Monthly Archives: May 2013

Autistic Software Testing developing and jobs wins

It’s been good lately. On Wednesday, I attended the SIGiST (Special Interest Group in Software Testing) at The Campus in 57 Sloane Street, Bryanston. The topic was ISTQB Qualification and it was presented by Corne Krige and Mike Snyman. At … Continue reading

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Some good news about vaccinations

My cold has mostly gone, so I went and had a flu shot. I’m based in Randburg, so I had to use the pharmacy in Cresta shopping Centre. Discovery, my medical aid, pays for it. My copay was less than … Continue reading

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The measles situation in Wales, autism in the nonvaxxed, and flu jabs

The measles outbreak in Wales has now topped 1000 cases. So far, 85 people have been hospitalised. Given the numbers, this total will probably increase. What is worse, epidemologists think the outbreak hasn’t yet peaked. Most of the affected are … Continue reading

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On genetics, autism and related things

This post may be a little disorganised. I have a number of related things on my mind about this. Normally, I don’t go onto antivaxx websites. I have enough problems with my temper as is. However, a post by Orac … Continue reading

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