LEGO Ant-Man and the Wasp – I’m not mad, I’m just disappointed.


The LEGO Ant-Man and the Wasp set has been
revealed – the Quantum Realm Explorers, which releases June 1st for 20 bucks. And… just2negative is back… because I don’t think this is a good set. Let me explain. The last Ant-Man set is one of my favorite LEGO Marvel Super Heroes sets. It played with the idea of shrinking and growing with its unique builds, but then when you go to this vehicle… it’s so bland, and just a boring build. But I’m not sure how that plays into the movie and if this is the only scene they could do. And the minifigures are a let down too. Like, they didn’t fix the Ant-Man’s helmet so it still looks off, and Wasp’s helmet uses that cool new helmet
mould which worked for other characters, but here, without her little antenta-esque spikes on
the side, it looks way off. She needed a new piece completely. And the lack of leg printing sucks, too. Ghost is neat, though. I like her reverse face print seen in this
picture. So yeah. Super bummed out about this set, but at least it’s only 20 bucks. These pictures were from the Brother’s Brick. But what do you guys think? Leave your thoughts in the comments below. I’ll see you guys later, peace out, bye.

Salesforce Metadata Deployment using Ant Migration Tool

Salesforce Metadata Deployment using Ant Migration Tool


hello and welcome to my youtube channel
today in this lesson we will learn how to set up and ANT based deployment. So we have different different deployment methods in Salesforce
the most common is using change set, Using Eclipse and the other one is ant
migration tool. When we have a number lesser number of components to deploy
from one org to another then in that case we use change set or and but in
case if we have an huge number of components to be migrated from one org
to another org, In that case we use ANT Before we get started,
you need to have Java installed on your machine Basically ANT is dependent on
Java so before we get started you just install JAVA on your machine so your
JDK version should always be latest and greatest. It should be greater than
1.5 so it would work if you have jdk 1.6 or 1.7 but latest one is 1.8. So you can
have any one of them but it should be greater than 1.6 so let me go ahead and Download ANT first from Apache official site. I will go ahead and go
here if you open up this side here you can select the latest zip file. So I
will download this file when I click on this system will download this zip file
for me . As you can see I have downloaded this zip file here. I will copy this file, let me copy this
and put it here in C folder. okay so I I will extract it here. So once this is
extracted the next thing I need to do is I need to set two variable, one is ”ANT_HOME’ and then the second one is to add the bin folder in my path variable. So let me go ahead to my PC properties. add one system setting environment variable and
I will create a new variable which is ‘ANT_HOME’ This should point
to the parent of bin folder It should look like this okay and next thing is I need to add my bin folder here. I need to add bin folder’s complete path
inside this path value okay. This is done. I have set up my environment variable
here. So now to verify whether I have successfully installed ANT on my system
or not, I will open command prompt. Simply run this command ‘ant -version’. There are
chances that I may run into some error. but that I can definitely resolve. So you
can see it is unable to locate zar To resolve this error you what you need to do is, you need to get the
tool jar file which is there in JDK folder. and place it inside. As I said earlier I was expecting this error, so to resolve this error what I
need to do is I need to go to my program file where I have Java installed. I
need to go to JDK and in JDK I will have one toolst.jar file. I will copy this
file and place its jre e 1.8 Lib. I will place this tool dot jar into this Lib
folder of GRE. continue ………. okay now just close this command prompt and reopen
this CMD and what was the command You can see Apache and version 10.1 compiled on. so we have successfully installed ANT on our machine so next thing is we need to install the force.com migration tool from Salesforce. So
you can log in to any developer or any sandbox or any production org where we
will find this force.com migration tool ok so I have logged into my Salesforce
developer log. So you need to go to the quick find box and type tool. You will
see tools under develop, you open that tool and you will see force.com so what you
need to do is you need to click on this force.com tools in tool kits and then
you can click on force.com migration tool. So it will start downloading. So here
you can download this zip file. As soon as I click on this download zip file, it
will start downloading one. okay I will, I need to wait for system to get this get
this download completed. So download is completed. Now I will go ahead and copy this file. From here and put it inside ANT folder. and I will extract this file It is extracted. So in this file you will
see one jar file ”ant-salesforce.jar’. So this is the jar file which we will be using
inside our Apache bin folder. So I’ll copy this jar file and put this in the lib
folder of the Apache on which we have downloaded from Apache website. This is it. So we are all set, the next thing that we need to do is we need to configure two
files.One is build.properties and the other one is build.XML. let’s get started with these two files. That will be used for deployment
.So before I go ahead and configure my build.XML and build.properties, I will
change my local directory, my current directly from Jecoudhary to
where I have then I have ANT and migration tool stored.
cd .. two times, so now what I need to do is I need to go click
on I want to make my current directory cd ANT, now finally I
can run any kind of command. so the first thing is I need to configure my build.
properties since the build. properties. I can make I can I can define
I can define my username and password my username would be from where I would
from this would be my source org username here it goes password source
org server url it can be login.salesforce.com or test.salesforce.com here I’ll be using developer edition
my personal developer edition so it would be login.salesforce.com
okay and the next thing would be build.XML calm so build.XML would
contains the command to retrieve or deploy my metadata so a first thing I’ll
be doing is I’ll I’ll have one package.XML where I will mention all the
metadata which I want to retrieve from the source org and I will fire so in
this this is sample build.XML I got from the got along with the force.com
migration tool so I’ll be using the same build.XML and in this build.XML I
will be using this command retrieve retrieveunpackegd, correct !!!
so let me go ahead and remove this session Id. I am already providing my password here. so
one thing that you need to take to keep in mind is the password should be original password along with the security token because you are logging into Salesforce
from some third party so that is that is mandatory for when you are loging from outside salesforce. Your password would be original password
along with security token. So if you look at this command target
retrieveunpackaged , I have provided username password this will be referred
from this build.xml. build.properties and server name would be the same and retrieve target so whatever that metadata would be retrieved would be saved. so when I run this command it will also create one directory called
retrieveunpackaged. so the data would be stored in this folder and my
package.XML is stored here. if you can see if I go to go to ANT sample and
this is so the sample file is the file I got from the got along with the force.com migration tool so the over here unpackagedand this
this is my package.XML. right !!!! so I’ll be retrieving all the Apex class and Apex Trigger. so now let me go ahead and run this
command. So my command would be something like ANT looking for build file. I need to copy both the file and I need to put in current folder. so I was trying to run this command to
the retrieve data from source org. Looks like there is some issue. let me go
ahead so there was this path was not set up correctly I just did some changes but
it’s simple it should be so if you go back to run it should be
sample/unmanaged and then back is good excellent so the earlier it was
unmanaged/package.xml. that it !!! And now let me go ahead and run
this command once again so it is doing some operation in the back end so it was
completed successfully now let me go ahead and check what it retrieved.
retrieveunpackaged so it has some classes and also it has one trigger.
fine so this is how we can retrieve our my metadata from source org. So now I will go
ahead and deploy this metadata from locally to some target org. Now what I
want to do is I have my code from source org and I want to deploy that
code from source to target I modified my build.properties little bit.
Earlier it was a sf.username so now I changed from sf to
source and target.so to identify whether this username is from source org or target org. So I put source and target as prefix. In build.XML as well I changed from sf to source and target. In build.xml, it would be either source or target.
So the next thing is I would I have I have a data from source org and that
I want to deploy into target org so I
would run this command ‘test’. What it is that what it will do is I have provided
username password server URL max deploy route so I want to deploy this package Deploy this object into my target
org. Alright !!!!! so here I need to provide build.XML.My package is this one sample let me go and run this command. I run this command ANT test. because in build.xml. target name is test. so if I, now if I go back to my target
org and if I look for custom object myObj is deployed. This is how we can
retrieve or deploy using ANT. so in the next video i will try to cover how
we can delete some metadata from the target org using ANT based deployment. Thank you for watching my video and I will be creating more such videos in the future
thank you very much

The Ants Go Marching


The ants go marching one by one,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching one by one,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching one by one,
The little one stopped to suck his thumb And they all go marching down
to the ground To get out of the rain. The ants go marching two by two,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching two by two,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching two by two,
The little one stopped to tie his shoe And they all go marching down
to the ground To get out of the rain. The ants go marching three by three,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching three by three,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching three by three,
The little one stopped to climb a tree, And they all go marching down
to the ground To get out of the rain. The ants go marching four by four,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching four by four,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching four by four,
The little one stopped to shut the door And they all go marching down
to the ground To get out of the rain. The ants go marching five by five
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching five by five,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching five by five,
The little one stopped to take a dive And they all go marching down
to the ground To get out of the rain.

Black Ants in My Yard – Texas Ant Control – Bulwark Exterminating

Black Ants in My Yard – Texas Ant Control – Bulwark Exterminating


So here in Texas we have the small
Southern Black Ant as you can see here These are called sugar ants because they
show up on your kitchen counter they infest the neighborhoods, they feed
off of the nectar on the flowers, eventually when the flowers are not in
bloom they look for a better sources and move into shadowy areas like around
the foundation or if you can pan in they start penetrating the walls of the
house this particular home has about fifteen
locations on it that they are entering the home. So our goal with Bulwark is to put a barrier around the exterior
of the home, you will eliminate the colonies on the outside so they don’t get a chance
to get inside.

Ant-Man Returns After 5 Years • Endgame 3D 4K • 5.1 Audio


What the hell? Hope? Kid! Hey, kid! What the hell happened here? Oh, my God! Oh, please! Please, please! No, no, no. No. No. Excuse me. Sorry. Oh, Cassie, no. No, no, no. No, no. Please, please, please.
No, Cassie. What? Cassie? Dad? You’re so big!

Mobile ANT


*birds chirping* *acoustic guitar music* the animals see us in our wholeness they
don’t see us with all the labels that society puts on us or we put on
ourselves they don’t see us with blame or shame they just see us in our true
wholeness and in our beauty and as they look at us and they interact with us
they help us start to see ourselves that way I’m Sonya Wingard and I’m the
executive director of Animals as Natural Therapy Mobile Ant really started back about 14
years ago and its inception was really prompted by our director Sonja having
this group of girls in drug and alcohol recovery that we work with at the farm
and she had worked as a nurse when she was younger and then she’d worked in
nursing homes and so she really felt like that was a valuable place to learn
about life and learn about elders and so she decided that she would like to try
bringing these teen girls to the nursing home to start practicing some of the
things that they were learning at the farm I’m Jessie Pemble and I am the Mobile Ant
coordinator for Animals as Natural Therapy. I have actually been connected
to ANT since I was a kid. I came to summer camp here I came to programs here
so it’s really fun to now be back in a position where I can now help other
people access ANT. Jessie: Animals just like people have different
personalities and attitudes and it’s actually really fun to get to know our
animals because each one is different So, this is Ingrid one of our rabbits and
Ingrid is a mini lop. Ingrid is probably one of our most popular Mobile Ant
visitors because she’s so sweet and because she’s so soft and curious.
You’ll usually see her popping her head out of her basket to say hello and she
is the bunny known to give kisses to kind of nibble on people. For our Mobile
Ant crew we have our rabbits and right now we have four rabbits that regularly
visit. Tinker Bell is our famous traveling hen, traveling chicken and we
also bring our miniature horses we have three miniature horses right now Tobi
Persephone and Midnight Mocha. Our van is a Ford Transit cargo van and it holds
three miniature horses and as many bunnies and chickens as we can fit in
cages and two big dogs and two of us driving which, is really amazing to have
a farm rolling down the road basically it’s been such an incredible gift to us it was donated and had a lot of community support to make that happen *soft piano music* We really saw the value in connecting
elders with animals and also connecting elders with children and having an
intergenerational component. Many of the folks who are in nursing homes right now
are the generation that grew up on farms and they have a real connection to
farm animals and for folks who are dealing with dementia and Alzheimer’s
and other sorts of memory loss and things that you’re dealing with these
you get older, having connections to your youth and to your younger self can be
really powerful for people who are away from their own families and away from
their own animals. Just by placing a bunny in a basket on their lap you see
people just light up and kind of come to life. We interact with a lot of folks who
when we get there are pretty withdrawn and maybe not very verbal but as soon as
they get an animal on their lap they want to talk to us they want to tell us
their stories they want to know all about the animal or they want to know
about the kids who are bringing the animal sometimes they’re more excited to
see the kids than they are the animals and that’s okay – that’s part of that
intergenerational piece We have a couple places that we’re going
right now that are regulars and so we see them twice a month and so we’ve
really gotten to start establishing relationships with people. Even though
it’s a memory care facility – they remember us and they ask when are you
bringing the horses or when you bring the bunnies again and it’s just really
delightful to get to bring joy to these people who we don’t really know much
about their – the rest of their day, the rest of their lives there, but we know
that we can make a difference in that hour that we’re there If a resident touches a bunny maybe too
harshly or too roughly they’re gonna get pretty instant feedback from that rabbit
like ‘oh I don’t like that that’s too hard’ and that’s right there a learning
moment that maybe – maybe they won’t treat their caregivers so roughly next time
that they’re upset you know so it starts to translate into the other areas of
their life. As much as these animals give and give and give to the people who come
here they also need love and care and we take just as good care of their mental
and emotional health as we do the people who come here. It’s been so cool to see
the support from our community of all the people who want to participate in
mobile ant to give back to this population that we often kind of shun
out and close out I see this farm is just kind of a sacred
place where people come to discover their possibilities and become their
best selves