AJ Fosik's 3D wood creations are enough to give you a woody. The Michigan native sometimes taps into tribal and American folk art for inspiration for his pieces, which serves as an unofficial homage to traditional historical aesthetics. Using both handmade and digital techniques to achieve his final products, Fosik carves vibrantly colored animals with super sharp teeth giving them a depth that feels almost as if they are true-to-form, organic creatures.
Following increasing competition, most recently from SmugMug's nifty Camera Awesome app, everyone's favorite iPhone camera replacement app Camera+ is rolling out a major update today. There are a ton of new features in version 3.0 of the app, including speed improvements, multiple photo import, better sharing options, and more, but the biggest change isn't really a consumer-facing feature at all - it's an…
Now, this is some creative problem solving. Love it!
In a past post, Divide and Concur, we told you how we approached dividing our large test suite into smaller test suites by keeping similar tests together rather than arbitrarily dividing.
Dividing tests by common points of error made triaging failures systemic failures quick, and enticed everyone to write faster, more deterministic tests, but not all was perfect. Our Jenkins dashboard was quite verbose.