17 Burst results for "Arnon"
"arnon" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Write my tesla donation sometimes it goes from it comes from a manual tester that takes his own initiatives and decides to start writing test automation, and again his thinks how hard can it be. And he starts and in the beginning. He is that it works and is very happy. And they shows it to his manager and manager is may be very happy. But it doesn't hold for very long because it doesn't have the skills to write maintainable stable test and every little every other day that break and takes longer to stabilize them and to fix them than it takes to test tested manually. So. This is the first level, and I've certainly dealt with organizations were in that place where I literally when v two of the product came out we had to throw away all the tests we written and write him again. Are we writing tests the wrong way, probably? It's point is tests shouldn't be that brittle. Yeah. It shouldn't be that real. It depends on how if the Desta written only in technical way, they test technical aspects of the -plication that if this technology changes, for example than this. This should be re re re written, by the way, one this advantage of smaller tests like unit and integration tests. Where system test are less brittle to this kinds of problems though. Of course, the you I took -nology can change too. Right. But so it's not only it's not only that it's also what the test verify. So if the tests verify the behavior of the -plication, let's say in business terms like eh the product to the inventory and sell the product. And if you if you're using this kind of terms than you can. Change the implementation of some metals in the maybe a lot of message, but eight you change only implemetation of some methods in the destination. But the test themselves can remain more or less the same. Now, we're describing tests that are much more about the intent of software rather than the implementation of it. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. By the way, tools, like cucumber inspect flow which fall under the category. People like to call them biddy details. Right. Oh bit. It is more muscle Aji rather than the tools, but this tools guide you to to ride the tests in that's tool men are that describes the business functionality of depletion rather than the technical details. Of course, the tool itself. Cannot force you to do the right thing. Right. So many people use these tools, but the sentence has the right are very. Technical. So y'all so need to use it correctly, Dan. But I appreciate a tool. It sort of helps you fall into the pit of success here rather than you go off on your own and just go the wrong way. We we've we've talked about cucumber inspect flow on the show before. But I think it's literally been years. Yep. I this is brought it up. So I appreciate you mentioning that. But that moving to the next stage of maturity is writing better tests part of that equation. Okay. So let me go through the other levels. So that level is what we talked about before. Which is the QA Centric where the commission is perceived to be a responsibility of the QA team, which is a separate team in the stage. But in this stage, the test automation itself is more mature, there's at least one dedicated automation developer sometimes team of commission developers. But the perception is that the goal is to find bogs. And when the bug is found than they filed a new bug. And if the bug is critical than any other critical bog, it's fixed immediately. But if the bug is not very critical than you file, a bargain, it can be fixed somewhere in in the future whenever the developers will have time two months from now or right or whatever after this this current sprint like if it's a rendering problem on a minor device. You just not going to prioritize it. Yeah. But even it's in the next print. It's it's better. But in some cases, you know, many many companies still work in water scrum way. Scrummed fall. But you release the software to the customer only once every six months, for example, scrummage so so the only the few sprints towards the release..
"arnon" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Enjoy your new music to code by for writing that already have. And they used it when I wrote the wrote the book. Oh, no kidding nice. Wow. That's so Hello to even mentioned it in the colledge meant, I mentioned you and the on the musical by the college, man. Cool. Thank you. So I guess the whole idea of test automation is just to make it invisible. To the developer as invisible as possible is it or are we still requiring developers to write their own tests? I think that developers should participate in writing the tests in sometimes developers. Right. The test themselves, and I think it's excellent. In some other teams are different people that write the test from the people that write the code are different butter organizational patterns regarding the who writes the test automation. I also have the chapter about it on my buco. So which I think we didn't introduce my book formerly now, let's do that. Okay. So I just throw the book called complete guide to test automation published by April, so very comprehensive book five hundred pages. Everything almost everything that I know about sorta commission in fact for everyone who's interested. It has to mention in anyway, which should be anyone in the development team. This includes developers the testers just donation, developers, of course, managers architects name it. The first part of the book is not very technical. It's more, you know, high level, I it focused more on the law, and the why questions rather than the how and the second part of the book is more technical where I show step by step like tutorial for how to go about designing and writing new testing solution. How right the call and outdoor refractory it because I think that these are very important things when you when you rights destination, it's important to write it in a way that is very easy to maintain and is very reliable. I'm glad that you brought up happy which is a framework for testing mobile apps. There are ways to automate that stuff in the cloud and automate things like happy, and do you think it's necessarily use these cloud based testing farms are can we get by with running local tests on mobile devices. Okay. So. It depends. What you what you want to test? And why I think that the first cycle of testing should be more functional tests and most of what I write in the book is about functional tests in order to write and to run functional debts. You don't need to run it on every device. Most functionality is should be identical. And also, you don't have to test everything through the UI you can test most of the things sway PI or through component test or even unit tests. So most of the functionality don't have to be tested on all devices. But after you have your functional tests bus sometimes you want to test that it works correctly on many other devices than you than it's beneficial though. It's important to remember that most iota mation tools up human being. One of them don't actually test that the UI looks good looks right. And is usable. It's not a replacement for usability testing. Right. So you'll have to keep that in mind. But I guess that there are things that can work work good in one device and don't work well on another device in the functional level either. Yeah. Is that what happens going to show up for you is that this is not rendering correctly on this device? No, so appeal which is very much an extension to selenium which behaves more or less the same only that selenium works on the browser and up him works on a mobile on mobile devices. They reflect what's the elements that are shown on the screen, but not their layout..
"arnon" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Ed, you or just Google or Bing web. Gazer Dutch AS you can actually do a real time demo, and I would make sure that it's the lights are on. That's all going to say. I got. Yeah. And got to think wearing glasses must complicate things. Like, it's not a trace trivial thing to to track is indeed. But cool. Yeah, it's very cool. So, you know, real time gays prediction on most major browsers. It does self calibration from clicks and cursor movements basically doing that presuming that you're looking where your mouth is point. Yeah. You're is gonna fall your mouse. Exactly. That makes us coupla is a Java script, you got it that whole I tracking thing was really about. What are the hot spots on your site? We'll seeing your ads now that's a great idea. If you can use it in correlation with your pages to sort of map where people's eyes are going. That's a great idea. Yeah. Our friend Kent all stat has a new companies been working on for a while. Now cloud army, which is specifically about applying Niro science to understanding people's behavior. And he and he uses it for market analysis for doing things like understanding whether people care about a brand or recognized packaging things like that. So in rather than serving directly this is actually studying people's. Savior rounded. It's it's complicated. Maybe we should have him on to talk about how we should. But he's big on the eye gazing thing, you think it's where people look it says a lot about what they're actually thinking. Oh, very good. Talk to him about that. All right. So that's what I got. What do you got grabbed come off the show? Fifteen eighty six from October two thousand eighteen we were talking to Patricia asked about reading other people's code, right? I think absolutely correlates with testing and this great comment, which a few months ago comes from one Arnon Axelrod never heard of him. Never heard me. This is great show is always Patricia gives some great tips and techniques for reading someone else's code. However, there's one key thing that I felt was missing for the conversation when you read someone else's code. There should be a reason and go forward, and that this should be kept in mind focusing your efforts and the overall shape of how you go about reading that code, for example, reading old coat of someone who left the company in order to make small change to is radically different from performing code review to a colleague on a new feature. Hey signs that I totally agree and often claim that myself that writing code is primarily a means for communicating between people sometimes between you and your self at some time in the future. And only then a means to program the computer, otherwise, we would just write our programs ones zeros. Yep. Which which true? Yeah. You know, these languages that we use? They're just giving ourselves different ways to express our intent, which certainly the computer correspond to. But also other people reading the cone. Yeah. The thanks Arnon copies. Dako- buys on its way to you. And if you'd like a copy music, oh by write a comment on the website at Donna Iraq's dot com or on Facebook. We publish every show there twice a week. And if you come in there, and we read in the show, we'll send you a copy music. Oh, by and definitely follow us on Twitter. He's at rich Campbell. I'm at Carl Franklin, send us a tweet because we we look at them. So. Yep. Read a comment from our guest. That's right here. He is on an Axelrod. He's a senior consultant and leads the test automated division at Salem group aren't in started coding in the eighties on a spectrum when he was ten and hasn't stopped ever. Since in the last decade specializes in everything related to test automation. And for him everything in the development life cycle is related to test automation. So this includes unit testing integration tests, new I automate automation, tools, including selenium happy spec. Flow and many more the best practices for developing test automation, TD clean, code factoring. Devops agile methodologies and processes.
"arnon" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Is Carl Franklin, and this is Richard Campbell. And hey, buddy, guess what? I gave up today would did you give up today friend? I'll maybe not today maybe last week, but coughing caffeinated coffee really I have to drink decaf now. Okay. I found it was spiking my blood sugar. Interesting the caffeine could spike your blood sugar. So I don't know if it's just caffeine or if it's the amount of caffeine, or if it was her titular brand of coffee, but all I know is I stopped drinking caffeinated coffee and my blood sugar went down to normal. It was as you know, been type two diabetic for a while. But I don't have the symptoms of type two diabetes anymore. Right, right. I have this continuous glucose monitor that goes in your arm, and has a little device, and it takes a sample of your blood sugar every minute or so and then when you put the. Device in near it. It transfers all the data points to it. So that you can see it in a graph. Right. And I found that normally my blood sugar is well under a hundred eighties nineties, sometimes even seventies and milligrams per deciliter. And then all I fasted for a day. And then the next day. I drank coffee. That's all I did. I just drank some half decaf, maybe four or five cups by the middle of the day was one hundred and fifty eight. It's crazy. So I don't know if the caffeine was perhaps adding stress in that was spiking up. But all I know is that I switch to decaf and everything's fine. So I'm getting old, my friend. Yeah. It's interesting. Because of course, there's arguments that that black hoffy even pulls your blood sugar down to. Yeah. That's I've heard that argument to. Yeah. But you've got data for you. That's all a matter. It's all the matters. Right. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know fasting effects that fasting. If you're just fasting with water and salt your blood sugar should drop. Yes. Yeah. And it did. But then. Yeah. It's just one interesting thing whether fasting, but your body particular state where sugars reveal he's not like your sugars and coffee now. No it though, like what it wears those sugars coming from that your budget goes up, anyway, interesting stuff. Interesting stuff and data. All I've got is my dog turned fourteen. Do you have a party bear hunter man now? Well, I thought I would bring up that testing because we're talking test automation with aren't an Axelrod. But first, let's roll the crazy music for better. No framework. What do you got? This is a very cool project. That's called web gazer.
"arnon" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"A commercial on tv i find myself looking for all of the colors if you know what i mean there's like is there an asian is there a black is there a little tino and i don't consider myself to be liberal or even on the left but i find myself starting to look for things like that and it's a terrible thing i think it is it is it is because the assumption is that there is some kind of profound difference now we all have different history and one of the points that you didn't make yvonne but i will make it uh is that you came here uh fleeing uh one of the great genocides of recent years uh which occurred right next door to vietnam in cambodia and there were over a million and a half vietnamese people who were imprisoned in reeducation camps and i assume that your parents like um most vietnamese refugees to the united states came here leaving almost everything behind with almost nothing to start off again in america ornery encore we had not group arnon kalladi wires the a great country would give us the opportunity to work hard and to earn whatever we we earn and keep whatever we can ari and that's the american spirit that any energy is and and again you and i both its function of refugees uh being born in america for me a you you coming to america from vietnam it's the greatest blessing imaginable would be right back on the michael medved.
"arnon" Discussed on WDRC
"They've got some new magic way around the quick easy shortcuts their arnon people never have then never wilby anyway i wanna change direction slightly here and i wanna i wanna get kudos out to this guy by the name of david died and i'm going to file this under um from time to time even a blind squirrel yes not this is via the nation okay which is a far left wing publication arrow he'll find the of the watchdog on wall street here very often going and giving kudos to a column in the nation because most of this stuff in there is just patently absurd what god this author david guidon he's done something that we've done here on the program and thumb if i can't believe it his nobody dick nobody really dares to do this yes she went after warren buffett that's right he went after the oracle almaa and his in tyre stick and persona which we do as well and this we give a lot of kudos to some of the things that warren buffett has said and the philosophy that he's use again this is coming from the nation for the has obviously taken a look at this was that he this guy is making money this way and it's not fair and look at how his knowing this well let's take a look at it a different way warren buffett is looking at the train he's looking at the terrain and he sees how things are any invests based upon the way things are i so i i front with it warren buffett likes to invest in monopolies.
"arnon" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Again that he rent no uh off my day on the man the on off my daddy by by mingle i blowing up your home i'm so sick and tired of the photoshop show me the midmatch a ruling approval put your brand joey something that you go out going with bombs thinking well right now in one with gouging none this is right you greatly i you add them sweeping abu i'm from eighty eight a well budget basically date i know fabric gaining eight multi copy thank you eight as they might his body as she upbraided h this take great poop under ab gun that did doubt what must house being you let the tom if my pilot is will beat the alcohol they i'm the parlous at the be humble for them campbell said naom arnon panamsat leyla low hullah liam the now i love for now alan arkin but now i let her lapse that now low hullah liam big now mm the breakfast glow less how 105 one got their musical in what money the look back on the man oh my god with the deal would be booed utah third did the day in father did the train tunnel bottle blonde but he playing new york's hip hopping rv power 105 one.
"arnon" Discussed on KOMO
"The jersey oughta go hand in hand against these allies or games areas arnon's that'd be the guy that kids from all over the area tonight after watching cheerful floor sorry for the technical snafu isaiah was wearing a purple sued he thanked all of the purple people more than ninety five hundred in the house in a classy move as we mentioned alatas stars had returned of former players and teammates of his including lorenzo romar the man who was his mentor for those glory years when isaiah thomas led washington to so many sensational victories including that buzzer beater against arizona the two thousand eleven pac 12 tournament down there in las vegas who could remember the shot cold blooded isaiah though are almost moved to tears is to youngsters were out there with him on centre court dedicating the night to the memory of his sister china whose life was taken in an i5 car crash in april all of last year that was during the nba playoffs when isaiah was with the boston celtics of course this year he was traded to the cleveland cavaliers played sparingly because of injury and that a trade two weeks ago as of now a member of the los angeles lakers so if you're keeping score at heck ed pavilion washington men's basketball jersey numbers now retired two and three isaiah thomas brandon roy and of course the other jersey retired belong to the great all american bob who bricks sommes masing washington stanford women's basketball games have been contested hackett it over the years as well including last year's sell out on kelsea plum night but this friday evening you double be a huge underdog against the powerful car dole it is the next to last home game for husky seniors mckenzie we berg and geno moser both or former walk on players who earns scholarships moser shares her thoughts about the end college playing career coming up just leaving an all out there really i mean not by hand dare i mean he kidnapped for mac teratment like we've been there are a lot together and south sabatini as as the rebuffing i know we've talked to several times this year about just the joy of.
"arnon" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"And the things will now i was wrong i was gone pain that's she obamacare said arnon's i crown promise kurbanov berendzen trai mambo who no saturday wear some them the president josefa should yes tbi so who saw james gunn so with you has this there we on curbing greg monroe anyway on the go uh you colony malone nubby long hello zoos and the and local the magazine god saison in the night phenom knob on young sonos nah the aluminium dilemmas boost muff role which you gotta believe fry may join us former happened more yar though that are now what's your service saying goodbye the oh my god woo go on you sure and we saw i just gone and now hong has the thus been living any on the moon roman colony law lagoon was these meghan saison trainor more hughes more variety mm no he just wants to be the beautiful she newly goes see zone thing unnoticed on sinoe getting a knob now on we let you me see.
"arnon" Discussed on The Daily
"A susan thank you it's my pleasure michael was what else you need to know yeah in eight in the morning a little after just a little after it i was getting ready to go surfing with one of my friends and from our venture them i heard sarah say that you have your phone easy either at approximately seven on saturday morning and alert was sent out to cell phones across hawaii ballistic missile threat inbound to hawaii seek immediate shelter this is not a drill are are are are wondering nowhere else or through arye arnon her she was happening and remember human of are um reallife of rio have nowhere to go there is no gringrich shelter seeking shelter uh there's nowhere to go this is an island where we will we got high on an island if a nuclear polaski diving everybody on any will perish oh what do i had to stop ever seen and gather at home my babies and raced on the stairs instinct surely do the phone lines were going to be clocked and i had less than two minutes to go touch with martin turn mm hmm hold them where the message said about them and there we were going down i told my friends at i didn't want radiation poisoning identify grown up our renders israel i wondered if it was worth korea and that on 3's and i accepted it and that's okay it's on trying to make it home in the military.
"arnon" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"Such as sorry i had a rich betsy joke about a joke about her waking up under and he's a package a cashmere sweater but then i was like i don't wanna do it but then i just did it so i hope everyone's happy hope everyone's happy okay here is was contributing to these lowfrequency offenders heavy drinking pressure to have sex believing in the mid that no means yes hang out with other dudes who have hostile attitudes towards women men who are rows by rate porn and narcissism um and repeat offenders are far more nefarious they spend tales of rejection in high school and college as they become more successful they get back at the women who wouldn't have sex with them in the first place as punishment because the power of being able to like flip this dynamic turns them on and they become fucking predators and the and boiling this whole thing down is these guys don't believe they are the problem they don't they see they understand rape they understand what other people do it they do not understand it when they do it so the outlook with w we all know betsy devos is like basically taken the federal government out of any kind of regulatory uh whatever position in campus assault like she's basically like on the wrong side of history so i doubt she's ever heard any of these studies because quite frankly i haven't either rare arnon and unfortunately in order to stop the stuff we have to know these what what's happening and this is just the beginning of it and we'd need to read more we need to know war and we need to make sure that these guys recognized what they're doing because and i know that they're starting to teach consent in elementary school now um which is great we need to get through to the guys who are doing it now and they need to see what they're what they're what they're doing at the harm that they're causing and the fact that they are ap actually the monsters.
"arnon" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"The sounds like it makes sense it it makes sense a seven hundred bucks are ready we're seeing the oneplus t wool hints the little triggers going on and who knows what that might be praised but we're talking about the screen technology than audio i mean teach x which is whether some subsidiaries yeah had to deal with it stereo speakers and just a bunch of other turn of back uh you know back flanking of of franchises coming its port this thing and so we ultimately have to arrive at a question though is gaining a killer app that has been missing from the smartphone market i think this is going to be a really interesting first test case is if razor can start building a core user base to become evangelists really built around that idea of mobile gaming um i i think it's a it's a section of smartphone use which is often overlooked i'm ugly talk about gaming in our reviews and stuff but i think for a lot of people out there you're going to spend seven hundred dollars on a phone gaming is one of those activities that kills phone batteries right you know you don't want to have your phone dead at y'all before dinnertime because you still need your phone as a primary communications device when yogi games eat through battery life a lot more aggressively now i think razor has done exactly the right play in talking about fastcharging technologies and a larger baroness acid normal fooling system that they have arnon angels not an obscene hopefully keep your phone running more efficiently and i can say i can get through a significant amount of of marvel future fight on my maiden made nine because this battery is john morris compared to a lot of other devices in its class especially a lot of other devices at his price point so i i i guess i'm i'll be really curious to see do you think people are gonna are are are going to latch on to this idea do you think will get enough people to latch onto this idea that we can build a found fan base around it because this isn't the same argument that like a one pluses making.
"arnon" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Then he's going to say you know what my bases just not accepting this year and a half to pay we're going to have to do it a further payment or the wall we'd have to do that is the only way i'm gonna get it through or i can't move forward politically might that be the game he's playing here he surely must know if you pull the rug of the wall the wall the wall out from under your base they are going to react what did you ask us we reported this yesterday that we have a story tom ten cradle former congressman said he was at a private dinner with republicans and paul ryan speaker to how says there is not going to be a wall walls not going to happen well he does on they don't wanna wall what if they're big business pows you think all these agricultural they want to wall they want to keep wages low their disturbed that there's a a ugly little positive news on wages they don't like that the idea that wages are going up for the american citizen that's not good c i actually think wages rising for middleclass americans who have been hammered by globalization is the least we could do for them now but we're the order of the middle class voters people i came from wherever they go to get amnesty for violating laws dig at the evidence of state did they get a leg up in admissions in instate tuition they get some kind of of special treatment going into the military donald trump made a point today in a tweet saying we are going to kick these good people out these in there in the military illegal immigrants are are in the military first of all they shouldn't be number one number two it's a very small subset of nine hundred arnon interpreters or it's mostly for people with with certain skills that are unique to them and it's a very small subset of a one percent and it's a very small subset of dhaka people right there are some people who are not american citizens but because they speak farsi or or some type of dialect a in somali language that we need at a particular time go to.
"arnon" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review
"What was his childhood assembly lines slight his childhood family life turns out to be very interesting and important for understanding him later on his parents were peasants his father seems to have been a particularly sweet man a good man i get this not only from gorbachev both from uh others in that area who remembered him and he was luckily to gorbachev he didn't try to dominate him he loved him without ever saying he loved them because russian peasant patriarchs don't engage in that kind of two off a he supported him he encouraged jim whoever represents mother on the other hand was much more strict and stern and it turns out that when the disciplining and that family had to be done she did it and gorbachev told me in an interview that she went so far as to whip him where she was upset with him up until the age of thirteen when he finally grafter arnon told her to stop so that kind of combination of benevolent supportive father and they strict overly strict mother i think hasn't affect the way the father treated him encouraged him to believe that people were good and could be trusted and to aspire to great things himself and the way his mother treated him i don't want to sound like an amateur psychologist because i'm not but i think the way his mother treated him may have created the need for the kind of affirmation that he later thought he deserved as a politician at that he got to get psychological just for second when you talked about his child and his overall introspective is an celso where is he able to talk openly about his childhood about his feelings about his place in the world where when he described his relations with his mother.
"arnon" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The find evil over at hvo are working on producing a new series that will air after game of thrones is done with its stand it is known as confederate it will be a drama and the whole premise of this new series is what america would be like if they can federer it's were able to us to see from the united states listening to the laura ingraham show eight five five forty laura well look this new hvo series it most of you won't see because most of you probably don't have hbo i don't i cancelled my hvo because most of the programming sadly nhp o is gross and i don't want my kids to see it at our for it so there the sopranos arnon on hbo any longer so not all that interested in hb out but these these two men who were show runners for the game of thrones of course wildly successful decided they were going to create this series called the confederate and this was of course going to be the confederate was going to be avery imagination of the outcome of the civil war and there to african american gentleman david benny off and remember the other guys name who did it but david benny off his wanted amazed big liberal drinks big shock there and look all you need to know is that a and i haven't seen it so i'm not gonna talk about the artistic beauty or lack thereof of the series of the writing an added burden of you are knack seven senior but what i will say is all indications are that that this series is just another it's another avenue for the bashing of the south and another way for the entertainment industry to ridicule white southerners hey that's kind of a cool thing to do it's a it's a cool thing to be mocking the south or.
"arnon" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"And homo and early out there really cool thing is you can go into google maps right now or ways and type in the border wall and it will drive you write to the bathroom closet thrown out there that you think she lives in that neighborhood and she's like i can bring my kids and we can right on the mall all now have yet because my hope is you'll be able to walk around it and read all these different stories friends that are that are illegal that live here they're going to put letters that they've wrote back and forth to their family pictures of a grandparents died and it can go back to see them so you'll see it as you know the the human life lives that are affected by this young and i want people to stand on one side of that the mexican side and put their hands on him think while if if this little thing kept me from having a an opportunity or kept my kids from going to school or know if i could cross this one little strip of land and suddenly make income to to to take care have my you know the people i love like what is that fuel like because a lot of people don't they don't get the yeah they don't understand and are you also had some help building the wall by undocumented workers kharaia they're all all illegal workers here in atlanta one out were they worried that they work and asked her to get in trouble for north especially the of press that it's me getting because i never intended on this getting this big before the hour it's even done yes it really put it put them at risk yeah absolute but they were willing because you're and the more amped up a story and more at risk they get the or they realize they were having a voice yeah the more they realize like a this is important okay it's it is worth me being a part of him risking for the hope that people will see is leparoux understand yeah i sort of like some suggest that people understand the wall the structure itself is there yes up but the but the murals are not isis in a mureaux arnon and yet and it's en it's in a.
"arnon" Discussed on The Bugle
"To legal matters generally ready to arrest a judge at he arrests who in turn well i mean that's you've got to admire the imagination he's put into that just about our autonomy and work if you're not a high court judge me can can you just put on a a judge's wake and and wheel that authority inside noam arnon having your as it means quite kind of playground level response isn't it all your estimate now on the resting you and then uttar no jump off the ground assalyah safe i mean the this to me it seems they should the kind of chaos that's the watching world's expects from india justice koehnen who a few weeks ago he described the contempt of court sacked as quotes a cathartic jurisprudence which belong to the dark ages the era of inquisition and torture distinct from the classical roman law which constitutes the foundation of modern jurisprudence ends i mean that's that is i mean i cannot as the carnival language that you want from a high level legal executive precise dandy process in fact it took them six means to understand what he was saying before that could hurt stick because the english language is not ask prevalent in the lower orders the security forces that is as it is among high court judges and however i the point you raise is a very valid point because what differentiates just madness which is a man with wigan a gavel just pronouncing sentences and a mad judge who sets up his own caught in this house there is no one's here and there is nuance for an interesting angle on this is the worst he walls in hiding he retired.