Ek Software Engineer ko kya chahiye hota hai, zindagi me? Ki wo weekend pe apni drink enjoy kr sake. Aur usko sabse jyada darr kis cheez ka rehta hai? Production Bug ka. The worst thing that can happen to him is – Agar weekend pe koi production bug aa jaye. To yeh gaana maine usi ke uper likha hai.
I hope you enjoy it 🙂 Doston me baitha, main gaming kar raha… Agle long weekend ki planning kar raha… Call mujh ko aayi, main jhat se darr gaya… Baithe baithe lag gayi, mujhe pata bhi na chala Null check bhi lagaya Are Null check bhi lagaya, unit testing bhi kiya… Doston sambhalo mera code phat gaya… Pehli hi release me, exception aa gaya! Doston sambhalo, mera code phat gaya… Pehli hi release me, exception aa gaya! Khabar aisi sun ke, mere tote ud gaye.. Plan long weekend ke mitti me mile logs me bhi dekha, debugging bhi kiya… 8 ghante lag gaye, bug repro na hua! UAT pe sahi tha Are UAT pe sahi tha, jane kaise phat gaya… Doston sambhalo mera code phat gaya…
Pehli hi release me, exception aa gaya! Architect bola – Ye galti hai teri Mujh ko to hai lagta farzi degree hai teri Business wale bole – “Are ye kya ho gaya” “Tool ka revenue itna low kyu ho gaya!!” Itne sare email! Itne sare email, mera BP badh gaya… Doston sambhalo mera code phat gaya…
Pehli hi release me, exception aa gaya! 18 ghante ke liye, main desk se na hila… raat bhar khoja 😉 main thak ke gir gaya! DB Admin bola – koi issue nahi mila… 5 minute ke ander, wo offline ho liya Zimmedari ka danda Zimmedari ka danda mere sar pe aa pada Doston sambhalo mera code phat gaya…
Pehli hi release me, exception aa gaya! Bug fixing ki khatir mera weekend chhin gaya… Doston sambhalo mera code phat gaya…
Pehli hi release me, exception aa gaya! Exception aa gaya Exception aa gaya Written & Performed by: Gaurav Madaan
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When you’re on-the-go and feeling hungry,
the idea of tucking into some fast food can be appealing. But at a pop up restaurant in Cardiff – the
food on offer may not be that appealing to everyone. On the menu are cricket chocolate chip cookies,
bug blinis, salt and vinegar crickets, locust and scorpion lollipops among some other delights. Deep fried insects are regularly eaten as
street food in places like Bangkok. Local delicacies include crickets and worms
which come in a range of flavours including, salt, cheese, seaweed and barbecue and cost
around 65 pence each. But for the British tongue – it’s safe to
say they’re an acquired taste.
Cleaning Bug Guts Made EASY. Hey Guys! Brian
here. Here’s a quick tip. As you hit the road this summer in the warmer weather, you are
bound to get pelted with all these bugs on the front of your RV. It’s just a fact of
life. It’s inevitable. They can’t avoid you and you can’t avoid them. But there’s one
thing you can do to help making cleaning up those bugs and all those guts and stuff a
little easier which is something I do each time I head out on a big trip. And that’s
to put a nice healthy coat of wax on all of the front facing areas of your RV that are
going to get hammered with bugs. What I do it get one or two good coats of wax on the
front and the parts that will be facing forward. And buff it out real nice. You’ll not only
end up with a nice shiny front end of your RV, but you’ll also make it a lot easier to
clean up those bugs at the end of the day and keep your RV looking pretty clean throughout
your trip. So I hope that’s helpful. Have a great trip and have a great summer out there
RVing. See you guys later!
Funtastic Hop Hop Creep Creep Crawl Crawl Fly Fly Fly, fly, fly! An insect has two antennae An insect has six legs An insect has a head An insect has a thorax An insect has an abdomen And so do I. An insect has two antennae An insect has six legs An insect has a head An insect has a thorax An insect has an abdomen And so do I Insects, insects Insects everywhere You see them in the park You see them in the grass You see them in the dark You can see them in the air Insects, insects Insects everywhere You hear them buzzing by You hear them hiss or squeak You hear the hum at night You hear them in your sleep Hop Hop Creep Creep Crawl Crawl Fly Fly Insects everywhere! Subscribe to our channel. And remember… Be Funtastic! We love you Bye Bye
Behold a very small and rather cute spider. This is clypeatus. A jumping spider. He doesn’t spin webs. Instead he uses silk as a lifeline, reeling
it out as he hops from place to place. But right now, he’s looking for a mate. The thread of a female spider that he can
trace back to its source. Problem is, she may have other priorities. While he’ll jump on pretty much anything
that moves…She only mates once. She’s picky. So he’s going to make his case… on the
dancefloor. Male jumping spiders perform courtship displays
that would make Bob Fosse proud. Jazz hands, leg-lifts…they even shimmy their
pedipalps. But he needs a soundtrack. So, by beating together the front and back
halves of his body, he creates vibrations that travel through the ground. This is what her ears look like. Tiny membranes stretched across slits in her
legs. To study these jumping spider pulses, researchers
at the University of California Berkeley use a sophisticated laser vibrometer developed
for quality-testing cars and airplanes. It turns those vibrations into something we
can hear. And guess what? It’s a song. The first verse sounds like this. A fast heartbeat. Thump thump thump thump thump thump thump. Then, more thumping. Followed by something new. A “BOOM.” This is verse two. That pattern, over and over again. For verse three he adds a third element. Almost like he’s casting a spell, right? From species to species, and there are thousands
of different jumping spiders, the songs vary. But one thing never changes: Male jumping
spiders sing like their lives depend on it. Because they do. She may mate with him. She might refuse. But she might just eat him instead. When the Berkeley scientists prevented the
males from singing while they danced, the females were three times as likely to hunt
them as prey. So he needs to go big. The closer he gets to her, the more danger
he’s in. The dance and the song get more and more urgent. But even with all that… She’s still calling the shots. Hi, it’s Amy. If female spiders are picky, with males, the
bar is so, so low. He’ll do this courting song and dance with
pretty much anything. In the lab, scientists use frozen specimens
this one. A dead female spider! And he still tries to mate with her. While you’re here, subscribe to Deep Look,
and thanks for watching.
Okay, I’m going to review the Bug-A-Salt.
Its a gun that shoots salt that is supposed to kill bugs. Here’s how you fill it up with
salt. This is its ammo, if you will. To pump it up, slide this lever, and take off the
safety like this. before shooting bugs, I thought I’d get an idea of is power by shooting
a piece of thick card stock. It made a small dent, but otherwise nothing. So next I tried
a regular sheet of paper. Again, it made a dent, but that was all. I tried a piece of
foil. it left a lot of tiny dents. I decided to try again keeping the foil stretched tightly.
This time it penetrated through. Ok, time for some bugs. I tried this little
beetle bug I found. It knocked him several feet away, but overall he seemed fine. I tried
one more time. Again, he seemed annoyed but otherwise unharmed as he goes about his business.
Next I tried this wasp that was trying to build a nest inside my power strip in my garage.
It knocked him for a loop, but he was also unharmed. Next I tried this fly I found in
my kitchen. Wow. It actually worked well. He died almost instantly, as you can see here.
Next I tried a couple of spiders. here’s the first one, and the second one. Neither spider
was hurt by this. So I found this tiny grasshopper. As you guessed, he was not hurt. I tried one
more time, but again, he was not hurt. Al right, so what are my final thoughts on
the bug-a-salt? Well, I think its a great idea! I love the idea of being able to shoot
at bugs without worrying about damaging my property with a projectile. um, in practice,
doesn’t work so well as you can see in the video, um, works well against flies, but I’ve
tried a variety of other insects, no nothing. I tried a bunch of june bugs. I shot one of
them about 20 times. I didn’t get it on video because it was too dark outside. I want to
show you something else that really irritates me about this design, its this safety thing.
Every time you pump it up, you have to disengage the safety. It re-engages it every single
time. And I can’t tell you how many times I went to shoot a bug, and I had it just in
my aim. Pull the trigger, nothing happened. Then I have to take back, pull the stupid
safety back, and by that time, the bug has moved or whatever. Really, really irritating
that the safety resets itself every single time. But anyway, as you can see its not particularly
effective against wasps, I certainly wouldn’t try attacking a wasp nest like this, you’re
just going to wind up getting yourself stung. In fact, that’s another disadvantage I have
to tell you about. There were at least two or three occasions in my video where I was
shooting spiders or wasps. the spiders actually came back, I mean it actually hit the spider
and blew the spider off the wall and back onto me. That’s why the video ends so abruptly
on the spider videos because I had to brush the spider off of me. And when I shot the
wasp in my garage, that wasp came after me. I had to take off running. If I’d had another
camera setup you know about 50 feet away, you’d have seen me hauling butt with this
thing in my hand. Because it was not real pleased about getting knocked four feet away
from where it was but otherwise it was unharmed. So I guess my final review is if you like
shooting flies, this is probably the device for you. If you need to kill any other kind
of bug, don’t waste your money. Send me some comments, tell me what you’d like to see in
the next video. If you happen to live in the Dallas/Ft.Worth area and you want to do a
joint video sometime, let me know that as well and I’ll see you next time.
– I see the cape, come on Mommy! I see the cape. – [Mom] I hear something. I thought I heard something. – Heard something? – Maybe it was a frog. I don’t know. Wait, I think I heard it over here. – Mommy! (dramatic bass) – Whoa!
– I found it! (gentle guitar music) (screams) – I’m gonna try to catch some bugs. – And I don’t like grasshoppers. How ’bout we catch a butterfly? – Uh huh. Butterfly! – Do you see one? – Over there, far. – It’s coming back, this way! – This way. – [Mom] I see some over here. – Me too. – Oh there it is. (squeals) – That was a bee. – That was a grasshopper. – I didn’t know grasshoppers can fly. – [Mom] Oh right there. See it? So close! There’s another one right here. Oh, dang it. – Whoa! – [Mom] Get him. That was close. – Let’s see if we see any more. – Yeah. – It’s over there.
– It’s right there. – Oh let’s go check on
that island over there. – Okay, that’s a good idea. – La la la – Skip, skip. – If we see you, if we’re quiet, then one will come out. Mommy. – What? – There’s a lion key. – What they heck, you found a key? – Yeah. Hey maybe it goes
to our treasure chest. – Really? – Yeah. – Should we go find some? – Yeah, put the key in here. – Okay, key is safe. – Yeah. Now no bugs will get it. – No bugs or people will get the key. What if we came here
looking for butterflies and we actually find treasure instead? – But now we have a
key, maybe we could have a treasure chest. – Yeah. – Let’s go find a treasure chest. – Okay. Could be anywhere. – It could be in here. – What kind of bugs do
you think live in here? – I think maybe grasshoppers. – Grasshoppers? – Oh I think maybe frogs really
live in here, ’cause lookit. – Yeah, let’s not fall
in, that looks gross. – And it looks like gross sand. – Oh look, dragonflies. – This is where dragonflies live. I see the cave, I see
the cape! Come on Mommy! I see the cape. – [Mom] I hear something. I thought I heard something. – Heard something? – Maybe it was a frog, I don’t know. Wait, I think I heard it over here. – Mommy! – Whoa!
– I found it! – [Mom] You think that’s it? – Yeah, key! That’s the key! – Oh my gosh. Oh, it’s really heavy, can you help me? – Yep. (grunts) okay, let’s open it on the, over here. – Let’s take it in the, what is that? – That’s a pirate ship, maybe. – Let’s take it to the pirate ship. – Yeah, and play ‘tend pirate. – Do you need help? That’s really heavy. – I got it. Let’s take it to a picnic table. – I wonder what could be inside? – Yeah. – Okay, set it down. – I want to open it Mom, give me the key. – Okay, let’s get the key. Here’s the key. – Okay, open. – [Mom] Push the key in. It worked! We just opened it! – Lookit, boxes. – I wonder what’s in them. – Let’s open this one first. – Oh yeah, they have
little punch out things. – What the heck? It has little gun shooters, I know it! – What? – But it needs a bomb. – Look at this, what are they? – Little stickers. I think after we open all these, maybe let’s put them into piles. – Put it in the safe? Oh my gosh, look what’s in here. – What? – [Mom] A diamond, a purple one! – Let’s open this. – And there’s a blue one! What else could be? – Let’s break it! Oh I need this. Finally. – A hammer? Why do we need a hammer? – Watch this. – Uh oh. – Oh it doesn’t (laughs) – There’s two more. You got a red, a green, and a yellow. Cool! – You wanna try, Mom? – Yeah. – This one. – Do the red one? Okay, whoa! Holy cow. – I think this is a hammer. – What if we need the hammer
for something in here? – Yeah! – Okay, so we’re done with this box. – I’m gonna hammer this and fix it. Open. Let’s break this. – [Mom] What? Glasses? – This is what we need. Oh, this is what we
really need, for hammer. Mom, take those glasses off. – Whoa, your eyes are like, sparkling. – Can I try? – Yeah. And look– – [Adley] Mommy! – It’s a space rocket guy. – There’s another one. You wanna do this one? – Yep, let’s do the next one. – Let’s open this. This one, – Yep, pull the two. Whoa, okay now it says do the three. Oh my gosh. – Open your glasses up, hurry. – Holy cow. I think we need to build it. – Oh there’s another – Another key? – We gotta find what the key belongs to after we build this guy, okay? – Okay, good idea. Okay, where does the arm go? – Okay, here. – Here’s the other arm. Now what do you need? – Now legs.
– Legs? – I’ll put the legs on by myself. – [Mom] Okay. – Now he’ll be super rocket, here you go, it’s so nice. Let’s up this up, I forgot. – Okay, what did we forget? – We forgot the key, remember we’re gonna find the key works. – Yeah, where do you think that key goes? – Gotta find. – Do you see another one? – Treasure? You see another treasure? – Okay, what if it’s inside? Do you see anything in here? – [Adley] No, – What? Right there! Do you think that key fits? – [Adley] Yeah, it does, it does, it does! (gasps) – I got it. What? Confetti! What else is in there? Money! Treasure! This is a brick of silver. We could use this for our pirate treasure. – It’s just a little, it’s like a fridge. – It does look like a fridge. – [Adley] Okay, the dreck packs are her, his works and he flies. – Hey do you wanna fly with me? – Yeah, let me put this over here. – [Mom] Let’s turn our jet packs on! – I don’t have a jet pack. – [Mom] I’ll hold you. – Aw, thank you. – [Mom] Three, two, one
– [Adley] Two, one (whoosh) thanks for watching, bye! (upbeat music)
(door clicks) – We finally made it to the lake house! – Yeah, it was such a long trip. – Let’s go check out that view. We’re really high up. – This is a nice view. – I wanna go explore. – I’m gonna take a rest
for a little bit first. – Come on, let’s go explore. – Maybe later. – Come on, Cole. – Have fun exploring, I’m
gonna stay right here. – Whatever. Hey, Dad, I wanna go explore. – Alright, buddy, have fun,
just be careful out there. – Okay. Bye. (peaceful guitar music) – Let’s do this! (peaceful guitar music) Cool. I bet I could climb this. This is awesome! (centipede clicks) What was that? (centipede hisses) Oh well. Whoa, that’s huge pipe. Oh my god. Hello, hello? Hey, what’s that! It can’t be. Gold, there’s gold in this river? We’re gonna be rich! I have to go get Cole! Cole, Cole, Cole…! Cole, Cole, Cole, where are you Cole? Cole, Cole, Cole…look what I found! – Is that gold? – Yeah, there’s gold in that river. – We’re gonna be rich! – I know, let’s go find some more! – Let’s get our gear. – Let’s go, someone else
is gonna find the gold. – I’m just getting our gear ready. – We won’t need that, let’s just go! – There’s animals in the mountains. – I’m a tough mountain man,
I don’t need any weapons. – Are you sure? – I got weapons right here. – Mm. – I got water, let’s go. – I don’t know about this. – I heard something out there,
but I think we’ll be alright. – What you mean by that? – I may have heard something in the bushes by down by the small river. – What do you mean something? – Don’t worry about the little river. We’re gonna go to the big
river, where the big gold is. – Big gold? – Yeah, there’s big chunks
of gold in that big river. – I think we should
bring weapons, but okay. – Let’s go! This is where I found
the first gold nugget, in this little river. – Where’s the big river? – We need to follow this
little river to the big river. – Okay, but we should’ve brought weapons. – This way. We’re gonna be so rich
when we find all that gold. (centipede hissing) Well, we found the river. – Where’s the gold? – Let’s check over there. (animal caws) – What was that? – Probably nothing. – I’m gonna go check it out. – Whatever. (centipede hisses) Wait, no way! Gold! Look at the size of this one! (animal caws) (Cole gasps and screams) Cole! (Cole screams) – Cole, cole, ahh! Not my gold! – We gotta get out of here
there’s something in the bushes. – What about my gold? – Forget it, let’s go get your backpack. – I’m coming back for the gold. I can’t believe you made me
leave the gold in that river. – I saved your life, there
was something in the bushes. – Well, you know what,
I’m gonna go get my gold. (centipede hisses) – You’re gonna be sorry. – Not today I won’t. – Well, good luck. – You’re not coming? – No, there’s something big out there. – Ugh! – Watch out for Big Foot. – I’m not scared of Big Foot. I’m not scared of anything, I’m tough! (Ethan screams) (gun bangs) – Why are you screaming? – There’s a fat, huge,
like snake bug over there. – What? – Go get your weapon, he’s right there! (Cole screams) – Where’d it go? – I’m not sure, but I think
it’s in the kitchen, let’s go. (Mom screams) What is it? – There’s a giant centipede
over by that bed, good luck! (centipede hisses) – There! (guns bang) Where’d it go? (dramatic music) Where is it? – There! (centipede hisses) Get it! (guns bang) It’s going into the living room. – Don’t let it get away! Where’d it go? Look on the back porch, the door’s open. – Go. (centipede hisses) Do you see it? (centipede hisses) Ugh! Whoa! It just jumped over the edge. – It’s gone. – Good, now I can go get my gold. Now I’m gonna go get my
gold, with or without you. – Without me. – Fine, be that way. I told everyone I’d get my gold back. I wonder what Cole was so
scared about in these woods. (animal barks) Huh? (bear roars) (Ethan screams) – Hi guys, today’s comment of the week comes from Brian Payne. Hey guys, your videos rock,
I think a creepy clown video. How old are you, it’s hard to tell. I’m eight. – And I’m five. – And we’ve seen a lot of other YouTubers doing creepy clowns. Do you think we should do it? Let us know in the comments. – Give us a thumbs up. – Check out our Facebook page. – And our Instagram page. – Click on our faces to subscribe and look outside, a big fat crow. Oh well, he’s gone, I heard him though. Okay, bye guys, thanks for watching.
If you don’t want to by the Buzz Off pretreated
clothing, you can actually buy permethrin at your local outfitting store, including
Bill Jackson’s. You can treat this, your clothing that you all ready have at home. It?s very
easy to treat. Basically it comes in a couple of different formats. It comes in a soak in,
which you actually soak your clothes in. You hang them up to dry. Once they dry, your clothes
are treated. It also comes in a spray format. It comes in the tick formula and also the
permethrin formula. All though, these formulas are both the same. The tick formula was the
original that was developed by the chemist. And I forget his name, but he developed this
for ticks. It also applies to mosquitoes. A tip that you can take from this, that you
do not see on the label, is once the clothing is dry, you can actually do it, iron the clothes.
And the permetherin will bond to the fibers a little bit better. When you treat it yourself,
you get about six to eight washings. As opposed to the twenty six washings you get from the
factory. But it?s much less expensive to do it yourself. So this is basically bullet proof
protection for your clothes. And it will insure that you do not get bit.