume ends with the Governor’s arrival with his army and a tank.
    • The RV members arrive to reinforce the prison’s residents.
    • The Governor is killed by one of his own soldiers after she realizes she murdered a woman and baby on his orders. With the prison burning and in shambles, Rick’s band scatters and flees.
    • They run across a friendly man named Aaron who claims he is trustworthy and can escort them to a large, walled-off community of survivors called the Alexandria Safe-Zone.
    • Scavengers arrive and threaten the community. Alexandria wins the battle but alert a massive herd of hundreds of zombies to their presence. Rick takes command of the community.
    • Monroe claims he is a recruiter for a nearby band of 200 or more people called Hilltop Colony.
    • it has a dangerous enemy called The Saviors.
    • Rick and crew confront the Hilltop Colony’s enemy, the Saviors. The Saviors are a brutal gang led by a man named Negan
    • Paul takes Rick to request help from an exotic man named Ezekiel, leader of a community called the Kingdom. The Kingdom is based in Washington, D.C., where one of the Saviors makes an independent offer to help battle Negan.
    • The alliance seizes the opportunity to assassinate Negan, but Negan retreats and declares war.
    • Negan falls for Rick’s ruse. Rick slashes Negan’s throat and demands that war cease. Negan survives the attack as Rick’s prisoner.
    • A new group arrives in Alexandria, and meet the imprisoned Negan.
    • A new threat emerges as living people disguised as walkers attack, calling themselves The Whisperers.
    • Rick declares war on the Whisperers and must use a former enemy as a last resort.
    • I shouldn’t be surprised that it all fell apart so quickly—that tends to happen when you draft an undersized prospect with a known alcohol problem (or known to everyone except Cleveland). And yet… JESUS. Jesus Jesus Jesus. In the past year alone, Manziel was indicted for beating his girlfriend and threatening to kill her. He also showed up drunk to team headquarters, and dry-humped every visible TMZ camera lens. And the Browns themselves were accused of covering for Manziel being shitfaced by pretending he was concussed (I elect to believe he was both).

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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