Came up with this after seeing someone complain about players not giving hard fouls in certain circumstances.
** To the Tune of Walk Hard **
When the score
When they lead
On the road
Their fans may boo and spit and hiss
And all your shots just seem to miss
There’s one thing that you can do
Foul those other guys right outta their shoes!
Well the referees might give you a T
Just say, “That’s alright with me”
Make the opponent earn this game
You’ll go down in the hard foul hall of fame!
The game is over the game is done
Losing just is not much fun
But coach said to me, “Boy you did good
You went on that court and fouled as hard as you could!”
So hopefully by now, you’ve set up your environment, understand how Selenium interacts with ServiceNow forms, wrote your first test (or more), understand some common pitfalls that you may face during testing, have seen how to handle approvals, can impersonate a user, and use double clicks on the page. Today we’ll examine testing CMDB forms.
Sometimes it’s nice to step away from the realm of deck building or resource management and have fun messing with people’s minds. Games with strong bluffing components are a fun change of pace to game nights, especially with larger groups. Today we’ll look at two of my favorite bluffing games: Saboteur and Coup.
We’ve already taken a look at the base game of 7 Wonders and the first expansion, Leaders. Now let’s take a look at the Wonders Pack, which gives us 4 new wonders to add to our set up.
In an earlier post I discussed some basic strategy and reviewed the game 7 Wonders. Today we’ll examine the first expansion for the series, Leaders.
One of my hobbies is playing board games, so I thought I’d start opining on various games I’ve played. May as well start with one of my favorites: 7 Wonders. You can visit the company’s website here.
If you’re like me, your business comes to you with some pretty specific needs a times. Meeting them is important, but you don’t want to clog up your system with a bunch of customized and specific items and notifications that have to be tested and maintained, especially when the differences between each can be so small. So what’s the fix? Surely not dozens of notifications that trigger on an event AND other conditions?