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What Would Michal Handzus Do?

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013 by The Director

This is Michal Handzus:

Michal Handzus, Truncated

Michal Handzus is a center in the NHL, and regardless of wherever else he has played in with what other teams he has hoisted the Stanley Cup, he will always be a St. Louis Blues hockey player to me and there’s nothing more attractive to me than a woman wearing #26 in the Blue Note. But that’s neither here nor there.

The image you see above is a corrupt, truncated jpg.

You see it correctly because some photo editors and some Web browsers are forgiving of that problematic jpg.

If you’re testing any sort of image processing in your application, you have to wonder, “What would Handzus do?”

Or, you’re not a hockey fan, you can find another truncated jpg image here.

Popular Vacation Destinations for Testers

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012 by The Director

You know what is a damn cheap trick? Entering an invalid value in a Zip Code field, especially if your system is trying to validate it.

Here are three Zip codes that do not exist for your testing pleasure:


You’re welcome. Your developers will definitely not thank you.

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