Coded UI Testing, from an intern's perspective

I’m really not going to focus on making a “production-level” blog post in this. The fact is I don’t usually write so it takes me hours when I write a blog post. I’m just going to drain my mind in this one and hopefully limit it to three paragraphs.

I started polyphasic sleeping over the summer and I’ve tried two schedules so far. Those are Biphasic and dual-core. So far, neither has gone particularly well—the first two weeks were fine to me, but then I started sleeping in, or feeling sleepy when I shouldn’t, so in the midst of trying to diagnose why, I decided to try everyman-2 now. Essentially the schedule is a 6-hour core sleep from 11pm-5am, then a 20 minute nap at 1pm.

This morning was great. I woke up to my alarm at 5am and definitely felt a tad bit tired.. So I walked in circles in my room for a minute, took some deep breaths, stretched then sat down at the computer for some competitive video games. After two rounds of Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (great PC game if you loved Mario Kart) I went for a run. I was feeling particularly energetic this morning so I ran 2.3 miles as opposed to the 1.2 I normally run.

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Vi3

I'm a computer engineering student at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, intern at Windward Studios in Boulder and I love to read on my Kindle. I'm interested in parallel programming and high performance computing--hope to study that in graduate school after graduating. Favorite book series is the Ender's Game series by Orson Scott Card and I watch Star Trek occasionally--also a fan of the Avengers, especially Iron Man.

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